Major in NMAC

New Media & Communications
Study changing culture, media, and the arts in a digital world Develop technical literacies and critical thinking skills Learn skills like digital writing, video production, and Web site design Work with a highly trained, interdisciplinary faculty Prepare to meet the ever-increasing challenges of a high-tech world

What is NMAC?
New Media and Communications is an interdisciplinary Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree that emphasizes theory and production with a solid foundation in cultural studies and writing. Understanding the importance of communication in a global, technological economy, we train our students to critically engage the culture of mass media while teaching them to contribute thoughtfully to it.

What Do Majors Study?
All students take courses in writing, theory, production, and cultural studies. Students may choose courses in creative writing, digital storytelling, film production, digital photography, writing for digital media, and Web-based portfolio design. NMAC emphasizes reading and writing throughout the curriculum. The NMAC curriculum is flexible, providing majors the opportunity to focus on their interests.

Where do graduates work?
Our graduates are employed throughout Central Georgia with firms or institutions such as WMAZ, Fox, The Macon Telegraph, Macon State College, Mercer University, and the Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins. A number now attend or have attended graduate school, and two of our graduates have gone on to be college professors. Many are free-lance artists and media professionals.

Department of Media, Culture, and the Arts • mca.maconstate.edu • facebook.com/msc.nmac • (478) 471-5792 • Macon State College