A minor in graphic communications technology is the perfect complement to any major or field of study. After all, communication isn’t only about the words — it’s also about the visuals. With classes in photography fundamentals, desktop media, digital interactive technology and more, you’ll be prepared to succeed in the field of communications media. Sound good? Your media career starts here.
Arthur J. Bauernfeind College of Business
Department of journalism and mass communications
Apply your classroom experience to the real world through a number of student media opportunities. “The Murray State News,” the University’s student-run newspaper, publishes every Friday during the fall and spring semesters. Not to mention the MSU TV 11 airs several student productions during the fall and spring semesters on local cable. Plus, with WKMS, MSU2Nite, HerCampus, TV Club, Ads Club, PRSSA and so much more, there are plenty of ways to get involved.