Our facilities

Our home is the newly renovated Franklin Hall, right next to the Sample Gates at the west entrance to campus. Some broadcast and production classes are in the Radio-Television Building located on Seventh Street.

The facilities inside both buildings are second to none. Whether your focus is on broadcast, journalism, media or game design, you’ll learn in state-of-the-art surroundings with professional-grade equipment.

We also house several centers and institutes that further expand opportunities for education and research.

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Our programs

We offer degree programs at every level intended to prepare students for a variety of careers.

Undergraduate programs:

  • Bachelor of Arts in Journalism
  • Bachelor of Arts in media
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts in cinematic arts
  • Bachelor of Science in game design

Graduate programs:

  • Master of Arts in media arts and sciences
  • Master of Science in media
  • Doctorate in media arts and sciences
Three students read a paper at the Indiana Daily Student office in 1953.

Our history

While The Media School was established in 2014, it includes schools and departments that have a rich history. We are home to the 100-year-old journalism program and the more than half-century-old telecommunications and film studies departments.

Learn more about our history