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Media Studies Undergraduate Programs

Students who earn a degree in media studies learn to examine the role of media and communication in society. By selecting appropriate electives, media studies majors may specialize in any number of roles in professional fields and graduate school in media studies, public relations and advertising, journalism and storytelling, creative multimedia production and other fields.

Professional Opportunities

  • Marketing specialist
  • Public relations specialist
  • Creative director
  • Media planner
  • Copy writer
  • Reporter

The Media Studies faculty seek to foster a critical commitment, expressed through many media (writing, public speaking, moving images, sound, etc.), to serve civic responsibilities and social progress. Our courses develop analytic thought, clear writing, visual literacy, effective speaking and cultural, global awareness, which prepare students for graduate study, career success, and a good life.

Our students come to Media Studies from all kinds of backgrounds and are united by our common commitment to critically and creatively engage the world of media, to become more fluent communicators, critical analysts, storytellers, and creative directors, and to leave the world a better place for our efforts.

Media Studies, B.A.

Equips students for a variety of professional opportunities in communication as well as graduate study in communication, law, business administration, and other areas.

Media Studies, B.S.

Students who wish to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree must petition the faculty chair for permission.

Media Studies Minor

Non-majors interested in learning more about communication are encouraged to add it to their degree program as a minor.

Digital Studies Minor

Non-majors interested in learning more about communication are encouraged to add it to their degree program as a minor.