Communications media majors take advantage of a flexible curriculum that allows them to take a broad range of courses or to concentrate their education into a specialized set of courses. Students may choose either the Media Studies or Media Production track to design a program to meet their career goals. IUP-TV, WIUP-FM, and the Center for Media Production and Research provide hands-on experience in production, writing, and promotion outside the classroom.
Communications Media, BS
Communications Media Minor
Online Degree Completion
Audio Production Certificate
Photography and Digital Imaging Certificate
Popular Music Studies Certificate
The PhD program in Communications Media and Instructional Technology (CMIT) is a unique program rarely found at other universities. The CMIT PhD is one of only a few in the country to include production courses—in addition to theory and research. The weekend program offers flexibility that is popular with working professionals. Students in the CMIT program pursue careers in higher education, government, instructional design, and consulting.
Communications Media and Instructional Technology, PhD
The Department of Communications Media prepares students to work in all fields of media: television and film production, audio recording, radio broadcasting, photography, graphic design, animation, games and simulations, media promotions, research, project management, consulting, scriptwriting, and instructional design.
Hear what IUP Communications Media students have to say about our program.
Newsletter for alumni of the Communications Media Department.
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Communications Media Faculty to be Honored
Comm Media Alumni to Receive Award for Accomplishments in National Media
Comm Media Faculty Member and Graduates Publish on Scriptwriting Systems
Romantic Comedy to Air Valentine’s Day on IUP-TV
Muchtar Publishes on International Journalism
Creative Digital Media Manager is Communications Media Guest Speaker
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