The Media Communications B.A. at Webster Leiden Campus is an innovative program focused on cutting-edge technology and new modes of media production and distribution. This includes courses such as video production, digital photography and interactive multimedia combined with theoretical courses to develop critical thinking skills as well as production experience. Through coursework, internships, and portfolio reviews we prepare our students to become successful media professionals.
Webster's Media Communications degree enables you to explore the ways humans use media and technology to exchange ideas. You'll learn to interpret media messages, communicate effectively in context, demonstrate creative problem solving, and exhibit professional knowledge and skills that will make you a valuable asset to marketing firms and organizations. A Media Communications degree offers you a balanced education that emphasizes critical thinking, communication skills, and technical expertise. Following graduation, you'll be ready to begin a career as a leading-edge producer, writer, reporter, editor or technician. It offers you a balanced, well-rounded education that emphasizes the development of your critical thinking, communication skills, and technical expertise.
The B.A. in media communications enables students to become familiar with several areas within the communications curriculum. Students will take a core that will ground them in media theory, writing, and production, and then select a 12-hour concentration within the programs in the School of Communications.
About the School
Founded at St. Louis, Missouri in 1915, Webster University is an accredited, non-profit American university with over 100 locations.