Mass Media. Meaningful Ministry. 

Media Ministry: Concentration

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Creative storytelling meets Christian ministry.

Student-Led Media Platforms
The Vision (magazine). The Vision Online (website). WNGR ‘The Vibe’ (radio). And Vision-48 News (television). Four incredible programs – countless opportunities to master your craft.
Intern Partnerships
You need an internship. We’ve got options! Locally. Nationally. Even globally. Take advantage of our extensive network as you prepare to launch your career.
Diverse Electives
Audio/Video Production. Graphic Design. Photojournalism. Mass Media Management. Marketing. Public Relations. Cross-Cultural Communication. Christian Leadership. Even Biblical Interpretation (and more!)

Bring God’s Story to All People

The art of storytelling and the power of God’s story—media ministry connects the two. It’s more than a simple profession—it’s elevating your calling and your talents for an eternal purpose.

Expand the impact of churches, youth camps, mission agencies, and life-changing ministries. Engage your passions through graphic design, video production, radio, music, print, web, and more. Explore purposeful professions locally, nationally, even globally. All through a Bachelor of Arts degree in strategic communication with a concentration in media ministry.

What Can I Do with a Concentration in Media Ministry?

With a concentration in media ministry, you’ll be equipped to pursue various fulfilling career paths in the realm of religious communication and ministry. This specialization will prepare you for roles such as a multimedia producer, church communications coordinator, or online ministry director, where you can utilize digital media and communication skills to spread the word of Jesus Christ and and become a transformational leader within communities.

Additionally, you may find opportunities in non-profit organizations, religious institutions, or media production companies that focus on faith-based content, allowing you to make a meaningful impact through your work.

Audio Engineer

Communications Specialist

Media Producer

Social Media Coordinator

Video Editor

Web Content Manager

Experience Learning – In Studio and Across Campus

The Vision (Online & Magazine)

One incredible experience. Two award-winning publications. Countless ways to improve your talents. Writing. Photojournalism. Videography. Graphic design. Editing. Production. And more. Practice all of it while working for NGU’s magazine (The Vision) and news site (The Vision Online).

Vision-48 News

Television writing and producing. Studio operations and field production. Experience every aspect as a VisionTV staff member. Recognized by the SC Press Association as a leader in online student media, NGU’s VisionTV and VisionMedia are led by students like you.

Internships at Home and Abroad

Local news outlets, television stations, and radio broadcasts. Film producers, marketing agencies, and nonprofit organizations around the world. It’s your internship – and it’s anything but ordinary. Hone your craft. Expand your network. Perhaps even launch your career.

NGU Film Club

Join the student-led NGU Film Club and inspire Christian storytelling through video production. Collaborate with your peers to produce films. Write, direct, produce, and promote various projects. Then, showcase your work at NGU’s annual Red Carpet Film Festival. Even have your production judged by film professionals. It’s Christian media at its finest – all at NGU.

Empower Your Mission with Cutting-Edge Media Skills and Knowledge

  • Christianity and the Media
  • Studio Operations
  • Missionary Media Ministries
  • Media Law and Ethics
  • Communication Internship

Have Questions about the Media Ministry Concentration?

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Randall E. King, PhD

Associate Dean, School of Communication
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