Sports Communication and Media graduate students participate in practicum and internship experiences that showcase their production skills and critical thinking ability even as they produce written work and multimedia content as part of their everyday class work. Students who move through the SCM program will develop a theoretical, aesthetic, and historical understanding of the sports communication field, and will acquire the knowledge and technical skills necessary to pursue careers in the digital world of the sports media industry.

For students interested in Athletic Communications and Promotions, the program focuses on additional multimedia training in graphics production, and a featured element of this track in SCM is the event production of Getting in the Game, the annual Women in Sports Media symposium.  Past participants have included Linda Cohn, Jemele Hill and Jen Lada, and this event has a become a showcase for the SCM program.

Courses Full Time with Fall Start

Courses Full Time with Spring Start

Courses Part Time with Fall Start, Year One

Courses Part Time with Fall Start, Year Two