Digital Media Concentration

  • In a February 2019 article published by The New York Times, Axios CEO and co-founder Jim VandeHei is quoted as saying, “The audience for high-quality content is huge and voracious and growing.”

What will you study?

To earn the digital media concentration, you complete courses such as:

  • COM 201 Visual Communication
  • COM 324: Digital Storytelling
  • COM 367: Writing for New Media
  • COM 275: Introduction to Film Production
  • ART 429: Design for Digital Media

What are your career paths?

As a communication graduate with a concentration in digital media, you’ll be well-prepared to pursue a range of entry-level careers.

Occupation Growth through 2026 2017 median pay
Multimedia artist and animator Eight percent $70,530
Writer Eight percent $61,820
Advertising, promotion, or marketing manager** 10 percent $129,380
Film and video editors and camera operators 13 percent $58,210
Web developer 15 percent $67,990

For admission information

Office of Undergraduate Admission
(317) 955-6300 or (800) 772-7264

For program specifics

Rev. George LaMaster, Ph.D.
Chair, Department of Communication
(317) 955-6215

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