CCU Journalism students have numerous opportunities to rub shoulders with the best in the business. In 2011, Juan Williams, a renowned journalist and political analyst for Fox News, spoke at CCU. He also writes for several newspapers including The Washington Post, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal.
Journalism and Mass Media"The smarter the journalists are, the better off society is. For to a degree, people read the press to inform themselves – and the better the teacher, the better the student body."
-Warren Buffett, American investor, industrialist, philanthropist, and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway (b. 1930)
How is media distributed and regulated? The Journalism/Mass Media emphasis provides you with a focused examination of media development, information responsibility, and effective information dissemination in a global media context. You'll learn about information distribution, research and responsibility, and alternative media in today's age of technology.
Journalism and Mass Media In the Christian University
Face it – the world no longer revolves around traditional media, and the
capacity for reaching the masses is enormous. The Journalism and Mass
Media emphasis offered through CCU's School of Humanities and Sciences trains
you, as a Christian student, to be discerning in mass communication.
You'll be equipped by faculty who integrate faith and learning.
Dr. Chris Leland
Assistant Vice President for Curriculum and Instruction, Professor of Communication & Director of Debate
School of Humanities and Sciences
Our Christian faith is foundational to everything we study, see, hear, and experience. In the classroom that means that we must go far beyond simply praying before class, but must see how every part of the academy is part of God's marketplace of ideas. It is important to me that we see that the world is designed by God, what we believe is really real, and His truth can be trusted with our very lives and thoughts. More >