Electronic Media Studies

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Electronic Media Studies

Shape the Future of Media with an Electronic Media Studies Degree from St. Catherine University

In the age of digital communication, our electronic media studies
program equips you with the skills and knowledge needed to
excel in the ever-evolving media landscape.

From Day One, You’ll be Immersed in Practical, Hands-on Experiences

The St. Catherine University electronic media studies degree combines theoretical knowledge and practical skills in a range of contemporary media forms, including television, radio, blogs, Internet videos, and instant messaging. Our comprehensive curriculum covers digital media production, multimedia storytelling, media ethics, and emerging technologies.

In the electronic media studies program, you’ll examine ethical principles and moral problems in class discussions, form your own opinions, and learn how to communicate them effectively.

We emphasize ethical media practices, media literacy, and responsible storytelling. Learn from industry-experienced faculty who are passionate about the future of media communications, including the impact of mass media on gender performances and social movement strategies.

Our program offers a comprehensive foundation in media theory and production, with a focus on:

  • Digital Media: You'll learn how to create and produce digital content, including websites, social media posts, videos, and podcasts.
  • Film and Television: You'll learn the fundamentals of filmmaking and television production, including screenwriting, directing, editing, and cinematography.
  • Journalism: You'll learn how to gather, report, and write news stories for a variety of media platforms.
  • Communication: You'll develop strong communication skills, both written and oral, which are essential for any career in electronic media.
  • Storytelling: You'll learn how to tell compelling stories in a variety of formats, including text, images, audio, and video.

This program is offered jointly with the University of St. Thomas.

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