West Virginia University’s renowned Integrated Marketing Communications master’s
degree program has implemented significant changes for the 2019-2020 academic year,
including reduced tuition, fewer required courses and seven new areas of emphasis.
The tuition and course requirement changes affect both IMC and the relatively new
online M.S. in Data Marketing Communications. Tuition for both programs will decrease
by 16 percent, lowering the overall program cost to $24,600. And, graduation requirements
will be decreased by one course, allowing students to complete their degree with
ten courses in as few as one and a half years. This is in response to an increasingly
Widmeyer, who lives in Martinsburg, West Virginia, made the donation to send students
in the Eastern Panhandle to one of the three-day summer camps offered by the College
of Media. Isabella Cameron of Martinsburg and Morgan Sherwood of Hedgesville attended
traditional Media Camp, where they captured video and photos of incoming students
WVU New Student Orientation to create promotional pieces that reflect the excitement
and anticipation of starting college.