Our classes are taught in state-of-the-art computer labs and classrooms. The department has two well-equipped media labs as well as an emerging TV/Radio production and broadcast facility. The networked labs are equipped with the latest software and served by in-house servers and databases. Separate Mac labs designed for advertising, graphics, photo-journalism, and multimedia are equipped with appropriate film and flatbed scanners, CD/DVD drives and burners, DV decks, and printers. The Professor Idorenyin Akpan Digital and Multimedia lab and production facilities are housed in the new ultra-modern Robert Pastor E-Library.
Upon completion of all degree requirements, students will receive a Bachelor of Science in Communications and Multimedia Design, with a concentration in any of the following:
To be allowed to declare a concentration, students must be in good academic standing and must have completed 60 credits (at least 30 of them in CMD courses).
Students in consultation with the program Chair, may elect to declare a no-concentration option - in effect pursuing a general degree in communications and multimedia. Such an option (which involves two courses from each concentration in addition to Major requirements) prepares students for a comprehensive understanding of the various disciplines in the profession.
Several of our graduates work in various fields of communications while some others are pursuing Postgraduate programs in some of the most prestigious schools in North America & Europe