Minor in Sports Media
The minor in Sports Media 21 semester credit hour curriculum enhances instruction for students seeking careers in sports media. Students seeking jobs in sports broadcasting, sports journalism, and other sports areas will benefit from focusing their study in this subject area.
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 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 MCOM. The lab is offered free of charge. Please visit Grammar Module for additional information.
|Minor in Sports Media|
|MCOM 1332||Writing For Mass Media||3|
|MCOM 2374||Sports Media Production I||3|
|or MCOM 2371||TV & Film Production|
|MCOM 3026||Media Practicum 1||3|
|MCOM 4367||Reporting Sports Journalism||3|
|MCOM 4374||Sports Media Production II||3|
|MCOM 4379||Directing Multicam Productions||3|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Adm of Kinesiology & Sport|
|Sports In Contemp Society|
|Gender and Sport|
|Single Cam & Non-Linear Edit I|
|Field & Studio Audio Recording|
|Multi-Camera Field Production|
|Advanced Audio Production|
MCOM 3026 Media Practicum (Sports or The Houstonian - Sports)
Mass Communication majors will not be allowed to count courses required for their concentration toward the minor in Sports Media. Prescribed electives for the minor should be taken instead to meet the 21 credit hour total. Mass Communication majors will be permitted to count concentration electives toward the minor.
Prerequisites courses resulting in additional semester credit hours may be required, notably MCOM 1371 which may be taken as part of the University core.