|Choose three:||COMM 263 Digital Media.Social Media|
|COMM 367 Emergent Media & Web Culture|
|CSCI 220 P4 Media Technologies|
|ENGL 382 Digital Literacies|
|Choose three:||AMST 220 P3 Ranking America|
|ANTH 106D P5 Cross-Cultural Interaction|
|ANTH/ARTS 228D P3 Introduction to Museum Studies|
|APIT/COMM 369 Web Design|
|ARTS 112D Digital Art|
|COMM 100 Introduction to Mass Communication|
|COMM 270 Introduction to Public Relations|
|COMM 363 Web and Social Media Analytics|
|COMM 468 Advanced Web Design|
|CSCI 130 Cyber Law|
|CSCI 140C P2 Computer and Internet Ethics|
|CSCI/DIGC 158 P4 Introduction to Media Computing|
|CSCI 161 P4 Foundations of Computer Science I|
|DIGC 265 P1 Special Topics in Digital Cultures|
|DIGC 267 P4 Special Topics in Digital Technologies|
|DIGC 271 Video Game Design I|
|ENGL 361 Writing with New Media|
|ENGL 380 Visual Rhetoric|
|MGMT 357 Information Technology Management|
|MKTG 418 Internet Marketing|
|MSTI 131 Introduction to Educational Technology|
|PSYC 282 Cognitive Processes|
Notes on Minor Requirements
- Only one course from the student’s major may also be used to satisfy a requirement in the Digital Cultures and Technologies minor.
- No more than three courses from any one department may be applied to the minor.
- The minor may include no more than two courses at the 100 level and must include at least two courses at the 300 or 400 level.
- Students may select four core courses and choose two electives.
A grade point average of 2.00 is required for all courses taken in residence that may be applied to the minor.