Our English for New Media program gives a traditional English degree a jolt of new technology, preparing our graduates to take on new media forms with their experience and skills in writing, literature, and language.
Our graduates are ready to work with texts in any form; from paper to digital to video and beyond.
Benefits of studying English for new media at DSU
DSU publishes two major publications: a bi-weekly student newspaper, the Trojan Times, and a literary magazine, New Tricks. As a student, you can submit stories or photographs. You can also apply for a staff position to gain valuable editorial and publishing experience.
DSU supports undergraduate research and internships in the department. Our undergraduates have presented their research at professional conferences—and you could too. For students interested in graduate study, this is essential.
Grants and scholarships are also available for English majors.
At DSU, you'll go beyond pen and paper. You'll complete assignments using modern communication tools like web publishing platforms and content management systems. You’ll also use the latest software to create, analyze, and respond to a variety of texts.
Possible job titles
- Web Writer
- Publications Specialist
- Multimedia Producer
- Social Media Manager
See what classes you’ll be taking with our plan of study.
You can always contact us with any questions—or just to talk about what is possible.