The New Media Communications program offers an interdisciplinary curriculum, which enables students to gain exposure to other areas in the School of Arts and Communication.

In the Digital Communication Arts major, students complete the core requirements, two elective courses in the major, and a specialty to attain the BA/BS/HBA/HBS or BFA in Digital Communication Arts.

Core Requirements (33–35 credits)

All declared majors take the courses listed under the core requirements.

Please visit the Digital Communication Arts Bacc Core playlist located in the Core Courses, Minors and Double Majors page for list of suggested Bacc Core classes to take.

Elective Requirements (6-8 credits)

Students must take one class from each of the two areas outside of their own specialty area as part of the core requirements

Specialty Requirements

Students have the opportunity to focus their studies on a particular part of the discipline of New Media Communications. Students in Media Management and the Media and Society specialties must complete a minimum of 5 courses within the specific specialty. Students may also choose the BFA in the Production specialty. 

Total=48–51 credits for the BA/BS degrees

Total=98–107 credits for the BFA


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