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Communications Concentration

The internet and digital technology are increasingly transforming the communications industry. As the communications industry migrates to new media, corporations and organizations need employees who understand the technology and can provide both written and visual content. Communications concentrators create this content--designing and developing written and visual content for print and digital media.

Students who opt for a concentration in Communications must complete four courses from the following, with at least three taken at the 300-level:

DCOM 298 Special Topics in Communicat
DCOM 340 Videography
DCOM 341 Editing/Post-Production
DCOM 343 Sound Design
DCOM 380 Advertising
DCOM 382 Producing Web & Mobile Comm.
DCOM 383 Mobile Media: His, Theor, Prac
DCOM 384 Digital Media Ethics
DCOM 385 Big Data & Storytelling
DCOM 387 Social Media: His, Theor, Prac
DCOM 398 Special Topics in Communicat
DCOM 465 Internet Marketing

Subject to the approval of the advisor, one course may be taken outside of the concentration and/or department.