In the Digital and Media Studies minor, students will gain an understanding of key concepts and theories in the study of digital media, an awareness of the intersection of digital media and other specific disciplines, familiarity with issues of technology and its role in shaping societal norms and values, the ability to bridge theory and practice, the preparation to become active and critically aware participants and producers of technology and the potential to compete for employment in a wide variety of fields that require expertise in digital media design, production, and criticism.
This minor requires that you take three core classes (9 credits) and at least three elective classes (9 credits) with at least one course (3 credits) in Critical Thinking and one course (3 credits) in Digital Technology/Production.
|COM 244||Digital Cultures||3|
|COS 242||New Communication Technologies and Moral Panic||3|
|FSS 230||Digital Television Field Production||4|
Updated: February 10, 2022