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Earn your bachelor's in Culture and Media Studies from MarylhurstRequest Information
Marylhurst University offers a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Culture and Media. This is a diverse program that combines methods and insights from anthropology, literary theory, media studies, history, sociology, psychoanalysis, film studies, semiotics and philosophy.
As a graduate with a degree in Culture and Media Studies, you will be positioned to make significant contributions in fields that require analytical skills and practical sensitivity to cultural differences, such as education, international policy and business, the nonprofit sector, community organizing and activism, and new media.
A path to graduate school
We'll provide you with a strong foundation in critical, interpretative, communicative and writing skills which prepare you for graduate work in most fields, especially law, education, the social sciences and disciplines within the humanities.
Culture and media curriculum
Our principal focus is historical and contemporary social life, the political nature of popular contemporary culture, and the way meaning is produced through various social practices (media), beliefs (religious and political), and economic structures within a given culture.
In-depth areas of study
As part of the required coursework, you will take courses in the following areas:
- gender studies
- global studies
- media and film studies
- American studies.
In addition to the above topic areas, you'll have the opportunity to take elective coursework in social philosophy, history, environmental studies, communication studies, literature, psychology, business and social sciences. With the guidance of your academic adviser, you will determine the right mix of elective courses that best align with your career and personal goals.
No foreign language required
Marylhurst's Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) programs don't require the typical two years of foreign language. Instead, students focus on major courses within culture and media and complete a general Marylhurst core that features content aimed at increasing knowledge and skills in the liberal arts - such as critical thinking, problem-solving, writing and multicultural competency.
To graduate with a bachelor's degree, you must complete a total of 180 credits:
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Marylhurst accepts transfer credits
More than 90 percent of Marylhurst students transfer in credits to help complete the 180-credit requirement. Learn if you have prior college credit that can transfer into the B.A. in Culture and Media Studies program with a free transfer evaluation.
$6,000 Scholarship for Phi Theta Kappa members
Marylhurst offers Phi Theta Kappa (community college honors society members) a renewable annual scholarship of up to $6,000 for those pursuing their bachelor's degree with us. This is a renewable scholarship, which means you receive the amount each year you are enrolled at Marylhurst. The only qualification to receive the scholarship is that you are a Phi Theta Kappa member. If that's you, connect with our Office of Admissions at email@example.com or call 503.699.6268 to learn more.
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