(46-48 credits)1


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Majors in Digital Media Programming & Management (known informally as "Media Management") prepare for management positions across the various media, including such areas as advertising, global media systems, law, research, and programming. Students develop the necessary knowledge and skills through theoretical and practical courses ranging from research and writing to business and managerial courses. The program ensures full exposure to new and emerging technologies and the business functions associated with them. For many, classroom study is put to the real-world test via internships with leading media companies.

Media Management students must complete at least two Business courses (one core course and at least one elective). A required internship and a senior capstone experience in media convergence complete the 45-47-credit plan of study. During the capstone, students will develop their own creative and business proposals and prototypes of digital media content distribution.

General Requirements:

  • Grades of at least C- are required for courses to count toward majors in the Department of Digital Media & Journalism.
  • A 2.0 average in Department of Digital Media & Journalism courses is required for degree application.
Required Foundation Courses (9 Credits)
DMJ101Media and Society3
CMM104Public Speaking 3
DMJ224Media Industries3
Required Media Management Introductory Courses (10 Credits)
DMJ221Introduction to Advertising3
DMJ215Digital Storytelling4
BUS325Marketing 3
Required Media Management Advanced Courses (10 Credits)
DMJ323Digital Media Content and Technology3
DMJ350Media Research Methods4
DMJ434Global Media3
Required Elective Courses (9-11 Credits)
Media theory, studies, and practice:
Select one of the following:3-4
Milestones in Documentary
History of American TV
Media Criticism and Aesthetics
Media Ethics
Digital Media/Journalism Selected Topic
Media and Popular Culture
Mass Media Law
Capstone Seminar in Multimedia Reporting
Digital Media/Journalism Modular Course
Media production:
Select one of the following:3-4
Photojournalism
TV Studio Production
Introduction to Digital Animation and Visual Effects
Field Production
Business practice:
Select one of the following: 13
Financial Accounting
Principles of Management
Legal Environment of Business
Required Capstone (4 Credits)
DMJ444Digital Media Convergence4
Required Internship (4 Credits) 2
DMJ490Internship in Digital Media/Journalism3
or DMJ461 Legislative Gazette
DMJ491Internship Seminar1
Total Credits46-48