Multimedia

Minor

  • Broaden/complement your major
  • Art & communication arts courses
  • 18 credit minor program

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Chris

I wouldn't be where I am today without the opportunities Marywood afforded me.

In the past, I've reflected on my time at Marywood and realized that the ability to simply get involved and be creative was a crucial point in my life.  I wouldn't be where I am today without the opportunities it afforded me to get involved and be myself.

Today, I am lucky enough to work in New York City as New York University's Social Media and Mobile Product Coordinator.  It's a position I hardly envisioned being in after I took a few years to explore multiple opportunities ranging from sports journalism to government.  When I eventually settled into the marketing, social media, and training career path I had determined it was the right choice.

Working in social media is a challenging field.  It's always changing - always moving.  It's not something one just "does" contrary to the belief of many ill-informed "experts".  From building strategy, developing content standards and guides, to successfully delivering engaging campaigns that excite your audience, it's a field that offers a new challenge every day. 

...and I love every minute of it.

Undergraduate Admissions Requirements

  • Official SAT and/or ACT scores
  • Completed application
  • Essay
  • Official transcripts
  • Letter of recommendation

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Minor in multimedia requires 18 credits:

Visual Art Department

ART 118 Two-Dimensional Design and Color
3
ART 221A Visual Concepts
3
ART 221L Visual Concepts Lab 0
ART 241 Computer Graphics
3
ART 241L Computer Graphics Lab 0

Communication Arts Department

COMM 233 Video Production I
3
COMM 233L Video Production I Lab 0
COMM 237 New Communication Technologies
3
COMM 309 Computer Graphics
3