As the political center of Italy, a major economic capital of the European Union, and one of the most important cultural heritage sites in the world, Rome offers a unique opportunity for students of media and communication. Rome is home to the Vatican, Embassies, the UN Missions and many multinational corporations, and continues to be among the most popular destinations for tourists in the world. You'll have the opportunity to gain an international perspective on your field through coursework, excursions into the city of Rome, guest speakers, and an optional 3-credit internship in the fields of advertising, communication and social influence, journalism, media studies and production, or public relations.
- Courses in the fields of media and communication
- Guest speakers from media outlets, film production companies and communication organizations engage with students throughout the semester
- A variety of for-credit internships are available in fall, spring and summer I.