Film, Media & Communication Studies Minor

This minor explores how images, sound and writing work together to create stories and produce meaning in different technologies.

For more information, including course requirements, please visit the Film, Media & Communication Studies Minor page.

Semester on Communications & Media

The New York Semester on Communications and Media brings Drew University students into the heart of it all, to learn from professionals who work in the interconnected world of communications, public relations, advertising, and media, and to visit the places in which meaning is created, stories conveyed, and information consumed. In this semester, the student will take a critical look at the operations of New York City’s media and communications industry, critically examine the making of – and meaning behind – the messages, and the discuss ethical and moral issues at play. At the end of the semester, you will have a deep understanding of the role of media and communications within American culture, as well as an appreciation for topics and controversies affecting New York’s media and communications world.

For more information and course descriptions, please visit the NY Semester on Communications and Media page.
You may also contact Sandra Jamieson, the Spring 2015 Program Director, at sjamieso@drew.edu.