School of Media & Strategic Communications
Multimedia Journalism, B.A., B.S.
Earn a B.A. or B.S. in multimedia journalism which focuses on training you to become an effective storyteller. Write for the O'Colly newspaper or produce segments for OStateTV or Pete's CornerMultimedia Journalism
Sports Media, B.A., B.S.
Earn a B.A. or B.S. in sports media and work in the complex, constantly changing world of media and communications. The sports media program gives the knowledge and skills to excel in the field.Sports Media
Strategic Communications, B.A., B.S.
Earn a B.A. or B.S. in strategic communications which blends an integrated cross-platform curriculum to teach you how to tell great stories. You'll learn how to work with the media to write, record and publish effectively.Strategic Communications Advertising and Public Relations Option eSports Certificate Social Media Option
The School of Media and Strategic Communications offers an accelerated master's degree program in mass communications to outstanding undergraduate students. The program provides a format for students to complete their bachelor's and master's degree in five years. Oklahoma State University undergraduate students who have completed a total of 90 hours of undergraduate coursework in a major in the School of Media and Strategic Communications may apply to the School for the Accelerated Master's Degree program.
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Media House Living Learning Program
The Media House Living Learning Program fosters an engaging environment of learning and success among students majoring in multimedia journalism, sports media and strategic communications. It will prepare you for a career as a media professional.Media House
National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC)
The NSAC is the premier college advertising competition that provides more than 2,000 college students the real-world experience of creating a strategic advertising/marketing/media campaign for a corporate client. For more details contact Dr. Asya Cooley.
Scholarships and Internships
We are lucky enough to have donors like Paul Miller and Peggy Layman Welch donate money to help support students.Scholarships and Internships