Academic Programs of Study

Sports Media

Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Multimedia Communication

  • Experiential learning from Day One
  • Wide range of media tools and physical spaces

  • Preparation to join a team of sports media professionals

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Sports Media at Marywood

If you love sports and media, this is the program for you! 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. 

Marywood provides students with experiential learning from Day One. Students can cover Marywood sports by writing and reporting for The Wood Word, broadcast basketball games live from the Athletic Center, and help produce “Beyond the Arch,” a weekly sports television program. 

Take your first step toward an exciting career in Sports Media!



More About This Degree

Our Center for Multimedia Communication provides media tools necessary to publish an online newspaper; direct, product, shoot, or edit video and audio programming; create and publish a PR newsletter; work as on-air television or radio talent; create virtual sets; produce short films; manage social media accounts; broadcast live sporting events; and much more. 

VMFM 91.7

Our award-winning, on-air and online radio station licensed by the FCC, staffed, managed, and operated by students.

The Wood Word

Work on the University's award-winning online news source in our newsroom equipped with 16 Macs, Apple’s Final Cut software, Adobe Suite, and all the tools of the trade you will need to put out the latest greatest news.

TV-Marywood

Join the student staff to direct live and taped programming via regional facilities of Comcast Cable and on the web. With the latest audio and video production tech and capabilities, the sky, or rather the green screen, is the limit.

Plus seven audio and video editing suites and a newsroom, all fully-equipped with Mac-based technology and industry-standard software!

Undergraduate Admissions Requirements

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

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