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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Scripps to offer two graduate communication workshops July 17 and 24June 24, 2021
Interacting with the media for non-journalists will be held on July 17 and co-taught by former Washington Post ombudsman Andrew Alexander and E.W. Scripps School of Journalism Director Emeriti Tom Hodson. John Born, former Ohio Department of Public Safety director, will facilitate the crisis communication workshop on July 24.Read More
High School Media Workshop will return in-person July 30June 21, 2021
The High School Media Workshop will return as an in-person event on July 30. The workshop allows high school students to choose from four focus areas: video production; music recording; animation; and audio for cinema. All COVID-19 precautions will be observed.Read More
MDIA professor publishes research on health agencies’ use of Instagram during COVID-19June 14, 2021
SMART Lab director Laeeq Khan co-authored the new article published in the International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. Messaging through celebrities and including infographics were two of the most effective strategies employed by the public health agencies.Read More
Social media storytelling course offers students an opportunity to broaden essential skillsApril 28, 2021
The social media storytelling project began as a way to both market the School of Media Arts & Studies on online platforms and provide advanced social media certificate students with an internship-like experience to develop skills necessary to succeed in an ever-growing realm of media platforms.Read More