Department of Mass Communications

The World of Mass Media

NEWSLETTER OF MASS COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT

Fall 2015 Issue

The Department of Mass Communications is committed to providing a high quality academic program that supports the Tougaloo College mission of assisting students in becoming "self-directed learners and self-reliant persons capable of dealing effectively with people, challenges, and issues." The curriculum is designed to prepare students for successful careers in mass media. Specifically, the department will produce graduates who understand the theoretical and practical applications of mass communication and the role of mass media in society.

Mass Communications includes journalism, speech, communication, public relations/advertising, radio and television broadcasting, music industry/technology, and visual/graphic arts programs. The curriculum combines professional liberal arts theory courses and is responsive to technology advances in the professions.

Department Contacts

Ken Sanders, MFA
Department Chair/Radio & Television Broadcasting
Assistant Professor of Mass Communications
   601-977-7728
   ksanders2@tougaloo.edu
 
Ayesha Mustafaa, MA
Journalism
Assistant Professor of Mass Communications
   amustaffa@tougaloo.edu
 
Erin Pickens, MS
Television Broadcasting
Assistant Professor of Mass Communications
   601-977-7826
   epickens@tougaloo.edu
 
Aleesha Smith, MS
Public Relations & Advertising
Assistant Professor of Mass Communications
   601-977-7711
   apsmith@tougaloo.edu