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Department of Media Communication

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Part of the School of Creativity and Practice

The Media Communication Department is where technological innovation meets traditional humanities and social sciences. We offer a pragmatic and professionally oriented undergraduate program designed to prepare majors for successful careers in the media and related areas and to prepare students for graduate study.

The department offers a proactive student-faculty advising experience. We have a collaborative department culture, where we like to recognize our student accomplishments and outstanding performance.

Undergraduate Offerings

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Media Communication, BA/BS

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Media Communication Minor

Resources

  • Our Labs: Through the adoption of cutting-edge technology, we offer an applied learning environment with media laboratory opportunities for our students.
  • Internships: The Media Communication Department offers a full range of internships at the junior and senior level.
  • Courses: Our courses are interactive, applied, and project-oriented.

Student Resources

Reputation of Excellence

When you enroll in our academic offerings, you gain a network of mentors and role models through our strong alumni community. We maintain alumni relationships through an online database, guest speakers, and professional networking.

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Ye Charlotte Ming

Content Editor - Getty Images

"My name is Ye Charlotte Ming, from Qingdao, China. I graduated from CSU Pueblo's Media Communications Department in 2012 and received my master's degree from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in 2014. I am currently based in New York, where I work as a content editor for Getty Images, the world's largest photo agency. I am also a frequent contributor to National Geographic, TIME.com, Chinafile.com and the Chinese-language news site Tencent. My writing and photography focus on telling complex social issues through human stories. CSU-Pueblo is where my passion for journalism began, and the skills I learned there will always stay with me for the rest of my career."

Department of Media Communication

Faculty and Staff

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