The Minor in Film and Media Studies combines three emphases—media history and theory, experiential learning in media creation, and media and social justice—that are grounded in the program faculty's understanding of the study of media to be inextricably linked to questions of power, rights, human development, and self-determination.
The science and practice of communications is an area of expertise and engagement across Georgetown schools.
Faculty across disciplines specialize in areas ranging from political communications and media relations to technological innovation. The university also offers a number of communications and journalism programs, including an executive master’s degree in Global Strategic Communications. Georgetown’s Washington, D.C., location provides students access to career opportunities at an array of internationally recognized public relations firms and journalism, communications, and media organizations.