Media and Communications

Media and Communication Arts

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Where Theory Becomes Practice Take your communications career to the next level by becoming a master of the written and spoken word and developing skills in contemporary digital content production. Our students put their skills to the test by: ■ Producing oral and written communication for traditional and viral messaging ■ Managing programs, processes, and people in the media industry ■ Gaining hands-on experience in HD field and studio production ■ Working one-on-one with leaders in the field Access to the Newest Industry Technology Students have full access to Pace's digital video Communications Center for all their production needs. The center is equipped with professional digital equipment such as HD DSLR cameras, HD camcorders, and digital audio recorders; AVID and Adobe Creative Cloud on 5K iMacs for editing video, audio, and photos; a soundproof audio recording studio; a TV studio and a sound stage; and a dedicated screening room that features digital video projection and a 92" screen. A Network that Works for You Pace University is home to one of the largest internship placement programs in the New York metropolitan area and conveniently located near numerous media and Fortune 500 companies. With our critical connections to faculty and alumni who are established communications professionals, it's no surprise our students and graduates have their pick of positions. An internship is a requirement of the major. $62,000 average salary for graduates with a MA in Media and Communication Arts Degree (Source:

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