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Communication and Media

“Media” is a fascinating concept—unlike in the days of limited channels (like television, radio, and newspapers) these days media channels can run throughout nearly everything we do. The Internet and social media have changed the playing field, and a student in any major will benefit from a minor in Communication and Media to understand how commerce and culture are affected by this incredible phenomenon.

Communications and Media

Program Description

As a Communication and Media minor, you’ll gain a broad understanding of the news and multimedia career fields, beginning with a general introduction to media and progressing into the ever-changing realm of media law. You’ll also have an opportunity to choose among classes that teach you the principals of writing for news, television, or film.

Minor Requirements

A total of 24 credit hours is required for the Communication and Media minor.

Required Courses
COM 208 Introduction to Media (3)
COM 213 Media Literacy (3)
COM 362 Media Ethics (3) 
COM 420 Media Law (3)
9 credit hours from any COM 300-400 level courses

Choose one course from below
COM 232 Writing for Short Subject (3)
COM 234 Writing for Television (3)
COM 220 Newswriting I (3)
COM 216 Film History (3)

4 Year Plan

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Communication professor Tracey Eaton continues a successful career of investigative journalism and reporting.