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Communication and Broadcast Media

The minor in Communication and Broadcast Media encourages an appreciation of communication as the basis of shared meaning, provides interpersonal competencies that benefit graduates in any workplace, and offers advanced coursework in Communication required in high-skill, high-wage jobs. Students may earn a minor in Communication by successfully completing 18 credit hours, comprising three credits of required coursework and 15 credits chosen from specified electives, as seen below.

COM 265Introduction to News Writing3
Select five of the following:15
Science and Technology Communication
Digital Photography
Introduction to Media
Sports Writing
Advanced Speech
Mass Communication Law and Ethics
Aviation and Aerospace Communication
Mass Media and Current Events
Environmental Communication
Media Relations I
Communication and Organizational Culture
Visual Design
Nonverbal Communication
Media Relations II
Communication and Society
Applied Cross-Cultural Communication
Introduction to TV Weathercasting
Field Production and Video Editing
Total Credits18