Media & Communication
We take pride in working one-on-one with you in and out of the classroom. If you have any questions, please contact us.
Do you want to be a major?
We would love for you to join the Media & Communication family! Please check out the information on this website and feel free contact us if you have any questions.
As the nation’s leading undergraduate liberal arts program in Media & Communication, the department is dedicated to the convergence of media analysis and production training interwoven in practice and by mission. The department holds an explicit commitment to social justice, with an aim to produce reflective and ethical media maker.
In the Department of Media & Communication at Muhlenberg College, students and faculty research, critique, and create media of all forms—visual, digital, print, oral and hybrid forms—and investigate the social, political, economic, and cultural contexts that both shape and are shaped by these converging media. Here, critical thinking meets hands-on experience, through engaging coursework, internships in professional environments, experiential and service-learning in local communities and global contexts. Our aim is to foster graduates who are not only information literate, but who become information leaders in helping to realize the democratizing potential of media. The department is dedicated to the integration of media analysis and media production for social justice in a liberal arts setting.
Coursework and faculty overlap among these three programs and Media & Communication, we encourage our majors to consider a double major or minor in one of these allied programs.
Stay up to Date
To connect with other students, alumni and faculty and to stay on top of current events in the Department
The Department maintains a number of special programs throughout the year that bring our faculty, staff, majors and alumni together.
a week-long event each year, where successful Muhlenberg Media & Communication and Film Studies Alumni network and hold workshops with current students.
a semester abroad experience designed for Media & Communication and Film Studies students at Dublin City University (DCU), Ireland.
allows qualified students the opportunity to enrich their experiences in media and communication theory, history, and practice.
a youth media arts program, housed in the department, that encourages teens to raise their voices about issues affecting their world.
an opportunity to work with professionals in practical preparation for your career.
SocialResearch SocialJustice Undergrad Conference
SocialResearch SocialJustice Undergrad Conference
a Muhlenberg forum outside of students' classes to discuss issues of social justice in a democratic society.
As a major, you will have 24 hour access to our production and post-production facilities featuring a multimedia TV studio with video control room, a classroom with 16 iMacs, all with an array of multimedia editing software including Creative Cloud, two post-production labs, a mobile gaming lab, and an FM studio.
Information on our up-to-date and top-of-the-line production equipment offering a wide variety of high-end production equipment including professional digital video cameras, digital audio recorders, a variety of directional and omnidirectional microphones, lighting kits and tripod systems, and various production accessories.
R&R Equipment rental site -use your One Login
Our Majors participate in a range of student-run media across campus, and they would love for you to join them.
MFA (Muhlenberg Film Association)-website coming soon!
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Our major is designated to provide you with both an educational experience and an opportunity to work with professionals in practical preparation for your career; you will take part in internships, including a significant academic (written and/or production) component.
Professor Aggie Ebrahimi Bazaz, the 2017-2018 internship coordinator
Your Faculty & Staff
With near twenty faculty covering everything from television to video gaming, documentary to the avant-garde, and everything in between, these professors and instructors take pride in working one-on-one with you in and out of the classroom and dedicate themselves to expanding knowledge in the field by actively contributing scholarship to the discipline. In addition, each year we invite Guest Lecturers and hold Master Classes in diverse areas in the field to hold workshops, lead lectures and have one-on-one time with students.
A Track Record of Success
As our nation's leading liberal arts college media program, we have an extraordinary record of alumni achievement across the media industries and around the world. Check out some of our Success Stories. Our aim is to foster graduates who are not only information literate, but who become information leaders in helping to realize the democratizing potential of media.