M.A. in Media for Social Justice Information Session

The M.A. program in Media for Social Justice (MSJ) is a groundbreaking advanced degree program in which students learn to integrate three core elements: transmedia production, social entrepreneurship, and media studies with a documentary emphasis. We are a nationally accredited graduate program in Woodbury University’s School of Media, Culture and Design.  The program is one-year (+internship) with evening/weekend/online scheduling to accommodate working professionals.  Social media course offerings are included, and students complete a thesis project and a professional media portfolio.


Saturday, January 30, 2016

Entertainment Media Screening Room

1-4:30 pm



1 pm                                      Check In

1:15 pm                                 Introduction by Nicole Keating, chair of MSJ program

1:50  pm                                Transmedia Workshop

2:30  pm                                Social Entrepreneurship Workshop

3 pm                                       Faculty and student panel discussions

3:30 pm                                 Closing Statement w/ Q & A and Raffle;

4 pm                                      Campus tour/ Admission information

4:30 pm                                 The End


For more information, please contact our Graduate Admissions Counselor,

Angela Robinson-Wheaton:

[email protected],



Register for MSJ’s Open House!


  1. T. 818.394.3338 | F. 818-394-3366


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