Marylhurst’s culture and media studies graduates are well prepared for 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. Because of the strong foundational skills you’ll develop in critical thinking and communication, you’ll also be prepared to move on to graduate work in most areas, especially law, education, the social sciences and the humanities.
The B.A. in Culture & Media Studies program is now accepting inquiries and applicants for 2017.
Culture and Media Degree: Sample Job Titles
A culture and media studies degree can lead toward diverse careers and job titles including:
- Diversity program coordinator
- Nonprofit program manager
- Community relations specialist
- Patient relations coordinator
- Teacher *
- Social worker *
- Legal advocate
- Student services coordinator
- Social services manager *
- Inclusion specialist
- Victim advocate *
- Grants writer
- Research/writing assistant
- Community impact associate
Requires additional training or graduate-level coursework.
Career and Internship Services
As a Marylhurst student, you will have access to our Career and Internship Services team who offer everything from resume help to internship placement. And this service continues beyond your years with Marylhurst, as an alum, you have access to career management and assistance from our hands-on, caring team.
Because most of our faculty are also practitioners in their specialized field, you benefit from their network. Connections and relationships you build during your program will give you a significant advantage in your career field.