BSc in Media Communications
The Media Communications program at Full Sail University is designed to provide a thorough understanding of the skills needed to succeed in today’s dynamic media industries.
|Full-time Duration:||20 months|
|Starting in:||Classes begin monthly for most programs, so you can apply anytime and start on the date that works best for you.|
|Tuition Fee:||$69,000 per full|
|Location:||Winter Park Campus (Winter Park, United States)|
Although the professional world of media communications is vast and always evolving, those who inhabit it are connected by the ability to turn a message into something that resonates and inspires.
Throughout the Media Communications program at Full Sail University, you’ll explore topics ranging from digital video and audio production to entrepreneurship and marketing strategies. You’ll also hone standard industry skills such as storytelling, graphic design, research methodology, and the ability to articulate abstract concepts.
- Creative Presentation
- Psychology of Play
- Storytelling in the Entertainment and Media Industries
- English Composition
- Media Communications and Technologies
- Aesthetics and Theory of Communications
Steffan Lones doesn’t shy away from hard work. In just five short years after graduating from Full Sail’s Computer Animation bachelor’s degree program, he applied grit, determination, and plenty of initiative to make his way to his current position as Visual Effects Team Lead with Moving Picture Company (MPC) in Montreal, Canada, where he’s worked on VFX for films like Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Shazam!, X-Men: Apocalypse, and more.
New Media Tools – Students will explore a variety of media used in digital and online environments to accomplish course projects and further their understanding of new-media tools, including images, text, and streaming video and audio.
Integrated Marketing – In this course, students will examine the integration of marketing channels and public relations by using digital media to develop strategies and creative campaigns.