Students are prepared for careers in the broadcast media, that is, television, film media, or radio industries. The skills and knowledge a student gains may also be applicable for cable organizations and production houses. Students also explore digital audio and video production, which prepares them for careers in other media outlets.
The combined undergraduate/graduate degree is a broad-based program that covers a range of communication skills and careers. Choose from four tracks – media management, production, health communications, and corporate communications.
With lots of hands-on projects using state-of-the-art production equipment, the opportunity to work at Marywood’s WVMW-FM radio station and TV Marywood, and professional internships with local and regional media companies, you’ll be ready to hit the ground running as a communication professional – whether in television, radio, film, newspapers, advertising and public relations, or other media industry. Recent alumni are experiencing successful careers at companies like Dreamworks Studios, ESPN, MTV, and NBC.
Student/Faculty Ratio: 13:1
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Chairperson: Michael Mirabito, Ph.D.
Department of Communication Arts