Mass Media - Interactive Media
The Interactive Media sequence in the Mass Media major helps students discover the many facets of how computer and web design have significantly changed the international landscape.
Students interested in visual design elements, computer layout and similar areas often find careers in web design, computer message design consulting, digital photography layout and similar areas.
Significant course-work in this sequence includes: Communication Technologies and Impacts, Graphic Communication, Photography, Non-Broadcast Television, Media Ethics, and Media Regulations.
Point of Pride
The School of Communication’s state-of-the-art Social Media Analytics Command Center is the first of its kind in the Midwest. The center is dedicated to studying social media analytics and strategy.
Why study Mass Media - Interactive Media?
Mass communication is the process that begins when someone observes what is happening, analyzes and interprets that information and transmits it to an audience through a variety of media. The mass media industry may be roughly divided into six basic areas of endeavor; advertising, public relations, journalism, information, entertainment, and research.
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