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Digital Media minor

A digital media minor consists of a minimum of 18 credits and requires two 1000-level courses, two 2000-level courses, and two 3000-level courses. The specific 2000- and 3000-level courses are determined by the student and academic advisor as listed below.

Digital Media Minor Course Options

Complete the following courses:

  • COMM 1120: Mass Communication
  • DIGM 1145: Electronic Media in the Arts

Choose two of the following courses:

  • ART 2135: Fundamentals of Graphic Design
  • ART 2163: Digital Photography
  • COMM 2155: Introduction to Radio and Podcasting
  • COMM 2160: Digital Media
  • DIGM 2110: Web Design
  • DIGM 2115: Digital Illustration

Choose two of the following courses:

  •  ART 3115: Digital Projects
  • ART 3135: Graphic Design II
  • ART 3190: Studio Lighting/Commercial Photography
  • COMM 3015: Advanced Digital Media Production
  • COMM 3017: Special Topics: Advanced Video Production
  • COMM 3125: Advanced Audio Production
  • DIGM 3110: Web Design II
  • ENGL 3010: Special Topics in Creative Writing: Screenwriting
  • ENGL 3011: Special Topics in Creative Writing: Playwriting
  • FILM 3011: Special Topics: Film as History*
  • FILM 3013: Special Topics: Zombie Films*
  • FILM 3030: Special Topics: Science Fiction Films*

*Students may only use one FILM Special Topics course to satisfy the minor requirement.

Students may not minor in their major field of study and must declare their minors prior to registering for GRAD audit at graduation. Consult the program coordinator to determine if additional minors are available. The College does not guarantee the availability of all courses necessary for all minor options.

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