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Position yourself to thrive in a society that values content creation.
The Media Studies, Communication, and Design program positions students to thrive in a society that values content creation.
Majors will learn not only to create professional-quality audio, video, graphics, and text, but also to evaluate media environments, technological innovations, and historical contexts so they can adapt to rapidly changing institutions and industries.
Students with a Media Studies, Communications, and Design degree can do a variety of things based on their areas of interest. That’s why we developed this program to be flexible and pair well with other programs including Art, Business Administration, English, Fashion Marketing, Fashion Merchandising, History, Medical Humanities, Sociology, Sustainability, and Women’s and Gender Studies. No matter which route you choose, there are a lot of employment opportunities. As part of the program, you will build a professional portfolio and complete an internship that will help equip you with the skills needed for professional success.
Media Studies, Communication, and Design majors will pursue internships with advertising agencies, design firms, publishing houses, software developers, television stations, and websites, as well as marketing and public relations departments across commercial, government, and non-profit organizations.
Depending on how you want to customize it, you can earn a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree with this program.
Career pathways include communications or public relations managers, marketing and advertising specialists, editors and publishers, graphic designers and social media managers, copywriters and television producers, game designers and videographers.
Students in Media Studies, Communication, and Design come in contact with faculty whose diverse professional backgrounds help students imagine an array of potential career paths.
Do you have questions about the Media Studies, Communications, and Design program? Please contact us.