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At the Department of Communications and Journalism, we establish a strong academic base in the liberal arts where we challenge our students to think strategically and creatively to solve problems using the full spectrum of promotional tools. With us, you will master the art of conveying messages that move people to action in today’s multimedia environment, and find your place in a rapidly changing profession.
Sverdrup West Wing Remodeling
The west wing of Sverdrup will be rebuilt as a state-of-the-art media production and communication education facility, providing our students the most up-to-date and unique technology in the entire region.
Learn more about the Sverdrup renovations including plans, progress updates, room relocations, and more.
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“I’ve experienced prejudice and oppression ... with my degree at Webster, I intend to unify the world and create an environment of understanding.”
Raymond J. Smith Annual Communications Scholarship recipient
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Journalism students write and produce Webster Insider, a show focused on news and events around campus and the St. Louis area. Students in the Film, Television and Video Production program also work behind the scenes.
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