Creative Media and Entertainment

MajorMinorBachelor of Arts
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Craft Your Media Future.

Dive into the world of content creation with Butler’s Creative Media and Entertainment major, where the emphasis is on the entire production process—from conceptualization to completion. As a student in our program, you’ll explore the dynamic realms of television, film, websites, and interactive media, gaining hands-on experience in digital video production, editing, graphic design, animation, and web design. Our curriculum is crafted to provide a comprehensive skill set, encompassing both traditional and emerging media forms, offering you a robust foundation upon which to construct your future careers.

Program Information


Sample courses in this program include:

  • CME 109 – Fundamentals of Videography and Video Editing
  • CME 111 – Introduction to Creative Media and Entertainment
  • CME 209 – Basic Studio Production
  • CME 211 – Authorship in Film and Television
  • CME 309 – Documentary Production
  • CME 409 – Narrative Production
  • SPM 405 – Sports Newsroom

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What Creative Media and Entertainment Offers

Students study how experienced decision-makers and media producers create and distribute media to engage audiences and then develop their own content from pre-production planning to a finished communication product.

Industry-focused coursework and hands-on experience from day one.

Access to state-of-the-art facilities including industry-standard recording studios, editing suites, and digital production studios.

Studies in digital video production, editing, graphic design, animation, and interactive media.

Well-developed internship program taps students into a rich network of professional  contacts 

A broadening of students’ overall life experience, including international study opportunities. 


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Cutler Armstrong
Senior Lecturer – Eugene S. Pulliam School of Journalism and Creative Media
College of Communication
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Christine Taylor
Associate Professor – Eugene S. Pulliam School of Journalism and Creative Media
College of Communication
Professor Taylor teaches at Butler University in the Department of Entertainment Media and Journalism.  As a professional, she worked behind-the- scenes in network control rooms and at the local level as a freelance editor. Her national media…
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Emma Bronsteader, a Creative Media and Entertainment and Sports Media double major, served as a production assistant intern for the 2022 Beijing winter games.

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Whatever path you’re interested in pursuing, there’s a place for you at Butler.


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