Digital Media (DMA)

Assistant Professor Moak, Chair

The Digital Media program is a rigorous, hands-on experience wherein students learn to tell stories through the various mediums of digital media. Digital Media is a fast-growing field, and is expected to continue to grow during the next decade. Digital Media professionals work in advertising/public relations agencies, e-commerce businesses, and multimedia design firms, among others, to shape the way the modern world works, learns, communicates, and plays. Majors learn to apply critical thinking skills to practical work. Typically, Digital Media careers require skills in oral and written communication; understanding of the interdisciplinary nature of digital media; ability to understand audiences; creative talent; ability to work in teams; and time management skills. Students majoring in Digital Media will meet professionals in the classroom, as well as the workplace.

The Digital Media major is an interdisciplinary program requiring 45 semester hours. Students will graduate with an understanding of foundational media competencies, the ability to use media to articulate a point or demonstrate a concept, and a personal vision for the creation of original multimedia content.


Digital Media Major Basic Track (B.A.) – 45 hours to include:

  1. Core Courses -  COM 210, 250, 309, 370, 440, 450, 490, FLM 105, 210, 215, GDS 110, 112, 240, 320, and BUS 320.


    The basic track also requires fourteen suggested general electives. Electives include: BUS 327, COM 310, 340, CSC 111, 112, 121, 122, 404, FLM 110, 205, 310, GDS 400, 488, MUS 021, 231, 380, 381, 384, and 392.

Honors Program: The communication department offers opportunities for students to enroll in honors courses from its department.  The following are courses that may be taken as honors courses:  COM 201, 210, 300, 309 and 440.  For students majoring in this department, one must pass a minimum of nine hours of honors courses within the discipline and a minimum of nine hours from the honors courses of other departments.  Each course must be passed with a B or better.  No more than 18 hours are required for the honors degree.  For other honors program policies, see "Honors Program" found in the "Administration of the Curriculum" section of this catalogue.

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CAS - Child Advocacy Studies
CES - Classical Education Studies
CHE - Chemistry
CJU - Criminal Justice
COM - Communication
COS - Council Studies
CSC - Computer Science
CWR - Creative Writing
DAN - Dance
DMA - Digital Media
ECO - Economics
EDU - Education
ELT - English Language Teaching
ENG - English
ESL - English as Second Lang
FAM - Family Studies
FLM - Film Production
FRE - French
GDS - Graphic Design
GER - German
GRE - Greek
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HNS - Honors
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HUM - Humanities
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IDS-Interdisciplinary Studies
IST - International Studies
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LDS - Leadership Studies
MAT - Mathematics
MML- Ministry Leadership
MUS - Music
NUR - Nursing
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PSC - Political Science
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SMA - Sports Management
SME - Sports Medicine
SMT - Sales Management
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SPA - Spanish
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TDS - Tradigital Studies
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