A minimum of 18 Mass Communication hours must be taken at Texas Wesleyan University.
As a journalist, one will involve themselves in the researching, collecting, writing, editing, and presenting of information/news and then communicating it to the public through newspapers, magazines, radio, television, etc. Journalism offers career positions as reporters, editors, newscasters, authors, copywriters, publishers, technical writers, media interviewers, talk show hosts, and more.
Each student is assigned to a faculty advisor who assists the student plan out their programs of coursework, schedule, and discuss career planning and options.
Dr. Colley has taught a variety of courses at Texas Wesleyan since 2008. Feature Writing and Public Relations Campaigns are two of her favorite classes.
School of Arts & Letters
Location: PUMC 2nd Floor
Hours: Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm