Media & Communication Minor
Media & Communication minors learn about the history of media as well as have the opportunity to study various special topics in media and communication.
You will be introduced to different creative processes and understand how to balance and assess various stakeholder concerns during the creative process. You have hands-on experience working on various forms of media development and build a well-rounded portfolio of work.
Benefits of a Media & Communication Minor
- Develop further skills to think analytically and independently
- Learn the principles of many different forms of media, such as print and broadcast journalism, advertising, television, and public relations
Castleton also offers a major in Media and Communication.
Media & Communication Minor Requirements
These requirements are from an excerpt from the University Academic Catalog, which outlines the requirements for a student to earn the distinction of being a Castleton University graduate. The complete catalog is available online.
This minor is offered by the Media & Communication Department. Any student may earn a minor in Media & Communication by taking 18 credits in Communication courses. The department recommends that students work with an advisor in the Media & Communication Department to develop a sequential course of study and/or to determine a minor by contract.