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B.F.A. in Communication Arts

The distance between Madison Avenue and Hollywood, between the blogosphere and the editing suite is closer than ever. The communications industry of the 21st century demands professionals who can span that distance—professionals with multiple skills, who can utilize multiple platforms—digital, visual, written—to produce and disseminate their messages.

This kind of versatility is characteristic of NYIT Communication Arts graduates: news people who can write, edit and deliver a news story on-air and on the internet; new media specialists who design, digitize, animate and publish Web sites; television specialists and filmmakers who write, direct and edit for television, cinema and the Web.

Communication Arts students may focus on the converging aspects of the traditional media, programming and production for television and film, audio recording—radio and audio, advertising/public relations, print and electronic journalism, corporate and international communication.

Our newly equipped laboratories also permit study and experimentation in the latest aspects of digital and motion graphics, web design and new media which may be integrated into multiple media platforms including the web.

All NYIT Communication Arts students receive a solid conceptual grounding, hands-on instruction in the practical aspects of the discipline, and digital literacy on the latest equipment. Through this combination of learning and doing, of time-honored principles and timely applications, our students learn how to function successfully in the new, integrated world of communications.

For additional information, please consult our Undergraduate Catalog.

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