The Digital Technologies and Emerging Media (DTEM) major requires nine (9) courses.
- Departmental introductory course: COMM 1000: Fundamentals of Communication and Media Studies (new) or COMM 1010 - Introduction to Communication and Media Studies
- One Ethics, Law and Policy course.
- Two major introductory courses: DTEM 1401 - Introduction to Digital Technologies and Emerging Media and DTEM 1402 - Digital Cultures
- One DTEM methods course
- Four DTEM electives: Any course with the DTEM subject code may fulfill this requirement.
Up to two courses may be taken outside the Communication and Media Studies department to fulfill major requirements, to be determined on a semester-by-semester basis, from a list made available to students in time for registration.
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*Note: DTEM 1401 is a prerequisite for DTEM 1402.
*To become a digital technologies and emerging media major, a student must demontrate an earned cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better or receive written permission from the associate chair or chair of the department. In addition, no D-grade work will be credited toward the major or minor.
**Double majors may count up to two courses from another major within our department, excluding any course with a COMM designator.