Offering a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Media Studies

The Department of Media Studies at UNCG offers courses relating to a wide array of moving-image media, from film and television to all electronic media sources, exploring, analyzing, and creating content from both sides of the screens. You’ll learn how to make media AND develop the tools necessary to think more critically about what you see and hear in your daily life.

 

Recent News

Media Studies interns have been busy at the at Greensboro’s Global Opportunities Center.

April 5, 2019

Eric Dobbins, Tyler Gutosky and Kevin Padilla are Triad Regional Export Initiative (TREI) Interns at the Global Opportunities Center. Check […]

Michael Frierson presents FBI KKK, a documentary about his father

March 20, 2019

Michael Frierson recently gave a presentation to the upper school at the Greensboro Day School on his documentary FBI KKK, a documentary […]

Alumni Joseph Izzo is a production manager for Oscar Winning film

March 4, 2019

Joseph Izzo, MST Class of 2005, was one of the production managers on Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse that won the […]

Student Stories

Students shoot video with UNCG Chancellor

Students from MST 485 Client Based Video recently shot an interview with Chancellor Frank Gilliam


Congratulations to Media Studies Senior Tumaini Johnson, winner of Tribeca Campus Docs Grand Prize!

Tumaini Johnson’s Film 41 Shots was one of eight grand prize winners in the Tribeca Campus Docs (2018) special category, which screened at the prestigious Tribeca Film Festival in New York City. Johnson’s 41 Shots is a restorative justice film, dramatizing the 1999 brutal police shooting of 22 year old Guinea Immigrant Amadou Diallo.