Multimedia Storytelling BA | Queens University of Charlotte

BA IN Multimedia Storytelling

Knight School of Communication

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Tailor your study to your preferred setting: newsroom, broadcast studio, production booth or sports arena.

Multimedia storytelling majors prepare for careers in storytelling across media platforms. Students in this program take courses in the foundations of journalism, experience traditional and new media and invest their practice through engagement in the context of local and global communities.

Knight Crane Hall

Multimedia storytelling students study in the newly renovated Knight-Crane Hall. The renovation included technology upgrades to create a state-of-the-art physical space to support the school's work as Charlotte's digital media hub. The space also features innovative digital, video, audio and distance-learning capabilities.


Past students have developed hands-on experience with local enterprises that have national reach including:

Mary Stringini

"My four years as a student in the Knight School allowed me to apply my curiosity and discover people’s unique stories in a way that could prepare me for a suitable career. I was not satisfied simply discovering someone’s story. I wanted to share that amazing story with others. Journalism was the way I was able to do that." - Mary Stringini '16 

  • American City Business Journals
  • Bunim-Murray Productions
  • Charlotte Hornets
  • The Charlotte Observer
  • Carolina Panthers
  • The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
  • FoxCarolina
  • Susie Films
  • WBTV
  • WCNC
  • WFAE Radio (NPR affiliate)

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Through the Knight School of Communication you will have the opportunity to learn from experienced faculty who are passionate about their field. Each team member has extensive knowledge and background, and will work closely with you as you pursue your degree. Meet your professors

Community Engagement

The Queens Knight School of Communication is a national leader in the study of digital and media literacy; our faculty spearheaded the local digital literacy educational organization, Digital Charlotte. We've also established the first curriculum partnership ever with Google Fiber. You will have the opportunity to study and practice digital literacies across media platforms. You will also find that employers are hiring people who can help navigate and manage the complexities of internet-based, social and participatory media.

In addition to volunteering with Digital Charlotte, journalism and digital media majors may be interested in the Queens Chronicle, Project Airwaves and Lambda Pi Eta. Learn more about student clubs and organizations.

Queens Rio Study Abroad
The Yes/And PromiseStudy Abroad
Our students traveled to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janiero, Brazil, to create digital media packages, explore culture and report on the locale as they partnered with a university there. The "Queens in Rio" study abroad trip was named the 2017 GoAbroad Innovation New Program. Plans are currently underway for the 2020 Tokyo Games.
Chloe Rosario
Student StoriesChloe Rosario '19
"The professors at Queens have many networks throughout Charlotte which has helped me meet people in this industry and learn from them. They also have many experiences of their own both within the community and throughout the world which has given me the opportunity to learn from different perspectives.”
A class of students gathers around production equipment
The Yes/And PromiseInternships
Charlotte is the 16th largest city in the United States and a top 25 media market. This city is the perfect place to gain experience in a newsroom, broadcast studio, production booth or sports arena.

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