International Communications Minor
Katalin Lustyik, Associate Professor and Minor Coordinator
The minor in international communications gives students from a variety of disciplines a broad knowledge of international communication theory and practice. It also provides knowledge of the global flow of information. Students have opportunities to relate theories and practices of international communication to their own disciplines.
This minor is not open to television-radio majors who have a declared concentration in international communications; it is open to all other television-radio majors. Television-radio majors with a minor in international communications will have the course TVR 12400 waived as a requirement for the minor, since that course is required for the major. Students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 in order to apply for this minor, but this minimum does not guarantee acceptance.
|TVR 12100||Introduction to Mass Media||3-4|
|or TVR 12400||Introduction to Media Industries|
|POLT 12900||Explorations in Global and Comparative Studies||3|
|or TVR 22000||Global Flow of Information|
|TVR 32400||European Mass Media||3|
|TVR 32500||Seminar in Development Communications||3|
|TVR 46200||Seminar in Geomedia||3|
|One additional elective from outside the Roy H. Park School of Communications 1||3|
Requires approval from the coordinator of the minor.