School of Communication & Creative Arts prepares for move to Green Hall The Liberty University School of Communication & Creative Arts (SCCA) will be united under one roof in Green Hall come fall 2016. SCCA, along with the Liberty Studio & Digital Arts (SADA) Department, will be moving into the space currently occupied by the indoor track facility. According to […]Read more
The practicum that allows students in the Digital Media and Communication Arts (DMCA) department the opportunity to work with 90 Seconds Around Liberty is coming to an end with the spring 2014 semester.
According to the Chair of Digital Media and Communication Arts Bruce Kirk, there are a […]Read more
Students attend a two-day journalism workshop and receive insight from alumna and industry professional Digital Media and Communication Arts (DMCA) students gathered April 17 and 18 for the two-day journalism workshop featuring Pittsburgh’s WTAE morning news anchor and Liberty alumna Michelle Wright. The conference, which is the first of its kind for the department, drew 50 students studying print and […]Read more
Two groups from Miller’s Advanced Video Production class have been contacted about their Doritos commercials Students in the Department of Digital Media and Communication Arts (DMCA) have accepted the challenge to compete in the Doritos Crash the Super Bowl VIII contest. According to professor Pamela Miller, there were three groups in her COMS 483 Advanced Video Production class that chose […]Read more
COMS becomes DMCA, creates opportunities The department of Digital Media & Communication Arts (DMCA), formerly the Department of Communication Studies, is inviting students to hone and develop their skills by taking part in the department’s new endeavors. “We have the Liberty Flames Sports Network, LFSN, where our students can now interface with the work that’s going to happen for that […]Read more