Media and Communication

Media and Communication Professor Puts Teachings to Action

Taking his best practices from the classroom to the field, Castleton Professor of Communication David Blow was recently recognized for his journalistic talents as he received first and second place from the New York News Publishers Association and the New York State Associated Press Association respectively for a series of stories written for the Post-Star Newspaper.

Getting a Media and Communication Degree at Castleton

Media and Communication students thrive in a project-based environment that balances theory and practice. Working closely with faculty and peers, you will study the way media interact with society and produce video, print news, social media, websites, scripts and presentation papers in courses, The Spartan newspaper, WIUV-FM, independent projects, and internships.

Students work toward a B.S. in Media and Communication with concentrations in Media Studies, Video & Film Production, Journalism, Public Relations, Digital Media or by contract. Additionally, the program offers an A.S. degree and minors in communication and cinema studies (see Program Requirements below).

Media and Communication students have gone on to create major network programming, garner credits in Academy Award-winning movies, write and edit for big-city daily newspapers, design major websites, excel at graduate school, provide public information for large businesses and non-profits, teach in high schools and universities, practice law, and a wide array of other professional activities. While most of the time students work on the campus itself, communication students frequently participate in the London Semester, Santa Fe Semester, internships all over the country and beyond, and find themselves on trips to academic and professional conferences.

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