Multimedia Communication: Undergraduate Programs

In a media-driven world, a communication degree plays a central role in careers in journalism, film and TV, sports media, public relations, corporate communications, human relations, policy and advocacy. A Bachelor’s of Multimedia Communication readies students to work in a variety of facets of the communication industry. Students can concentrate their studies in one or more of the following specialization tracks:

  1. Film, TV, and Digital Production 
    Our degree program is specially formatted to give you the versatile skills and knowledge you need to work in television, film, radio, and online media, as well as to work in digital audio and video production within these industries. With a 13:1 student to faculty ratio, you get the attention necessary to truly become a digital media production master.

  2. Journalism
    Prepare for a career in the rapidly changing world of journalism. From newspapers to magazines to television and the web, specializing in journalism prepares you for a career in publishing across formats. Learn how to use digital tools to think, write, and bring a story to life in new and exciting ways.
  3. Public Relations and Image Management
    With a specialization in Public Relations and Image Management from Marywood University, you’ll learn how critical thinking, theory, speaking, and writing skills can build bridges between organizations and the public.

  4. Sports Media
    This track is designed to prepare you for work in the fast-growing field of sports media. From sports journalism, broadcasting, and announcing, to sports information and promotion, you’ll be ready to join a team of sports media professionals at local, regional, national, and international organizations.
  5. Build Your Own Track in Multimedia Communication
    This program combines studies in the several areas of the Multimedia Communication and courses outside of the department to meet the unique needs of our students. If an established program does not meet a student's needs, a special program can be designed.