Media & Communication Studies - MINOR
The minor in Media & Communication Studies offers students a robust set of courses designed to prepare them for tomorrow’s ever-changing media work. Students receive a well-rounded survey of media theories by taking coursework alongside Media & Communication Studies majors and studying with program faculty. The minor provides an opportunity to develop a rich acquaintance with production tools and technologies as well as hone one’s skills in writing, research and analysis. Topics reflect the historical and contemporary interests of the field across all major media, from photographs and motion pictures to music and news.
Media & Communication Studies
|MCST1005||Introduction to Media & Communication Studies||3|
|MCST1150||Introduction to Media Production||3|
|or MCST2450||Writing in Digital Media|
|or MCST2030||Media Texts|
|or MCST2050||Media Audiences|
|Principles: Choose one of the following electives: *||3|
|Critical Perspectives on New Media|
|Radio, Records and Popular Music|
|History of Photography|
|Media & Popular Culture|
|Special Topics in Media Studies|
|Practices: Choose one of the following electives: *||3|
|Advanced Business Communication|
|Introduction to Food Writing|
|Introduction to Fashion Writing|
|Food Media Presentation Skills|
Students are responsible for meeting prerequisites.
If a minor course is listed as a major course in a student’s major program, the student must choose additional courses from an elective list to complete the minor. Please see the Minors, Specializations and Certificates page for additional information.