Find your voice, develop your storytelling talents and pursue your vision through the department’s undergraduate programs.
The Electronic Media and Film 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.
Towson’s Media Center gives you the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in creating your own productions. Take advantage of our Media Labs which provide equipment and space for video, audio, and multimedia production. Pursue an Internship to build vital career experience. Explore the opportunity for Scholarships, the potential to Study Abroad, and the chance to join vibrant Student Organizations.
EMF will host department visits with tours of the facilities at 9:30 a.m. on the following dates.
On these dates prospective students, admitted students, and potential transfer students can meet with a department representative to have their questions answered and tour the facilities available to students in our major. Visit the Department Tours page for maps, times, and information.
Speakeasy is a new EMF Film Society that debuts this semester on Friday afternoons! The double features are jointly programmed by student members and their faculty advisor Mat Bainbridge.
Towson Alumni Mike Flanagan and Jeff Howard premiere their 10-episode reworking of Shirley Jackson's classic novel "The Haunting of Hill House" on Netflix on October 12th. "This is one of the best shows of the year, and one of the most truly chilling of all time."
EMF Professors Michael Duffy and Marc May review the latest films each week in their series Silver Screen Radio on WTMD radio. Recorded by Professor Adam Schwartz.