Are you curious about how Disney, Time Warner, and Fox dominate international communication? Interested in global development? Want to pursue graduate study, work for UNESCO, or work with global media networks? Earning your B.A. in Communication at Purdue University Northwest can prepare you for exciting career opportunities, graduate studies and a career in global media.
After completing a five-course that will give you a robust background in communication, you select seven more classes to concentrate on your own interests and needs.
To receive a concentration in Media Studies in our B.A. in Communication program, you must complete:
- COM 23600: Media and Culture
- COM 24200: Broadcast News
- COM 30101: Political Economy of Media
- COM 33000: Media Theories
- COM 46300: Media Criticism
- Elective COM 300+ with Media Focus
Other courses you might consider for a career in Media Studies:
- COM 30100: Globalization and Development
- COM 42600: Intercultural Communication
- COM 46300: Mass Media Criticism
For more information or if you’re interested pursing a B.A. in Communication and declaring a concentration in Media Studies at Purdue University Northwest, please contact the Department of Communication and Creative Arts’ advisor Rhonda Nemri by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (219) 989-8697.