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Department of Communication
Media Production with a Biblical Worldview Theme
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Department of Communication

Media Production with a Biblical Worldview Theme


  • Associate Degree
  • Undergraduate

60 credits

required for program

60 credits

60 credits

required for program

Learn from experienced Christian professors to understand principles of media production and its relationship to faith in today's world. The associate’s degree in media production with a biblical emphasis is designed to develop skills in audio and video production, story structure, and general educations courses, with an emphasis on the Bible.

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Why study media production at Northwestern?

Our small classes allow our experienced professors to guide and mentor you while you grow in your faith and your knowledge of media production.

You will expand your communication skills, explore the liberal arts, and immerse yourself in Scripture while learning to work through different media platforms.

If you enjoy working with technology and communicating through audio or film production sounds fascinating to you, this might be the right associate's degree for you.

What will you learn?

You will gain an appreciation for technology and develop strong written and verbal communication skills.

Some classes include:

  • Audio Production
  • Video Production
  • Story Structure
  • Christianity and Culture
  • Spiritual Formation
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There are a variety of career and academic pathways that begin with an associate's degree in media production.

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Meet your professors


Professors at Northwestern are focused on their students first. Our faculty include experts in their respective fields who want to help you grow in your faith while you earn your degree.


Meet the entire department

Ann Sorenson, MFA

Professor of Communication

Ann Sorenson served as Theater Director at Minnehaha Academy for 12 years before coming to University of...

Mark Seignious, M.A.

Chair, Department of Communication

Mark Seignious worked in radio for 20 years before joining University of Northwestern. He has worked at eight...

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