Multimedia Journalism and Public Relations Degree

Shape tomorrow’s media landscape with cross-platform training in contemporary journalism.

Our innovative Multimedia Journalism major integrates writing, reporting, editing, digital media production and public relations skills. We emphasize ethics as well as cross-platform flexibility for a degree that is as versatile as it is relevant in our dynamic world.

Locations & Learning Options

  • Parkville, MO
  • Parkville, MO

Multimedia Journalism and Public Relations

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Dr. Mark Noe

Department Chair
Professor of Communication
jmark.noe@park.edu

Kristin Markway Shaw

Program Coordinator
Lecturer in Communication
kristin.shaw@park.edu

Dr. Lora Cohn


Associate Professor of Communication
lora.cohn@park.edu

Steven Youngblood


Associate Professor of Communication
steve.youngblood@park.edu

Dr Abhijit Mazumdar


Assistant Professor of Journalism
abhijit.mazumdar@park.edu

Good journalism is more important than ever. Our program blends shoe-leather reporting with digital media savvy, giving you the tools you need to work in this ever-changing, competitive field.

Careers

  • Newspaper or Magazine Reporter
  • Broadcast Journalist
  • Foreign Correspondent
  • Photojournalist
  • Social Media Specialist
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Program Highlights

Practical, professional experience

As a Multimedia Journalism major, you’ll undertake traditional course work while getting practical experience in the field through internships and/or other work experience.

You can also take advantage of multiple journalistic opportunities on campus, including:

  • Working for academic credit on school publications such as The Stylus, the century-old Park University newspaper
  • Broadcasting from our college radio station KGSP-FM
  • Writing for the Northland News, a weekly TV show produced for and by students

Related programs

Park University’s degree programs are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

Park University is a private, non-profit, institution of higher learning since 1875.