Department of Mass Communications
The Department of Mass Communications offers a 10-course curriculum leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree. The major course sequence is determined by the student's emphasis in either broadcast production or broadcast journalism. The radio area is supported by WSHA-FM,a 12,000-watt radio station broadcasting from a 540 ft. tower. The television area consists of a fully equipped studio, a television control room, and portable video recording and editing equipment.
Faculty & Staff
|Cassandra S. Mitchell, Ph.D.
Chair and Asst. Professor
James E. Cheek Bldg.,
2nd Floor Rm. 203
James E. Cheek Bldg., 2nd Floor Rm. 204
919-719-8876 | Fax: 919-546-8315
|Detine Bowers, Ph.D.
James E. Cheek Bldg., 2nd Floor Rm. A
||Fredessa Hamilton Cobb, M.A.
James E. Cheeks Library, 2nd Floor Rm. C
|Teri A. Burnette, M.F.A.
James E. Cheek Building, 2nd Floor iMac Lab
||Josephine Oparaocha, M.A.
James E. Cheeks Building, 2nd Floor
WSHA Radio Station