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Cloud County Community College

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Mass Comm.

Emphasis Options

Why Journalism and Mass CommunicationsMass Communications students practice photography skills on campus.

We communicate using media—written news, radio, video, podcasts, social media—more now than at any other moment in human history. Journalists must learn how to show, tell, and tweet – becoming a one-stop-shop for communication to the public. Learn to master and harness those communication channels and create your future today.

Online, On-Screens, On-Air

At Cloud, we are dedicated to getting you real experience in your first semester. Whether you are writing for T-Bird Times, our online student newspaper, managing Thuderhead Media’s social media accounts, or shooting and editing videos for your own student news show, we want you to leave here a portfolio that demonstrates the breadth of your experience at Cloud. By using professional equipment and working with various regional media outlets; students leave Cloud ready to competitively enter the Journalism workforce.

Focus Your Studies

Transfer to a four-year university with an Associate of Arts degree, or enter the workforce with an Associate of Applied Science. Our certificates—Sports Media and Visual Communication—are designed to stand alone or you can dual enroll in a certificate and an A.A. degree. Cloud’s academic options are designed to help you find your focus and find your fit. Whether it’s news and information, strategic communication, cultural change through social media, or visual communication – Cloud Journalism and Mass Communication courses have something for you.

Pro Tools

From professional-grade video production to a dedicated Mac computer lab to a fully-functioning radio station, you will work with tools that the professionals use. You’ll be ready to hit the ground running no matter where you go after Cloud.

Tasha Riggins

Instructor of Mass Communications and Speech | 1-800-729-5101 Ext. 306