Media Literacy


Certificate
18 credit hours

School of Communications/Communications and Journalism Department

Media Literacy is a critical thinking skill that is applied to the source of most of our information—the channels of mass communication. This certificate program provides non-majors with tools that will enable students to learn to communicate, using a variety of media, including: audio, video, print, graphics, and interactive media.

For information on general requirements for the certificate, see Certificate Program Policies and Procedures.

Required Courses

  • MEDC 1630 Media Literacy (3 hours)
  • MEDC 2630 Studies in Media Literacy (3 hours)
  • MEDC 3190 Introduction to Media Research (3 hours)
  • MEDC 3900 Topics in Media Literacy (3 hours)
  • MEDC 4110 Media and Digital Culture (3 hours)
  • MEDC 4850 Seminar in Media Literacy (3 hours)
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