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Union College
Barbourville, Kentucky
Welcome to the Department of English, Communication, and Modern Languages at Union College.
Saddleback College
Mission Viejo, California
Diversity and a commitment to excellence are the keys to the success of the Saddleback College journalism program. The journalism curriculum offers students instruction in the range of academic areas necessary to transfer to a four-year college or university as a communications major. Emphasis is…
Alma College
Alma, Michigan
Description: Alma College, founded in 1886 by Presbyterians, is a selective, residential, private liberal arts and science college devoted exclusively to the teaching and education of undergraduate students. Type: Coed, 4-year liberal arts and sciences. Location: Alma, Michigan, one hour…
Boston College
Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
The Film Studies Program has arisen out of a need and desire to assist students in developing critical and technical skills in the area of film. Video, photography, and television also play a supportive role in the development of these skills. As a part of the Film Studies Program a student can…
Ridgewater College
Hutchinson, Minnesota
The Mass Communications program is designed as either a transfer or two-year career program. Students who earn an Associate in Arts degree may transfer completed lower division general education requirements to any public college or university in Minnesota through the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum.…
Hampshire College
Amherst, Massachusetts
Working with faculty mentors, Hampshire students create rigorous programs of study designed to identify and develop their most passionate interests and concerns. Without the constraints of preset majors, our students draw freely from the 5,000 courses offered by the Five College Consortium each…
Marietta College
Marietta, Ohio
Our mission is to teach students to effectively "communicate" in a rapidly changing and complex world. We train our students to excel in multimedia including radio, television, newspapers, online media, advertising, public relations and corporate communications. While students, they receive…
Dartmouth College
Hanover, New Hampshire
The Department of Film and Television Studies at Dartmouth College offers a wide range of courses in the theory, history, and criticism of film and television as well as a limited number of courses in film and video production and screenwriting. The major provides a common grounding for all…
McDaniel College
Westminster, Maryland
Everything you do involves Communication. Everything. At its core, Communication focuses on creating, sending, and receiving messages and, ultimately, determining the effectiveness of messages. It can be as simple as crafting a persuasive message that convinces your girlfriend/boyfriend to…
Blackburn College
Carlinville, Illinois
This program is designed to prepare students to succeed in either the academic world, or the professional world. With the general focus of a liberal arts education in mind, our Communication Studies program prepares students for continuing on to graduate school, or to successfully step into the…
Pomona College
Claremont, California
The Media Studies Program at Pomona College offers a liberal arts approach to the formal study of various kinds of media—film, video, television, print and broadcast journalism, the Internet and other electronic means of communication. The program emphasizes the application of Media Studies theory…
Moorpark College
Moorpark, California
You will use what you learn in journalism classes your whole life. You will use the logic and clear thinking skills in your other classes, in your career, relationships and life. These skills can help you earn the ‘A’ you want in history or literature or even science, a field where young people…
Calvin College
Grand Rapids, Michigan
The study of film can serve as an excellent focal point for a strong liberal arts education. Film is one of the dominant art forms and entertainment media of our time, and students must become acquainted with its forms, techniques, significant movements, and great directors. Students explore film…
Hope College
Holland, Michigan
Communication Studies is a diverse academic discipline that includes the development of oral and written communication skills – but it also includes much more. Communication includes the study of Organizational Communication, Interpersonal and Family Communication, Intercultural Communication, Mass…
Mills College
Oakland, California
The minor in Film Studies offers the opportunity to study film from a humanities perspective in a coherent and structured manner. It is designed to develop the student''s cinematic literacy based on a critical understanding of the medium, its relationship to other texts, and a variety of cultural…
Ursinus College
Collegeville, Pennsylvania
The Media and Communication Studies Department offers an interdisciplinary course of study in which students examine the aesthetic, cultural, economic, legal, political and ethical implications of communication in society. Based in the liberal arts and drawing upon social scientific and humanistic…
Ithaca College
Ithaca, New York
If you’re interested in the creative possibilities of the visual media, consider entering our bachelor of fine arts program. The film, photography, and visual arts program differs from the B.S. program in cinema and photography by adding coursework in the other fine arts. Rather than focusing on…
Middlebury College
Middlebury, Vermont
The Program in Film and Media Culture is dedicated to the study of film and visual media as a vital aspect of a liberal arts education. Our students will study film and visual media as products with intrinsic significance as well as in relation to the cultures that produced them.
College of the Siskiyous
Weed, California
Television and video is a force uniquely important in today's world. Our cultural values are largely influenced by the mass media. The technology is changing at a very rapid pace which is opening up many opportunities for employment. Television touches all of our lives. It teaches, it…
Foothill College
Los Altos Hills, California
*Photography & Digital Imaging *Graphic Design *New Media
Merced College
Merced, California
Students in Art 40A, Digital Art, use computers to blend photographs, hand-built images and imaginations. The results can fool the eye. Sometimes the results merely enhance reality. Often it is difficult to differentiate between reality and fantasy.
MiraCosta College
Oceanside, California
An introduction to film as an art form and as a cultural artifact, this course examines content and techniques found in film, historical and stylistic influences on film makers, their artistic values, and the social implications of film. Feature films as well as shorts and animated films are viewed…
Occidental College
Los Angeles, California
Emphasis on film and video making, aesthetics of cinema, film image and sound, film genres, digital video and documentary film and video production.
Scripps College
Claremont, California
Media studies is a cooperative program with the other Claremont Colleges. The curriculum at the five colleges includes theory, analysis, and production courses. The media production courses are not oriented toward mainstream Hollywood media; rather, they stress "independent" fiction, experimental,…
Westmont College
Santa Barbara, California
Symbolic communication is a defining human characteristic, yet its mysteries often elude us. How do messages lead to meaning—or misunderstanding or manipulation? How has public discourse influenced culture? What are the implications of mediated or visual communication? These and other questions…
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