In a world of digital media, where millions of messages are communicated instantly, the world needs Christian leaders who can break through the noise, transform culture, and bring clarity in crisis. Life Pacific University’s B.A. in Mass Communication will provide you with the education you need to be successful in a rapidly changing field and the Biblical foundation you need to bring a message of hope to a noisy world. Enroll now to become a leader who serves God in the field of mass communication.

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Program Overview


When you choose this program, you will develop competencies in five areas needed for a successful career in the communication field: 

  1. Effective Communication Skills
  2. Communication Theory & Inquiry
  3. Creative & Critical Thinking
  4. Global Awareness & Civic Engagement
  5. Biblical Integration


You can choose from one or more of the following concentrations to develop specialization for your desired career path: 

  • Broadcast & Digital Journalism
  • Event Planning & Promotions
  • Digital Media Production
  • Public Relations & Integrated Marketing


Gain real-world experience with a Mass Communication internship.
We don't want you to just graduate, we want you to graduate employable. Every student will get real-world work experience through an internship in the field. Your program chair and the Office of Calling & Vocation will help you secure an internship that's right for you.

Approach Mass Communication from a Christian perspective.
You will learn and grow in a Christ-Centered Community where every student, staff, and faculty member is committed to a Christian faith. Your degree will include a Biblical Studies minor and faith integration weaved throughout each course, so you are equipped to be a professional that advances God's kingdom wherever you go.

Learn from expert faculty and benefit from small class sizes.
Classes are taught by highly qualified faculty with education and experience in their field. The student to faculty ratio is 13 to 1, meaning you won’t be in large lecture halls, but small classes where you get personal interaction with your professors and peers.