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  Nov 21, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Media Informatics, B.A.


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The media informatics program can be found at the intersection of communication, arts, and technology, culminating in the relatively new field of digital media. Numerous exciting opportunities in multimedia development and production have emerged in the new millennium, stemming from advances in several sectors including the web, mobile communications, video gaming, and animated entertainment. Students seeking a career in one of these newly evolving industries will need a basis in both theory and practice in multimedia design, development, and deployment.

The media informatics curriculum will prepare students to create and deliver content with the end goal of developing engaging and effective interactive storytelling.

Students majoring in media informatics must complete 45 credit hours of study as outlined below, and take “ CMST 101 Public Speaking - OC (3 credits) ” or “ CMST 110 Introduction to Communication Studies - OC (3 credits) ” for the oral communication requirement of their general education program.

In addition, they are required to take “ EMB 100 Media Literacy - AH (3 credits) ” or “ JOU 110 Introduction to Mass Communication - SB (3 credits) ” to fulfill their culture and creativity or individual and society requirement of their general education program.

Four-Year Plan: Click here  to view the Four-Year Plan for this specific program. To find out more about Four-Year Plans, visit the Policies and Procedures  page.

♦  Indicates prerequisite.

Degree Requirements (45 credits)


Select three different courses from the following (9 credits)


Courses may come from different categories.

Select one College of Informatics course (3 credits)


(BIS, CIT, CMST, CSC, EMB, INF, JOU, LIN, MIN, POP, or PRE)

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