With immediate access to innovative courses, dedicated faculty who successfully combine industry skills and academic credentials, and unique experiential learning opportunities that give students the advantage of applying their knowledge in professional environments
while completing their degree.
With one of the largest programs on Southeast's campus and one of 119 journalism and
mass communication programs accredited by the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications (ACEJMC).
With the selection of one of four curriculum options to specialize in:
Southeast's Department of Mass Media: Your Story Starts Here...
Southeast Missouri State University senior Heather Leslie of Bartlett, Tennessee, is taking the fall semester off to continue traveling across the nation, working on the Discovery Channel’s “Street Outlaws: Memphis” and “Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings.” Leslie, a double major in mass communication, TV and film option, and theatre, works as a production assistant with […]
Fred Jones, professor of mass media at Southeast Missouri State University, teaches film courses and coordinates the University’s annual Fault Line Film Festival, but he still finds time for screenwriting, which has earned him national and international recognition. Jones’s feature-length screenplay, “Sunbeam,” recently received honorable mention recognition at the University Film and Video Association’s conference […]
The Arrow, the student newspaper at Southeast Missouri State University, placed first in two categories of the College Media Association Pinnacle Award and was honored with seven awards in total at the Associated College Press (ACP) /College Media Association (CMA) Fall National College Media Convention Oct. 25-28 in Louisville, Kentucky. The Arrow won the first-place […]