An area of concentration in Media Communication includes coursework in both broadcasting and journalism. You will investigate mass media, from its institutions, history, and laws to the ways in which it impacts our culture. You are also able to create your own creative broadcasting and/or journalism projects. Media Communication is a versatile concentration and helps develop skills and understanding useful in a variety of settings.
|Concentration Requirements (Blocks 1 & 2)*||30 hours|
|JMC 1500 Introduction to Journalism & Media Communication||3 hours|
|JMC 2200 Media Storytelling I||3 hours|
|Additional 24 hours from Journalism and Media Communication (JMC).||24 hours|
|Block 3||15 hours|
|Comprised of a complementary or separate area of study than the Concentration (Blocks 1 & 2)|
|Elective hours as needed to reach 120 total credit hours|
|University General Education||40 hours|
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|TOTAL DEGREE||120 hours|
* Must include at least 12 hours of upper level credit completed at UNO
- An optional Allied Field of up to 9 hours may be taken from Communication Studies (CMST).
- JMC 2100 and 2104 Media Writing Lab and Lecture is required third writing course for this concentration.
- Most courses in the School of Communication require a 2.25 or higher grade point average.
- No course from a two-year institution which is also offered as an upper division course at UNO can be used in the area of concentration.
- Students interested in graduate studies should contact the graduate chair in the School of Communication to make sure necessary classes are taken to enter graduate programs.
|Students with an area of concentration in Media Communication may find careers in:|
|• Technical Communication|
|• Public Relations|