Media, Culture, and Communication Studies Minor
The Media, Culture, and Communication Studies (MCCS) minor is aimed at providing a focus for students who, while completing their humanities and social sciences electives, are interested in exploring the role of the digital technologies in the study of contemporary culture.
To earn the Minor in Media, Culture, and Communications Studies, students must select from the following courses, as listed below, earning a grade of "C" or better.
|HUMN4051||MEDIA CULTURE & COMMUNICATIONS||4|
|Select three of the following electives:||12|
|SOCIAL PERSPECTIVES JOURNALISM|
|APPLIED TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION|
|INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION THEORY|
|PUBLIC RELATIONS WRITING|
|WEB ANALYTICS & MEDIA RESEARCH|
|MEDIA & INNOVATION MANAGEMENT|
|INTRODUCTION TO ADVERTISING|
|COMMUNICATION WITH PHOTOGRAPHY|
|COMMUNICATING WITH VIDEO|
|GLOBAL ADVENTURERS & EXPLORERS|
|GRAPHIC NOVEL TO FILM|
|CONTEMPORARY ART & THEORY|
|MYTH AMERICA: FROM COLONIES TO CULTURE WARS|
|HISTORY OF AMERICAN FOLK MUSIC|
|SHAKESPEARE ON FILM|
|ART & TECHNOLOGY|
Special Topics courses in Humanities and Social Science (3800) when offered may satisfy one or more of the elective requirements1
All 3800 courses will require a Course Substitution Form submitted to the Registrar to insure they are applied to the Media, Culture, and Communications Studies requirement/s. Contact the Department of Humanities and Social Science for a list of courses available by semester.