New Media Communications
Offered on Corvallis campus and via Ecampus.
The Multimedia minor is designed to prepare students for a variety of careers in media and allied fields in which knowledge of and skills in mediated communications are an integral part of professional activity. A Multimedia minor will allow students from across campus to complement their chosen field of study with an understanding of multiple disciplines from a new media perspective. It is possible for students to complete the minor entirely through Ecampus or at the Corvallis campus.
For students majoring in any subject offered at OSU, the minor must include 20 credits not used as part of the student’s major program and all courses for the Multimedia minor must be taken for graded credit.
A total of 32–36 credits is required for the minor, with 12 of these at the upper-division level (300–400.)
BA 260 can only be added during Phase II of the registration process for non-Business majors.
Multimedia Core (20)
BA 260. Introduction to Entrepreneurship (4)
CS 195. Website Design (4)
NMC 101. Introduction to New Media Communications (3)
NMC 240. Survey of Social Media (3)
NMC 255. Introduction to Sound Design (3)
WR 201. *Writing for Media (3)
Choose four of the following:
ART 263. Digital Photography (4)
BA 351. Managing Organizations (4)
COMM 385. Communication and Culture in Cyberspace (3)
FILM 245. *The New American Cinema (4)
MUS 493. Basic Recordings Technique (3)
NMC 279. Media Literacy (3)
NMC 280. Global Media (3)
NMC 306. Art and Culture Content Creation (3)
NMC 409. Practicum (1–3)**
NMC 427. *Digital Pornography (3)
PS 315. *The Politics of Media (4)
WGSS 320. *Gender and Technology (3)
* Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC)
** NMC 409, Practicum, can be taken for a total of three credits over two-to-three terms. Typically one credit is accomplished per term.