Tell the stories of Chicago, its people, its neighborhoods and beyond. As a Roosevelt student, you’ll prepare for multimedia careers with nationally recognized faculty.
Find your multimedia niche: In front of the camera, or behind it? Covering sports or politics? Analyzing media bias or influence? You’ll find opportunities to explore all of these and more.
Take hands-on multimedia courses that prepare you for today’s career.
During the program, you’ll complete an internship for credit and a multimedia capstone course. You’ll graduate with a portfolio of clips to help you land your first job or apply to graduate school.
Create media for viewers inside and outside Roosevelt University. The program also houses the Torch student newspaper, the WRBC student-run radio station and the Gage Gallery.
In the journalism concentration, you’ll study online, broadcast and print journalism and prepare for work in today's news environment.
In the media studies concentration, you’ll learn how to analyze, evaluate and create messages using all forms of technology.
Mark Sandy, BA ’10
Associate Creative Director at Leo Burnett
Samantha Latson talks about the Unforgotten 51 project.