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Mass Media Minors

Mass Media Minors

The minor in Mass Media: A minor can be developed in creative advertising, public relations, contemporary journalism or a combination of these areas. This option consists of 18 credit hours. Students must complete MM 100 Introduction to Mass Media, MM 199 Media Bootcamp, and one of the following courses: MM 202 Creative Media Writing and additional 9-12 credit hours selected in consultation with a Department of Mass Media adviser.

The minor in Film and Video: For students who are interested in a special minor in Film and Video, there is an option of taking 21 credit hours and completing all courses in the Film and Video sequence: MM 100 Introduction to Mass Media, MM 199 Media Bootcamp, MM 222 Cinematic Storytelling, MM 312 Digital Cinematography, MM 372 Digital Filmmaking I, MM 350 Film and Editing Theory, MM 405 The Documentary Film and MM 414 Digital Filmmaking II. Students interested in this option should visit with a Department of Mass Media adviser.

The minor in Applied Media: Undergraduates with majors outside of Mass Media often pursue careers that require skills taught in Mass Media courses, such as crafting effective mediated messages, managing social media campaigns or shooting and editing videos. The minor in Applied Media allows students to gain knowledge about digital tools and acquire hands-on skills that they will use to pursue the requirements of careers in their chosen majors. Students will complete 18 credit hours: MM 100 Introduction to Mass Media, MM 199 Media Bootcamp, MM 202 Creative Media Writing, MM 321 Visual Communication or MM 222 Cinematic Storytelling and an additional 6 credit hours selected in consultation with a Department of Mass Media adviser.

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