Today is Commencement. Congratulations to the Beloit College Class of 2022.

Department of

Media Studies

Direct and write your own films, work at a television station, report and edit the news: our media studies majors hone their craft in a one-of-a-kind program at a liberal arts college.

Media Studies

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A Beloit Production

If you have an interest in making and studying films or television shows, crafting news and feature stories, or writing about music, sports, and film, you should consider Beloit’s unique program in Media Studies.

Hone Your Craft

Requirements for earning a degree in media studies at Beloit include a range of courses on film, TV and the written word. From Nonfiction Video Production, Directing Fiction Film, Graphic Novel and Comics, Environmental Writing, and Music Journalism, students majoring in Media Studies will have a honed eye ready for the production studio.

Make your Mark

Media Studies majors complete internships and gain media-related employment on and off campus. Students can also supplement our media studies major in cities like Chicago and Washington, DC, and at international universities where they can earn credits towards their major.

Early Career Report: Sasha Vorlicky’19, Photographer and Filmmaker
Media Studies News

Early Career Report: Sasha Vorlicky’19, Photographer and Filmmaker

As a Beloit College student, Sasha Vorlicky’19 was involved in a variety of photography and filmmaking projects across campus. Today he’s involved in filmmaking and photography in New York City while working for an interior design and architecture firm. 
Eva Labson’05

Balancing on Ladders: A Career in Collections Management

Eva Labson’05 was looking for museum studies, a structured course of study, and hands-on learning opportunities when she applied to college. Beloit College offered all three, and prepared her for a career at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Kurt Sundstrom’87 inside the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Kalil House

It Was the Best: Learning to Read, Write, and Think Critically

Kurt Sundstrom’87 arrived at Beloit thinking he might pursue medicine. He left devoted to the humanities, which helps explain his role today as Senior Curator at the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, NH.


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