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The journalism program at Murray State prepares today’s students for tomorrow’s media landscape. Learn to write and produce news for print, broadcast, online and mobile media as well as how to shoot, produce and edit video for broadcast and online outlets. And that’s only the beginning. With a journalism degree, you’ll graduate with the skills to thrive in an ever-changing media landscape and to share the stories that matter. Your media career starts here.

Arthur J. Bauernfeind College of Business

Department of journalism and mass communications

Average class size

25 students


Main campus

Clubs and Internships

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.

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