Journalism / Mass Communication

The Journalism / Mass Communication Field of Study is designed to apply to the bachelor's degree of Journalism / Mass Communication.

This field of study may also be applied to the Bachelor of Arts or other baccalaureate-level journalism / mass communication degrees as deemed appropriate by the awarding institution.

Fields of study are valid only when no course substitutions are made.

You should consult an academic advisor regarding transfer to a specific college or university.

Community and technical colleges can use this field of study curriculum as a guide for community and technical colleges in structuring a transfer curriculum in journalism / mass communication.

Core Curriculum Courses

Historical/Theoretical/Analytical Communication

  • COMM 1307 Introduction to Mass Communication
  • COMM 2311 Reporting I
  • COMM 1335 Survey of Radio and Television

    Semester Credit Hours: 6-9

Writing/Performance/Production Communication

  • COMM 2305 Editing and Layout
  • COMM 2311 Reporting I
  • COMM 2315 Reporting II
  • COMM 1316 News Photography
  • COMM 2332 Radio and Television News
  • COMM 2339 Writing for Radio, Television and Film

    Semester Credit Hours: 3-9

Elective Credit Courses

Semester Credit Hours: 1

Total Semester Hours: 64



Eddye Gallagher, Director TCC Student Publications, Assistant Professor of Journalism



Updated July 24, 2014


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