Learn to research, write, produce, direct, and market digital communications across multiple media platforms.
Involving a blend of visual, oral, and written communication, the digital media program at Endicott emphasizes the skills needed to execute the entire storytelling process. You'll learn the methods involved with developing a compelling story and gain knowledge of how to utilize the tools needed to successfully tell that story, whether your tool is the pen or the camera.
Digital media is offered in two concentrations, digital filmmaking and digital journalism, which share a common core of courses that explore the connection between the functional methods of journalism, such as writing and interviewing, and the applied production skills of the filmmaking. Both concentrations provide an opportunity for you to learn how to tell a compelling story through digital platforms while learning to develop your own distinct voice.
Internships and Careers
An Endicott education means you'll graduate with a degree and a resume.
Whether you pursue graduate school right away, or embark on your career after graduation, we believe that your time at Endicott will prepare you for the next step. Take a look at what our graduates have been up to lately.
- Gatehouse Media
- Peabody Essex Museum
- The Dr. Phil Show
- Regan Communication
- Time Inc.
- Hill Holiday
Graduate School Acceptances
- Seattle University
- UMASS Lowell
- Syracuse University
- UMASS Boston
- Southern New Hampshire University
Dean, School of Communication
After a day of tribute to a life lived, we look ahead to those who will carry his torch going forward. Kenny Tuttle ‘20 and Julie Champigny ‘20 take on that responsibility as they are the first recipients of the Dr. Wylie Memorial Scholarship based on their enthusiasm for positive, impactful change in the community #thisisendicott ————— @ktuttle31 says, “We were very fortunate to have a president that was deeply involved with the students and community. Moving forward, I plan on doing everything in my power to make an impact on this school and student body.” ————— @jchamps92 says, “Receiving this scholarship means everything to me. I cannot even put into words the immense amount of gratitude I feel. Though, it is with such a heavy and still delicate heart that I receive it. Doc affected me and every single person on this campus.”
Who we called “Doc”, they called “Papa” — Dr. Wylie’s eight grandchildren pictured at this morning’s remembrance and tribute to our late president. We know the impact he had on our Endicott family; he had just as large an impact on his loved ones ————— 📸 by @the_real_dlephotography #thisisendicott
Letters to Doc: prior to the student memorial for Dr. Wylie in September, students took the time to write notes to our late president. Your words were from the heart 💙💚 and a tribute to the man that resurrected our institution from near bankruptcy 31 years ago to make it the thriving, innovative college it is today. Tomorrow, the faculty and staff as well as Doc’s family, friends, and champions will say their final goodbyes in a remembrance ceremony. Thank you for being hand-in-hand with us during this time of transition and reflection 🙏🏼 #thisisendicott