Call the Shots with a Multimedia Communication Degree in Film, TV, and Digital Production
If you are interested in a career in digital production, look no further. Our degree program is designed 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.
Marywood’s bachelor’s degree program in Multimedia Communication covers a wide range of skills from #DayOne and prepares students for careers in film, TV, media management, production, health, or corporate communications. Get the hands-on experience you need by working at Marywood’s on-campus radio station, VMFM-91.7,TV-Marywood, or The Wood Word.
- VMFM-91.7 »
- TV-Marywood »
- The Wood Word »
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- Learn the versatile skills and knowledge you need for this specialized field
Outcomes & Opportunities
TV-Marywood Students work as on-air talent, reporters and assume other management and production positions »
Top Career Paths
- Production Designer
- Film Producer
- Film Editor
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Undergraduate Admissions Requirements
- Completed application
- Official transcripts
- Letter of recommendation
- Official SAT and/or ACT test scores (Marywood is test optional)
- Essay (optional)
Map & Directions
Located in the Learning Commons, the Center for Multimedia Communication is a state-of-the-art training ground for future communication professionals. The center includes provides a variety of media tools that can be used 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.
Map & Directions
VMFM 91.7 is Marywood University’s student-run radio station, located in Marywood University's Learning Commons on the Terrace Level. For nearly two decades, VMFM has been named “Best College Radio Station" in the area and is only commercial-free alternative radio station in northeast Pennsylvania.