Find your voice, develop your storytelling talents and pursue your vision through the department’s undergraduate programs.
The department engages a new generation of enthusiastic artists, entertainers and communicators to share media in bold and unconventional new ways. We will inspire you, foster your talents and skills in a nurturing environment and empower you to succeed in an evolving digital world. Expand your knowledge and experiences, shape how you express your ideas and heighten your understanding and awareness of the media and its powerful traditions and exciting future.
Explore the potential of film, video, audio and new media and discover the link between liberal arts and professional training – between theory and practice. Build communities and create partnerships that encourage artistic, social and cultural diversity.
You will become fully aware of the transformative power of the media and your role in responsible civic engagement. You will get first-hand experience through the department-operated HD television studio, an HD cinema and a media laboratory with cameras, lighting and audio equipment, studios, editing/post-production suites and radio production rooms.
Get Hands-on Experience
Towson’s Media Center gives you the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in creating your own productions. Take advantage of the journalism, multi-media, video and audio labs.
Your Vision, Your Voice
Learn more about the program from our faculty and students in this video.
The department supports and encourages every student to study abroad during their college career. Find out how you can incorporate a study abroad experience into your academic program and pursue course work in some of the world’s largest media markets.
Get help financing your education. A number of scholarships are available for majors in the department. Award amounts may vary.
EMF Department Tours
EMF will host department visits with tours of the facilities on the following dates this semester. On these dates prospective students, admitted students, and potential transfer students can come and meet with a department representative to have their questions answered and tour the facilities available to students in our major.
June 24, 2016
July 29, 2016
August 26, 2016
September 23, 2016
October 28, 2016
November 11, 2016
December 09, 2016
All visits will begin in Media Center, Room 103, at 9:30 am and conclude with the tour of the media center facilities. This is not a general campus tour. Parking can be located in the Glen Garage. Consult this interactive campus map.
Call Kim Merriken, 410-704-3184 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your visit today.
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News & Events
Artist in Residence Ramona Diaz wins Guggenheim Fellowship
Documentary filmmaker Ramona Diaz, who will be an Artist in Residence with the EMF Department in Fall 2016 was just awarded a prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship.
Prof. Tomlinson honored at the International Animation Society ASIFA East Awards
Prof. Lynn Tomlinson received two awards at the International Animation Society ASIFA East Awards, held at the New School in New York. She was honored with Excellence in Animation Filmmaking from Women in Animation NYC and Third Place for Independent Film. The Metropolitan Museum of Art will be purchasing her film The Ballad of Holland Island House for their Family Films program and it will be in the permanent collection of MOMA's Education Department.
EMF Alum Mike Flanagan receives Distinguished Alumni Award
Mike Flanagan, director of Oculus and Hush received the Distinguished Alumni Award from Towson University.