Become a multimedia professional

Whether you’re looking to build on an undergraduate degree, polish your existing skills or remodel your professional expertise, the Elon Interactive Media program provides the knowledge you’ll need to meet job market demands. Recent graduates have found success working in news, advertising, production and market research.

Excel in a competitive job market

Mike Sales standing in front of a Nascar sign.

Mike Sales ’11
Senior Director of Creative Design, NASCAR
Charlotte, North Carolina

Without question, the skills I gained through the iMedia program got me the job at NASCAR. Elon helped me advance beyond senior manager to senior director. The network I established was incredibly helpful. I would not be here without the degree.

Gain a solid foundation

Grace Krafte with the Google logo.

Grace Krafte ’14
Interactive Designer,
New York, New York



Coming into iMedia, I had limited coding experience and no formal knowledge of user experience. The program was completely transformative and I gained extremely valuable front-end development and interactive design skills. I remember browsing jobs and naming this exact position as my dream job. It never would have been possible without the skills I gained in iMedia.

Get your passport ready

Erin Turner standing in front of a giant O.

Erin Turner ’16
Former Social Media and Marketing Community Manager,
The Oprah Winfrey Network
Los Angeles, California



Having the opportunity to talk about my experience working on digital marketing for a nonprofit company in another country really changes the way employers view my ability to think globally.

Outcomes that matter

Nick Margherita with videogame imagery behind him.

Nick Margherita ’15
Video Editor,
Take-Two Interactive
New York, New York



When potential employers learned that I earned my master’s degree in interactive media and was well-versed in multiple skill sets in addition to video production, my resume rose to the top of the list.

Dig deeper into your interests

Jordynn McKnight with Switzerland's flag flying behind her.

Jordynn McKnight ’14
Integrated Designer,
World Economic Forum
Geneva, Switzerland



My professors challenged my thoughts and helped me evolve my ideas into something feasible and impressive. Those ideas were then fed with industry news, technologies and new software discoveries, helping me to better communicate my capstone in a digital experience that was on par with modern design, development and production standards.

Access industry-standard software and equipment

Ashley Deese Eldredge standing in front of a building.

Ashley Deese Eldredge ’13
Manager of Digital Media,
Smithsonian Education Center
Washington, DC







What really stood out to me about Elon’s interactive media program was the access to all the tools that I needed to succeed. I had a large range of cameras, audio equipment, software, hardware and editing studio space at my disposal. There was always someone on staff to answer any question or offer recommendation on how to best complete my project. This was incredibly useful when I wasn’t sure how I was going to bring my idea to life.