Bachelor of Arts in Media and Communication

The Bachelor of Arts in Media and Communication trains students in digital and traditional communication, giving them the opportunity to critically engage and creatively participate in the culture of mass media. Students take classes in a) Media and Communication Theory; b) Media Production; and c) Communication and Culture. By providing students with skills in technology and communications and by giving them an understanding of the cultural forces that shape our world, the media and communication program addresses the need for professionals in a global, technology-driven economy. The program prepares students for creative careers in areas such as web design, public relations, advertising, journalism, and video production.



The Media and Communication Degree offers three tracks:

  • Film Production
  • Public Relations
  • Sports Broadcast Production
Courses in the degree Include:

2D Computer Animation

Communication Theory

Digital Photography

Film History

Digital Storytelling

Film Analysis

Graphic Imaging

Interactive Digital Media

lntercultural Communication

Media Criticism

News Writing and Reporting

Public Relations

Writing for Digital Media


The Media and Communication degree allows students to focus their studies on an area of interest while also retaining the ability to minor in another area. Minors include:
  • Creative Writing
  • Business
  • Information Technology
  • Professional Writing
  • Spanish, and more