Bachelor of Science in Media Communications

General

Program Description

BScMediaCommunication


Although the professional world of media communications is vast and always evolving, those who inhabit it are connected by the ability to turn a message into something that resonates and inspires.

The Media Communications bachelor of science degree program is designed to provide a thorough understanding of the skills needed to succeed in today’s dynamic media industries. Throughout the project-based curriculum, you’ll explore topics ranging from digital video and audio production to entrepreneurship and marketing strategies. You’ll also hone standard industry skills such as storytelling, research methodology, and the ability to articulate abstract concepts.

Because of the rapidly evolving nature of the media industry, this degree program is designed to reflect ongoing changes in communication and technology. Career-development modules woven throughout the curriculum also provide systematic opportunities to prepare for a professional career. In addition, our Career Development advisors and services are available for support and assistance throughout your media communications career path – not just while you are a student.

From branding to storytelling, you’ll discover how to create effective content that influences and inspires.

Scholarships

Qualified online students can receive up to $20,000 with the Momentum Scholarship.

Last updated Feb 2019

About the School

Full Sail is dedicated to helping creative students follow their dreams in the entertainment and media industry. Whether they are passionate about music, art and design, web and technology, filmmaking ... Read More

Full Sail is dedicated to helping creative students follow their dreams in the entertainment and media industry. Whether they are passionate about music, art and design, web and technology, filmmaking, or the business behind entertainment, an education at Full Sail University can prepare students for a career path doing what they love. Read less