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Academic catalog

Browse the curriculum, course descriptions and requirements for the Media Studies and Practice program in our academic catalog.

Make it your own

Want to explore the vast field of communication without choosing just one area? The media studies and practice program empowers you to design your own major and pursue individualized areas of focus across media disciplines to provide a rich career foundation.

Build your own major by combining any two minors in the College of Communication and Design, including advertising, digital art and design, public relations, multimedia journalism, photography, social media and more.

Through foundational and hands-on courses, internship opportunities and participation in iPulse, the university’s award-winning student newspaper, this program will help you find your passion—wherever it may lie.

And our faculty? They’re here to share their expertise. Our professors have worked as product managers, radio and television producers, advertising executives, global experts and more.

Career opportunities

Prepare for a successful career in a variety of fields with a degree in media studies and practice.

With a degree in media studies and practice, you’ll gain the skills necessary to pursue a career in various fields, including:

  • Public relations
  • Advertising
  • Web content
  • Public affairs
  • Communications
  • Television

Estimated tuition

Full-time tuition for a traditional day undergraduate student is estimated to cost $35,960 annually.

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