EMAC Core (24 credits)
All students take the following required courses:
|Introduction to Communication Theory (COMM-1510)||4 Credits|
|Introduction to Visual Communication (COMM-2610)||4 Credits|
Students select 2 of the courses listed below, per specific concentration:
All students are strongly encouraged to take the additional course in their humanities core or free electives.
|Media Studio: Imaging (ARTS-1020)||4 Credits|
|Digital Filmmaking (ARTS-1030)||4 Credits|
|Music and Sound (ARTS-1010)||4 Credits|
Students take the following course:
|Art History/Theory (Course varies according to concentration.)||4 Credits|
Students select 1 of the writing courses listed below:
|Rhetoric and Writing (WRIT-2110)||4 Credits|
|Writing for Promotion and Marketing (WRIT-4170)||4 Credits|
|Proposing and Persuading (WRIT-4550)||4 Credits|
|Writing for Classroom and Career (WRIT-1110)||4 Credits|
Concentration (36 credits)
Intermediate Courses (16 credits)
Each concentration includes four intermediate courses that are related to the advanced courses in the concentration (and fulfill prerequisites for the advanced courses.) Students will select four intermediate prerequisite courses (16 credits) from a list of courses specific to each concentration. Students must take at least one course from Arts and at least one course from C&M.
Advanced Courses (12 credits)
Each concentration includes three advanced courses (12 credits) at the 4000-level. There should be sufficient depth in each concentration to create a list of at least six advanced courses from which students may select three courses. At least one course from the list must be from the other department (Arts or C&M).
Required Thesis Sequence (8 credits)
All EMAC majors take two semesters of Senior Creative Seminar (this seminar will also include EARTS majors). The first seminar is offered in the fall; the second one in the spring. The first seminar is a prerequisite for the second one.