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Mass Communication/Media Studies

Mass Communication/Media Studies
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Leading Mass Communication/Media Studies Schools
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School   (degrees awarded)
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill   (363 Bachelors degrees)
Washington State University   (352 Bachelors degrees)
University of North Florida   (293 Bachelors degrees)
University of Utah   (285 Bachelors degrees)
Middle Tennessee State University   (265 Bachelors degrees)
Florida International University   (255 Bachelors degrees)
University of South Florida-Main Campus   (250 Bachelors degrees)
Virginia Commonwealth University   (234 Bachelors degrees)
Towson University   (233 Bachelors degrees)
Louisiana State University   (224 Bachelors degrees)
The New School   (202 Masters degrees)
University of California-Berkeley   (194 Bachelors degrees)
Florida Gulf Coast University   (183 Bachelors degrees)
The University of West Florida   (178 Bachelors degrees)
CUNY Hunter College   (164 Bachelors degrees)
Virginia Commonwealth University   (125 Masters degrees)
Saint Cloud State University   (125 Bachelors degrees)
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee   (124 Bachelors degrees)
Sam Houston State University   (113 Bachelors degrees)
CUNY Queens College   (103 Bachelors degrees)
Virginia State University   (103 Bachelors degrees)
American University   (98 Bachelors degrees)
Minnesota State University-Mankato   (94 Bachelors degrees)
Iona College   (92 Bachelors degrees)
Austin Peay State University   (89 Bachelors degrees)
Minnesota State University Moorhead   (86 Bachelors degrees)
Pace University-New York   (82 Bachelors degrees)
University of North Carolina at Greensboro   (77 Bachelors degrees)
American University   (75 Masters degrees)
Winona State University   (75 Bachelors degrees)
Mass Communication/Media Studies Description

A program that focuses on the analysis and criticism of media institutions and media texts, how people experience and understand media content, and the roles of media in producing and transforming culture. Includes instruction in communications regulation, law, and policy; media history; media aesthetics, interpretation, and criticism; the social and cultural effects of mass media; cultural studies; the economics of media industries; visual and media literacy; and the psychology and behavioral aspects of media messages, interpretation, and utilization.

   
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