- Undergraduate Program
Minors and Interdisciplinary Minors
Minor in Communication
A minor in Communication allows students to complement another major with the essential knowledge and skills that the study of communication provides. In this way, students increase their versatility, adding several key abilities:
- analyzing, understanding and solving problems
- communicating and connecting in a diverse world
- utilizing technology in effective and ethical ways
Students may earn a minor in Communication by taking:
- 1000: Human Communication and Culture
- 2400: Media and Society (3 credit course)
- Choose between: CMM 2100 Journalism Newswriting OR CMM 2120 Message Design
- PLUS: 12 hours of communication electives (at least 6 hours must be at the 3000 or 4000 level.) For a total of 21 credit hours.
For more information about the minor in Communication, contact Dr. Elizabeth Richard, Director of Undergraduate Studies.
Related Interdisciplinary Minors
The Department of Communication has collaborated with several areas in the College and University to offer students a more expansive educational experience.
Currently, the following interdisciplinary minors are offered in conjunction with the Department of Communication:
Other interdisciplinary minors of interest to our majors include: