MINOR IN COMMUNICATION STUDIES GER (For the Classes of 2012 and 2013) As of 8-24-2011 Communication Studies is an interdisciplinary minor designed to prepare students for a wide range of career options in the communications field. Potential careers include those in public relations, advertising, print and broadcast journalism, convergent media, writing for organizations, writing for the World Wide Web, and digital media production. 6 courses are required for a minor in Communication Studies. Note that students should follow the suggested course sequence as well as adhere to individual course prerequisites as outlined in the course descriptions in the on-line catalog. Contact: Owen W. Gilman, Jr., Ph.D. Director, Communication Studies Department of English 610-660-1891 email@example.com Required: COM 200 Communications Theory and Practice COM 201 Ethics in Communications COM 491 Communications Internship* *This can also be satisfied with existing internships in the three main disciplines, ART 491, ENG 492, and MKT 490. Choose 3:** ENG 261 Introduction to Journalism ENG 271 New Media Writing ENG 471 Visual Rhetorics ENG 261 Writing for Organizations ENG 361 The Art of Editing ART 173 Digital Photography I ART 191 Introduction to the Film ART 282 Writing and Directing I ART 288 Documentary Workshop ART 384 Digital Cinematography MKT 301 Integrated Marketing Communications MKT 321 Advertising MKT 323 Media Management MKT 324 Public Relations MKT 313 Marketing Ethics **This is a sample of the course options which complete the minor. Select courses from History, Linguistics, Philosophy, and Theology can also be used.
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