The Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Communication and Media Arts is a trans-disciplinary program intended to prepare the next generation of professionals in the fields of communication and media. In addition, they satisfy State University of New York (SUNY) general education requirements as well. Below are overviews and detailed descriptions of possible career options for arts and communications graduates. You will graduate with the skills required for entry into areas such as print, broadcast and online journalism, international communications, media regulation and public policy, media and public relations.
Communication and Media Arts major requirements and electives (36 credits) — as a Communication and Media Arts major, you will be guided to select courses that explore special areas of interest aligned with your career goals. The College of Fine Arts and Communication offers undergraduate and graduate programs of exceptional quality in selected disciplines.
The Academy of Arts & Communication is a small learning community where students receive a rigorous and relevant curriculum that prepares them for success in the pathways of Media Communications, Performing Arts and Visual Arts. On its first few months, Purebeef consists of only Communication Arts Bloggers from UPLB.
The Arts and Communication Department sponsors academic courses and programs that help prepare students for transfer to four-year colleges and for careers in art, communication, music and theatre. Electives can be selected from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences or from other faculties within the university (subject to permission from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences).
Students have the option of completing an additional major from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Table A or from another Faculty within the University as permitted. You will be armed with an understanding of the U.S. constitution, international law and politics, an appreciation for speech, communication and ethics.