New Media

The New Media Major at Molloy College is a 48 credit Bachelor of Science communications major that focuses on the culture, history and impact of our rapidly changing emerging media environment. Studies range from theory courses in digital media history to expression courses in video storytelling, civic engagement and critical making courses where students work with virtual and augmented reality, 3D printing, and Raspberry Pis.

The New Media program takes an academic approach to memes, online visual media, and digital culture. Majors can focus on digital writing, becoming a YouTuber, webseries, digital media literacy, or theoretical approaches to visual culture. Our majors grow academically with an interdisciplinary approach through Molloy College's phenomenal liberal arts education and become experts in the exciting and growing world of new media.

Why choose Molloy New Media?

New Media focuses on creativity, civic voices, and personal expression and empowers students to create and produce new and digital media. The New Media program is both a major and a minor and is located in the Digital Humanities and New Media Department. The New Media Program creates leaders and creatives in a rapidly changing digital environment. 

  •  Builds leadership qualities, individuality, and entrepreneurship
  •  Unique classes like GIF Making and Vlogging (YouTubers)
  •  Creative and inspiring tools to become a Maker with 3D printing, immersive tech like the Oculus Rift, creative coding classes, and interactive writing.

Author. Maker. Creator. Innovator. #MolloyNewMedia

The New Media program offers unique Digital Humanities projects in collaboration with #MolloyLife and The Office of International Education

See the documentary from our adventure to the Boyne Valley in Ireland in May 2016. Students created an interactive map of the region while exploring the historical region and its landmarks.

New Media majors share their experience!

It wasn't until the fall of my Junior year when I realized the New Media major was for me. After taking one course I fell in love with everything I was learning. I already use the technology that is quickly evolving for fun and keep up with trends and now I can make a living off of it. The New Media major has made me excited to learn, I am no longer afraid of what the future holds. With the skills I learn in New Media I know I will have a successful career.
Brianne Catalano - May 2015 Graduate

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Jamie Cohen
Digital Humanities and New Media Department
1000 Hempstead Avenue 104A Wilbur Hall Rockville Centre, New York 11571-5002