Union University

Digital Media Studies

Digital Media Studies

The digital revolution has dramatically changed the way we think, communicate and interact. These new technologies demand new ways of thinking and creating. Union’s Digital Media Studies (DMS) is a unique program that will prepare you to become a marketable digital media specialist who can step into a variety of fields and circumstances to provide leadership. Because the digital media landscape is constantly changing, our program strives to teach you how to adapt to new technologies by understanding the processes behind the development of digital media. READ MORE

Multiple state-of-the-art labs serve as the teaching space for Digital Media Studies majors. The Digital Media Studies Lab, located in Jennings Hall, is the home for many communication arts and graphic design courses. This Mac-based lab contains 16 computers along with many peripherals geared toward creating digital and print media. These computers are equipped with a wide range of the latest software including photo manipulation, illustration, page layout, non-linear video editing and multimedia applications. Additionally a fully outfitted television studio, a professional audio laboratory and a non-linear video editing suite is located in close proximity to the DMS lab.

The Computer Science Lab, located in the Penick Building, supports the Computer Science courses. This PC-based lab allows you to work with multiple operating systems including Linux and various flavors of Windows. Geared toward programming and analyzing computer systems, this lab is equipped with software that will allow you to create and manipulate the digital world.

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4/15/14 - Josh Stephens, junior digital media studies major, accepts seven total awards for his short film
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Josh Stephens, junior digital media studies major, accepts seven total awards for his short film "Hunter" at the 11th Annual Union Student Film Festival. - Amanda Rohde

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4/15/14 - Caleb Shore, junior broadcast journalism major, receives an award for his work on the long-form film
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Caleb Shore, junior broadcast journalism major, receives an award for his work on the long-form film "Paradigm" at the 11th Annual Union Student Film Festival hosted by James Watlington, junior media communications major, and Sam Jones, freshman digital media studies major. - Amanda Rohde

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2/24/14 - Ethan Smith, senior digital media studies major, looks through sample resumes during a digital media studies seminar held by the Vocatio Center for Life Calling and Career. - Jacob Moore
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Ethan Smith, senior digital media studies major, looks through sample resumes during a digital media studies seminar held by the Vocatio Center for Life Calling and Career. - Jacob Moore

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2/24/14 - From left, seniors Daniel Young,Tommy Woods and Ethan Smith take notes during a digital media studies seminar held by the Vocatio Center for Life Calling and Career. - Jacob Moore
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From left, seniors Daniel Young,Tommy Woods and Ethan Smith take notes during a digital media studies seminar held by the Vocatio Center for Life Calling and Career. - Jacob Moore

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Contact Information
  • Chris Blair, Discipline Coordinator
    cblair@uu.edu - 731-661-5371
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