At Webster University, the degree program in Media Communications explores the relationship between changing technology and cultural shifts in government, business and entertainment.
Designed for students interested in studying the way society uses media to communicate ideas, the program helps students examine media from multiple points of view and consider ideologies beyond their own. Students learn how media is produced and also conduct research about cultural media presentations as well political communications and propaganda.
Media Communications Academic Programs
To read about specific program requirements, learning outcomes and how to apply, click on a program from the following list:
- Master of Arts in Media Communications (M.A.)
- Bachelor of Arts in Media Communications (B.A.)
- Minor in Media Communications