Resources for Prospective Students
The Department of Media, Film and Journalism Studies takes pride in preparing our students for a variety of careers that engage you creatively, drawing on the experience you cultivate here as media and communications professionals. We are excited to welcome students looking for a socially-involved and stimulating program.
With four different majors, a minor, graduate certificates and two master's programs, our internationally recognized faculty provide guidance to help you build a successful future. We are dedicated to helping you stretch your critical understanding of how media representation and global communication influence our contemporary world, equipping you to emerge from your studies as innovative thinkers and ethical problem-solvers.
Prospective Undergraduate Resources
We are here for you every step of the way, making sure your higher education studies are tailored to your goals and passions.
Our department offers four exciting majors for our undergraduates as well as a minor for students seeking to delve into the program.
Find Your Admissions Counselor
If you have any questions during the admissions process, we are happy to help you. Our staff are ready to assist you with what you need.
Undergraduate Financial Aid
We never want our students to miss out on their ambitions due to financial issues. DU's Financial Aid office is there to help any of our students pay through scholarships, grants and student loans.
Please reach out if you need any additional information. Making sure our students have the resources they need is important to us.
Students take their knowledge outside the classroom through student-run media outlets, community partnerships, internships and more.
Graduate Student Resources
Interested in joining the ranks of our well-known graduate program along with other intelligent academics?
Discover how our programs expand upon your previous studies and propel you even further into your career.
Graduate Financial Aid
We are here to provide you the resources and info you need on your aid options.
Along with the support our faculty and department provide, DU's career advisors are here to support you in your career and professional development.
If you have any questions about the program, please reach out to us. We are here to make the process easier.
David Boggs, International and Intercultural Communication MA '15 Learn more about MFJS Graduate Programs
"I was impressed with the University of Denver's growing reputation, but even happier with the smaller, intimate feel that the IIC program offered. It was exactly what I was looking for and needed in a graduate program."