Media and Technology

Instructor with Students

Welcome to the twenty-first century; our news now comes from a feed.  We constantly tweet, tag, text, blog and post. Technology has become a primary medium through which we communicate. This bachelors degree prepares professionals to be effective writers across a variety of mediums, as well as technically proficient users of the latest communication tools.


The BIS in Media and Technology is an on-campus, flexible bachelors degree option for professionals that can be completed part-time or full-time. Some courses are hybrid which means they can be taken on campus or online, and students can take a variety of accelerated 7 week courses that enable degree completion at a faster pace. Course credits from prior institutions can be transferred in and will be evaluated by the College of Professional Studies Admissions Team.

The Media & Technology program curriculum combines courses from Communication, Computer Science and the Villanova School of Business. This unique combination of courses will prepare you to communicate effectively in today's global and internet savvy market.


View or download the BIS in Media & Technology degree sheet.


Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies (BIS) Core = 45 credits

Students must complete 45 credits in the Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies (BIS) core curriculum

Media & Technology Major Core = 12 courses, 36 credits


Free Electives = 13 courses, 39 credits


Complete the online application: Visit the CPS Apply webpage to apply to the degree program. Application requirements include:

  • Application fee: $50. Can be waived by attending select on campus open houses or online information sessions. Visit the CPS Events webpage to see all upcoming events.
  • Transcripts: High school transcripts and official transcripts from all institutions of higher education where applicant completed coursework are required. Official transcripts may be submitted directly by the student rather than mailed by the institution but will only be accepted if received in a sealed envelope which has been signed or stamped by the appropriate official at the issuing institution.  If the student uploads the document into the student application, it will be considered an “unofficial” transcript. Villanova allows students to transfer up to 60 credits from other regionally accredited institutions; course grade is a C or higher; Villanova will evaluate its transferability towards the Villanova degree.
  • A current resume.

The College of Professional Studies Admissions Committee convenes bimonthly to review applicants. All documents must be received before the Admissions Committee will review an applicant.


Official Transcripts should be sent to:

  • Mail – Villanova University, College of Professional Studies, 800 Lancaster Avenue, Villanova, PA 19085
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Student Testimonial

Earning a bachelor’s degree has been a dream of mine for many years.  I was nervous to begin but the staff and advisors in the Part Time Studies office made it painless.  I find Villanova’s faculty to be highly accomplished in their respective fields and invested in the success of their students.  I am consistently challenged by the Media and Technology curriculum and am learning far more than I expected from Villanova’s liberal arts requirements.  I cannot speak highly enough about the excellent education I am receiving and the members of the Villanova community who are guiding me along my way.

--Susan Leighton