Course work and experience leading to a media and information degree provides students with opportunity to specialize in radio and television, new media, film production, game design, information and communication technologies, and media management.
Specialty labs enable students to acquire and apply knowledge, debate policy and regulation, collaborate, innovate and design technologies, and research the effects of communication technologies.
Graduates in media and information are in high demand and have found jobs in settings related to media, digital arts and communication technologies. Graduates are prepared to design high-impact media products; apply state-of-the-art tools, practices and techniques; use current and emerging media to fuel innovation; address pressing social issues and themes; and interpret, critique and understand the history, sociocultural patterns and ethical implications of media technologies.
Alumni work at:
Alumni work as:
Content and entertainment producers
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