Credit total is based on a 3-credit internship (DMJ490) and corequisite 1-credit Internship Seminar (DMJ491).

Students majoring in Digital Media Programming & Management ("Media Management") 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)
DMJ1013
CMM1043
DMJ2243
Required Media Management Introductory Courses (10 Credits)
DMJ2213
DMJ2154
BUS3253
Required Media Management Advanced Courses (10 Credits)
DMJ3233
DMJ3504
DMJ4343
Required Elective Courses (9-11 Credits)
Select one of the following media theory, studies, and practice courses:3-4
DMJ321
DMJ331
DMJ343
DMJ347
DMJ393
DMJ432
DMJ452
DMJ458
DMJ464
DMJ499
Select one of the following media production courses: 3-4
DMJ340
DMJ388
DMJ440
DMJ300
Select one of the following business practice courses: 13
BUS201
BUS215
BUS250
BUS271
Required Capstone (3 Credits)
DMJ4443
Required Internship (4 Credits) 2
DMJ4903
DMJ4911
Total Credits45-47

This eight-semester plan (see important details) is intended to guide a first-year student through a four-year undergraduate career, with completion of an academic major and all college-wide degree requirements. The plan is designed as an advising tool – a starting point for careful discussions between a student and his/her academic adviser. In consultation, the student and adviser will adjust the plan to accommodate the student’s prerequisite needs, transferred credits, and other such variables.

Students are responsible for reviewing their Progress Reports each semester to track their own progress toward degree requirements.