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The Reed College of Media and College of Creative Arts will merge to form the new WVU College of Creative Arts and Media as of July 1, 2024. Get details.


You’ll do your best work and make the most of a career that matters. At the WVU College of Media, you’ll be able to work on passion projects that also make an impact on the world.

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Students from 9 Countries, 34 States and Washington, D.C.


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Advertising and Public Relations

Hone skills in writing, research, design, event planning, marketing and more to produce creative, persuasive campaigns and materials for real clients. You’ll learn to build, plan and execute communications campaigns that help companies thrive and create positive change in society.

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Integrated Marketing Communications

This fully online bachelor's degree is a multidisciplinary program that combines courses in marketing and business administration with advertising and public relations to give you a well-rounded education that prepares you for jobs in this exciting and rapidly growing field.

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Interactive Design for Media

The media landscape is rapidly changing and there is a growing demand for interactive audiovisual media experiences. Students in this program are exposed to the latest innovations in digital media to create visually stunning and timely interactive experiences.

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Journalism today is about connecting people with their communities and the world. Journalism students learn how to ask tough questions and deliver meaningful answers 24/7 to the people who want and need to know. 

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Multidisciplinary Media Studies

Flexibility and options are at the root of our Multidisciplinary Media Studies (MDMS) major. Students can customize their major course of study by choosing from a variety of communications and media-focused minors.

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Sports and Adventure Media

From snowboarding to football, America’s appetite for sports is insatiable. Fans want information fast and on-the-go, and employers are looking for professional communicators with specialized skills to handle the demand.

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Your first step to becoming a Mountaineer is applying for admission. Apply online today.


Earn a master's degree online from one of our nationally renowned programs in Integrated, Data or Digital Marketing Communications. The College also offers a competitive in-person M.S. in Journalism that can be taken in a 4+1 format combined with a bachelor's degree.

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Get Your Dream Job

Media professionals work in a variety of industries all over the world (news, sports, entertainment, government, healthcare, non-profit, environmental, etc). In the WVU Reed College of Media, you'll gain the knowledge, skills and experience to land the job that aligns with your unique interests.

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