||Best Four Years
(BFY): The School of Communication recently moved into the new $10
million Frances L. Wolfson Building. How has housing the school in one
facility improved your ability to educate your students?
Luis: Moving into our new $10 million building has improved the education of our students in many ways. Having all the different majors together has created a synergy between all disciplines enabling students to make life-long contacts that may help them further their profession in later years. Also, they have the advantage of attending all their communication classes under one roof.
The School of Communication at the University of Miami boasts a new facility with state of the art equipment.
Students are offered a broad selection of majors that include: Advertising, Broadcasting, Communication Studies, Journalism, Media Management, Motion Pictures, Photography, and Public Relations.
describe the types of equipment that students are using at the Wolfson
(BFY): Miami is
offering a new major in media management. What types of jobs will this
prepare students for? How is the curriculum tailored to this degree?
|Luis: This is training
and knowledge for media professionals. Media Management majors will be
prepared to tackle all types of media situations. They will have the
knowledge of both motion picture and video management and will become
the people who will run the studios.
(BFY): Are there any special requirements for getting involved in your cable TV shows and WVUM-FM radio station?