The New Media Interdisciplinary Certificate is a credential certifying the student’s understanding of and proficiency in new media. A student earns the certificate while completing a degree in his or her chosen field of study. Earning the certificate guarantees that a graduate is expert in the application of technology within a given profession. To qualify for the certificate students must complete seventeen hours with a B or better in designated courses: eleven hours of certificate core courses and six hours of elective courses.
- NMIX 2020
- NMIX 4110 (Prerequisite or Corequisite: NMIX 2020)
- NMIX 4220 (Prerequisite or Corequisite: NMIX 2020)
- NMIX 4221 (Prerequisite: NMIX 4220)
- NMIX 4510 (Prerequisite: NMIX 2020 & NMIX 4110)
- New Media Electives (6 Hours from List Below)
Course descriptions, offerings, and registration requirements can be found on the classes page.
Freshmen & Sophomores
Fall NMIX 2020; Spring NMIX 4110; Fall a new media elective; Spring a new media elective & NMIX 4220; Fall NMIX 4221; Spring NMIX 4510.
Total time: 6 semesters.
Sophomores & Juniors
Fall NMIX 2020 and NMIX 4110; Spring NMIX 4220 and a new media elective; Fall a new media elective; Spring NMIX 4221 and NMIX 4510.
Total time: 4 semesters.
Fall NMIX 2020 and NMIX 4110 and NMIX 4220 and 2 new media electives; Spring NMIX 4510 and NMIX 4221.
Total time: 2 semesters.
Students are required to complete an additional six hours of new media relevant coursework. Electives can come from the following list or students can petition to have a given course count as an elective by petitioning for special consideration.
ADPR 3110 Message Strategy
ADPR 3120 Media Planning
ADPR 3520 Graphic Communication
ADPR 5170 Advanced Graphic Communications
ADPR 5520 Advanced Graphics
ADPR 5710 Advertising and Communication Management
ADPR 5740 Advertising and Communication Campaigns
ADPR 5790 Advanced Graphic Communications
ADPR 5920 Public Relations Communications ADPR 5950 PR Campaigns
ARST 2800 Introduction to Computer Imaging
ARST 2810 Hypermedia
ARST 4800 Special Topics in Interactive Design
CSCI 1100 Introduction to personal computing
CSCI 2670 Theory of Computing
CSCI 4300 Web Programming
DRAM 5810 Computer Animation for Dramatic Medium I
DRAM 5860 Interactive Multimedia as Dramatic Medium
DRAM 5870 Interactive Multimedia and Live Performance
ENGL 4830 Writing for the World Wide Web
ENGL 4885 Introduction to Humanities Computing
ENGL 4888 Humanities Computing I: Knowledge Representation
ENGL 4889 Humanities Computing II: Applied Design
FILM 5640 Directing for the Cinema
HACE 3260 Computer Applications for Financial Planning
HACE 4350 Household Technology and Systems
JOUR 5580 Advanced Magazine Writing (including feature to Mashable)
JOUR 5850/7850 Information/Explanation Graphics
JOUR 5800/7800 Computer Assisted Reporting
MARK 4900 Marketing Strategies and Decision Making
MIST 2090 Introduction to Information Systems in Business
MIST 4610 Data Management
MIST 4630 Network-Based Application Development
MIST 5690 Web Development with PHP
MIST 5610 Business Applications of JAVA
MUSI 4130 Electronic Music Composition I
MUSI 5730 Electronic Music Composition II
NMIX 4200 New Media Technologies
NMIX 4310 Rich Media Production
NMIX 4490 New Media Directed Study
TELE 3210 Introduction to Production Basics
TELE 4250 Production
TELE 4450 Emerging Telecommunications Technologies
TELE 4270 Audio Production Special Consideration