Bachelor of Arts Degree in Digital Media & Communication
Jumpstart your career in the media industry
The University of Saint Joseph’s Bachelor of Arts in Digital Media and Communication degree provides you with the critical skills and knowledge needed to excel in today’s dynamic digital world. From graphic design, media production, and web development to marketing communications, the program prepares you to be a professional communicator and storyteller across various media platforms.
As a USJ Digital Media and Communication major, you receive a solid academic foundation that prepares you to be a leader in today’s highly innovative and fast-paced media industry while also specializing in your field of interest with a concentration in:
Please use this academic map as a reference guide. Academic advisors are always available to discuss the required courses depending on each student’s needs.
B.A. in Digital Media and Communication
Unique Media and Communication Concentration Options
Curious as to what makes USJ’s bachelor’s degree in Digital Media and Communication unique? To start, it is one of the only two undergraduate programs in Connecticut that provides a specialization in Sports Media and Communication.
USJ’s B.A. in Digital Media and Communication is also one of a few programs nationwide and the only program in New England to offer a concentration in Spanish Media and Communication. The unique concentration fulfills the industry demand for highly-trained professionals who can serve sports, bilingual, bi-cultural, and diverse audiences upon graduation.
Internships and Real-World Experiences
As a Digital Media & Communication major, you can develop in-demand skills through internship opportunities in sports media, multimedia production, and communications. With access to studio and radio spaces, a digital media lab, and more, you apply the most current digital media strategies and practices in the classroom.
Digital Media and Communication Program Curriculum
The University of Saint Joseph’s B.A. in Digital Media and Communication program curriculum puts an emphasis on building your technical skills that are useful in real-world settings while developing a strong foundation for creative storytelling. The program curriculum introduces you to a wide range of media channels and explores different topics ranging from webpage development and marketing to video production.
The coursework includes hands-on projects and workshops where you can learn to use video and audio equipment for media production and industry-standard software, such as Photoshop, InDesign, and After Effects for editing.
The Digital Media and Communication curriculum consists of 42 credits of required courses and 12 credits of concentration courses that dive deep into Mass Media and Communication, Spanish Media and Communication, or Sports Media and Communication.
Career Opportunities for Digital Media and Communication Majors
Media and communication is a growing field with ample exciting career opportunities. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, media and communication occupations are projected to grow 14% through 2030 with about 151,500 new jobs.
With a bachelor’s degree in Digital Media and Communication, you are prepared for a variety of positions in the industry, including journalist, marketing coordinator, broadcaster, multimedia, designer, videographer, and more.
Pursue your passion for creativity, digital media production, and storytelling across multiple contemporary media channels. Submit your online application to USJ to earn the Bachelor of Arts in Digital Media and Communication degree with
The University of Saint Joseph provides more than 20 student clubs and organizations to enrich your campus experience. From community services to cheerleading to student government, you can further develop your leadership potential and build a strong professional network at USJ.
USJ Digital Media and Communication students produced a short documentary film on H. Robert Thiesfield, freelance photographer and digital artist, whose art exhibition “Visual Thoughts” Images of Current Events are on display in USJ’s McGovern Hall. Learn more about Thiesfield and his artwork at www.thiesfield.com.
Learn More about the Bachelor’s Degree in Digital Media and Communication
Unleash your creativity and prepare for a wide range of exciting careers. Apply to the Bachelor of Arts in Digital Media and Communication program today!
Have more questions about the program?
Contact: Pablo Correa, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Digital Media and Communication Phone: 860.231.5723 Email:[email protected]
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