Media and Communication Studies students at The Catholic University of America are a tight-knit community of active media interpreters and media makers. Students are highly engaged with their professors and peers in analyzing our media-saturated environment.
Through internships and courses designed to maximize the opportunities provided in Washington D.C., our students are both participants in and explorers of the world’s most prominent institutions and organizations. To graduate with a degree in Media and Communication Studies from Catholic University means to be well prepared with the most sought-after skill sets in today’s career marketplace.
Our internship program provides students with meaningful pre-career experiences, interacting with professionals in the media and communications industry. Our location in Washington, D.C., opens doors to a wide range of internship opportunities.Learn More
The opportunities Catholic University offers students to study abroad complement the Media and Communications curriculum, expanding our students' understanding of the cultural contexts in which media is created and consumed.Learn More
Check out the 90-plus student clubs and organizations on campus, including many related to particular fields of study, athletics, social life, faith life, and cultural identity.Learn More