Mass Media Courses
- The courses required to earn a degree in mass media can be found in the current course catalog.
- You may also want to look at the courses required for a secondary education degree in journalism.
Baker is a private, liberal arts university that educates traditional and nontraditional students through small classes, innovative instructors and rigorous coursework.
Baker University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and offers its employees an excellent benefits package.
Career Services aids all Baker students and graduates in their search for employment, internships and other academic opportunities.
The full-service bookstore on our Baldwin City campus serves students on all campuses by offering textbooks, apparel and gifts. Purchases may also be made online.
The mass media major is all about career preparation; students work in all areas of the media and complete internships for a variety of businesses.
Our program offers you the opportunity to contribute to award-winning, student-run print and online newspapers and radio and TV stations, as well as a strong sports broadcasting program
Kristin Bock, who earned a degree in mass media in '05, interviews Peter Vermes, manager of Sporting Kansas City. In addition to serving as a sideline reporter, Bock is also is manager of the Sporting Club Network. Read More
Baker mass media students have a multitude of opportunities for involvement in and out of the classroom, including KNBU-TV, KNBU-FM, and The Baker Orange Newspaper.
With practical experience and academic preparation in a small, intimate environment, you will leave Baker with the confidence to communicate and to create.
The Baker Orange claimed Kansas Associated Collegiate Press' award for four-year private colleges. Read More