Culture, Literature and Media Undergraduate Program

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Examine media through a critical lens

Watch, analyze and write about media. Know the influence it can have on society, from news coverage to ads and movies.

A culture, literature and media degree helps you think beyond the screen. Become a better critical thinker and apply analytical skills to mass media.

Why major in culture, literature and media at Missouri State?

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Pros and experts teach your classes

Learn from faculty who are media veterans. They have expertise and years of professional experience.

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Gain a global perspective on media

Build a strong foundation in media law, ethics and practices across the world.

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Network with like-minded peers

Grow as you study among other creative storytellers and aspiring media pros.

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Know the media process

Get involved in student-run media while in school. Have superb media literacy and experience by the time you graduate.

Career options with a culture, literature and degree

Communication. Deep thinking. Problem-solving.

A degree in culture, literature and media gives you vital skills that translate to many careers.

You can work in fields like:

  • Advertising
  • Business
  • Government
  • Law
  • Media
  • Non-profit
  • Writing

Not ready for the workforce? You’re also prepared to pursue a master’s degree in areas like mass communication and film studies.

Degree options

Review a sample degree plan that details your path to graduation. Both degrees require a minor or second major.

Degree plan
Have a deeper focus in culture, literature and media.
Degree plan
Complement your degree with the liberal arts. Take courses in foreign language, fine arts and humanities, along with media.