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Digital Media Studies Minor - NYC (18 credits)

This requirements of this minor are three core courses and three elective courses with at least one course in both Critical Thinking and Digital Production/Technology. 


Required Courses: (18 Credits)

Because this minor is multidisciplinary, to satisfy requirements students must select courses in philosophy and at least three other disciplines.  For further information about this minor, see Chair of Philosophy and Religious Studies.

THREE Required Core Courses (10 credits)

COM 242New Communication Technologies and Moral Panic

3 credits

COM 244Digital Cultures

3 credits

FSS 296MDigital Television Field Production

4 credits

One to TWO Critical Thinking Electives (3-6 credits)

COM 113Media, Culture, and Society

3 credits

COM 311Ethics, Morality, and the Media

3 credits

INT 198HComputers and the Surveillance Society

6 credits

MUS 149How the Entertainment Industry Works

3 credits

PHI 290Philosophical Perspectives on Technology

3 credits

POL 245Politics and Media

3 credits

SOC 301Popular Culture and Change

3 credits

One to Two Production/Technology Electives (2-5 credits)

ART 186Digital Design I

3 credits

ART 196JDigital Photography I

3 credits

ART 296XVideo Animation

3 credits

CIS 102WWeb Design for Non-Profit Organizations

3 credits

CIS 133Social Media

2 credits

COM 228Writing for Convergent Technologies

3 credits


DMS 393 (300-level Digital Media Studies Internship course (3 credits).

Total Credit Hours: 18

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