Curricular opportunities include several exclusive industry experiences including our Semester-in-LA program, the OHIO South by Southwest course, the Bonnaroo Music Industry Masterclass, and countless media-related student organizations.
School of Media Arts & Studies
The School of Media Arts & Studies prepares well-rounded, proactive individuals to think critically, act creatively, and practice ethically in a global media society. Students have exceptional opportunities to focus in an area of specific interest while also taking advantage of a broad-based, liberal arts curriculum that enhances long-term success. The School also provides several media-related student organizations and we strongly encourage participation in internships. These opportunities lead to important connections that foster career advancement. Read More About Our school
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Graduate Student Spotlight: Deniza MulajNovember 16, 2021
In life there can be that one moment or experience that drives a person to want to fix the world's problems and change them for the better. Deniza Mulaj, a third-year Ph.D. candidate in the Media Arts and Studies program from Kosova, focuses on the intersectionality of media, political violence, and ethnicity.Read More
$1 million gift from The Charles and Lucille King Family Foundation will enhance student learning experiences at OHIONovember 16, 2021
Ohio University is announcing three new funds focused on supporting experiential learning for Scripps students, thanks to a $1 million gift from The Charles and Lucille King Family Foundation.Read More
Graduate Student Spotlight: Daniel WarmkeNovember 3, 2021
Daniel Warmke, a Ph.D. student in the School of Media Arts and Studies and an instructor in the J. Warren McClure School of Emerging Communication Technologies, is an applied ludologist and studies the actual rules of games. He is currently conducting research on video games and, more specifically, emergent game play.Read More
Run the Jewels’ manager Amaechi Uzoigwe to co-teach MDIA music business courseOctober 29, 2021
A new Media Arts and Studies course on music marketing will be co-taught by Amaechi Uzoigwe, manager of the Grammy-nominated hip hop duo Run the Jewels, and associate professor and director of the School of Media Arts and Studies Josh Antonuccio.Read More