Minor in Mass Communication
Society is becoming more reliant on digital media each day. Students interested in developing media skills are encouraged to select a Minor in Mass Communication. Coursework for the degree is designed to provide students with the ability to create digital media, along with strong communication, problem-solving, and leadership skills.
The Mass Communication minor requires students to complete 21 semester credit hours of coursework: the MCOM core courses plus two advanced MCOM, MCFL, MCJR, MCPA, or MCPD electives appropriate to the student's interests and career path.
All students declaring a major or minor in Mass Communication or Ag/Com are required to receive a grade of C or better in all MCOM, MCFL, MCJR, MCPA, or MCPD courses.
All students who choose to declare a major or minor in Mass Communication or Ag/Com will be required to pass the Pearson Grammar Competency Lab with a score of 80 percent or better before they will be allowed to register for 3000 or 4000-level courses in MCFL, MCJR, MCOM, MCPA, or MCPD. Please, visit the Grammar Module for additional information.
|Minor in Mass Communication|
|MCOM 1330||Media, Culture and Society Course will fulfill a component area in the core||3|
|MCOM 1332||Writing For Mass Media||3|
|MCOM 1371||Audio Production & Performance Course will fulfill a component area in the core||3|
|MCOM 2371||TV & Film Production||3|
|MCOM 4371||Mass Media Law And Ethics||3|
|Advanced MCOM, MCFL, MCJR, MCPA, or MCPD Courses||6|