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Mass Communications and Center for New Media

Mass Communication students working live on the Revolution 89.5

The faculty and staff of CSU-Pueblo’s Department of Mass Communications and Center for New Media thank you for visiting our website. We hope you find information that will pique your interest in our program.

Our department is proud of its 52-year history in southern Colorado and of the positive contributions our alumni have made in the region, the nation and the world. We are committed to continuing our tradition of providing the highest-quality mass communications education well into the future.

As you explore our offerings, keep in mind that our program stands apart from other mass communications programs in several ways:

We pride ourselves on the collegial environment we provide for students. We see our students as colleagues, working hand-in-hand with faculty and staff to ensure they are well-prepared for careers in the mass communications professions.

One of the ways our students prepare for work in the professions is by getting involved with our hands-on media labs. Our radio station, Rev 89, provides students with an opportunity to do live sports broadcasts, public affairs programming, daily news broadcasts and music announcing, playing the greatest music ever created. Our campus newspaper/online news site, the CSU-Pueblo Today, allows students an opportunity to report on events on campus and in the community via a traditional print newspaper and an online news website, which includes video news segments. Students can also get valuable experience with advertising sales when they work with the CSU-Pueblo Today. Our affiliation with Rocky Mountain PBS and their Pueblo studio, located in the same building as our department, provides an opportunity for students to work on a variety of television productions.

Our faculty are able to provide a high-quality education because we’ve all worked in the fields in which we teach. We understand the fundamental knowledge and skills that are needed in the professional world, and we maintain close ties with professionals to ensure our students are up-to-date with their skills and knowledge.

Although we are one of the larger majors at CSU-Pueblo, students who choose to study in the mass communications department will get to know the faculty, staff and other students well. We learn all of our students’ names, so don’t expect to hide in the crowd here.

If you have any questions about our department, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We’d love to meet you!


The faculty and staff of the Department of Mass Communications at CSU-Pueblo

Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Students will display critical thinking skills, conveying complex ideas related to current issues and ethical expectations of mass media and related disciplines.
  2. Students will write with clarity and organization utilizing the proper format, writing mechanics and audience focus, in a manner that is professionally competitive for an entry-level position in the discipline.
  3. Students will demonstrate technological expertise related to the specific emphasis area that is professionally competitive for an entry-level position in their discipline.
  4. Students will demonstrate command of subject, organization of thoughts, and skill at interpersonal communication in front of an audience.
Shot of three students in online, in person, and hybrid learning formats.

Get Ready for Fall 2020

Cross-campus plans have been developed that allow for in-person, hybrid, and online class experiences that will help you to tailor your schedule in a flexible way that meets your personal needs.

Mass Communications and Center for New Media

Faculty and Staff

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