Whether for undergraduates or graduates, future media scholars or artists, non-profit or industry leaders, Comparative Media Studies/Writing offers a wide range of superior programs and courses.
Comparative Media Studies
- Graduate program: A two-year program examining the social and cultural impact of the changing media landscape.
- Undergraduate studies: Includes a major, minor, and concentration.
- Graduate Program in Science Writing: A one-year program for English and science majors, freelance writers or journalists seeking a specialty, working scientists, and others in which to learn the art and discipline of science writing.
- Undergraduate offerings: Includes majors in creative writing, science writing, and digital media, and a minor and concentration
Access a huge, free digital collection of our undergraduate and graduate courses through MIT OpenCourseWare — including syllabi, readings, lecture notes, videos, and more.
Short, industry-focused courses taught by our faculty and researchers. They are designed to be hands-on, for application in one’s job or company right away. Open to registration by both individuals and groups.
Undergraduate Research Opportunities
MIT’s Undergraduate Research Opportunities (UROPs) connect MIT students with CMS/W faculty research.