The study of mass communications prepares students to work in a variety of media environments as well as pursue graduate studies for advanced and specialized knowledge. Practitioners learn about media literacy, ethics, and media creation in a global society.
Lincoln University's Mass Communications department's majors can choose from one of two concentrations -- Digital Communication and Strategic Communication.
How can I get help from the library while the building is closed?
Faculty and students may use the Ask-a-Librarian and chat services for help accessing the library’s print and electronic resources.
Go to the library's website, click on LibGuides or Databases then click on
Lincoln students, faculty, and staff may request to borrow material from other libraries when Langston Hughes Memorial Library does not own the material. Request an ILL item.
Interlibrary Loan (ILL) refers to the cooperative arrangement of libraries to globally share resources physically and electronically. National and local interlibrary loan codes usually preclude libraries from borrowing and lending the following materials:
Use WorldCat to get information on the book you want to request via ILL.
Contact Ms. Bonnie Horn, Interlibrary Loan Technician, at 484-365-7356 for additional information about ILL.