Endicott’s Digital Media Program places an emphasis on developing the skills required to achieve effective storytelling by using both journalism and film. You’ll learn methods and tools to effectively develop, create, and portray unique stories.
When you select digital media as your major, you have the choice of two areas of concentration—digital filmmaking and digital journalism. Both 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 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.
With the digital journalism concentration, you’ll foster the values of traditional journalism and apply them to the changing and growing space of film, multimedia, news stories, podcasts, blogs, and streaming media.
In the digital filmmaking concentration, you’ll get hands on learning experiences both in front of and behind the lens while learning how to aesthetically create and tell a story.
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
The Endicott crew in DC got to witness the procession of the delivery of the articles of impeachment yesterday. An historical moment.
Digital media student, Brianna is documenting some of the scenes she has encountered during her Inside Washington trip with Professor Salahi. She is very artistic.
Katherine and Shay. Voted the best overall Field Guides by their classmates in Multimedia Storytelling.