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Media, Film, & Journalism Studies

Empowering you to create a purposeful life

We are committed to exploring the ways in which media and communications connect us with the world and how these relationships help shape the societies in which we live.

As a student within Media, Film & Journalism Studies, you'll develop critical thinking skills. You'll apply your broad-based understanding of communication in ways that better your own life and in the broader community in which you live. You'll cultivate a curiosity for personal creativity and sharpen your analytical and artistic literacy. 

Our faculty equip you with the tools, background and knowledge to succeed professionally and personally. We empower you to create a purposeful life that exceeds your expectations. 

MFJS welcomes Director of Technical Services  

Ethan Crawford

MFJS is happy to welcome a new Director of Technical Services, Ethan Crawford. Ethan, who has been a part of DU's Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW) team for the past ten years, most recently served as GSSW's Digital Instruction Specialist. 

Ethan has a strong background in educational technology and more than fifteen years of experience supporting collaborative leadership among educators and students. He also brings experience in digital storytelling and documentary production, and has worked as a journalist, web developer and event producer with Free Speech TV, Educause, and Ignite Denver.  

Ethan has been a member of the university’s sustainability council and is on the program committee for GIS in the Rockies. He is currently pursuing a graduate degree at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies. 

Join us as we welcome Ethan! 

New graduate program

We are pleased to share with you the news about exciting changes to our graduate programs. These changes will take effect in fall 2016. Read more.

Read our MFJS Newsletter

Each quarter, we publish a newsletter with updates about upcoming events, student and faculty highlights and features stories. Read our fall newsletter

Visit DU

One of the best ways to determine if DU is the right fit for you is to schedule a campus visit. Meeting students, visiting with faculty and getting an in-person feel for the campus are important indicators during your college search. The Office of Undergraduate Admission offers daily visit programs which include an information session, campus tour and meeting with our enrollment specialist in MFJS. If you are a prospective undergraduate student and are interested in a daily visit, please schedule your appointment online.

Prospective graduate students and those who have applied to a MFJS or IIC master's program are encouraged to schedule a campus visit. Contact our director of graduate studies, Adrienne Russell, at  Adrienne.Russell@du.eduor email IIC@du.edu and we will develop a customized visit for you.