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This course will introduce students to 'the visual,' both in production and critique. This course provides students the opportunity to further their own understanding of what "visual culture" is and how they both can critically create and consume the various products of that culture. In addition, this course will help students create, develop, and cultivate the knowledge base they will need to successfully complete the Visual Communication and Culture minor.

Distribution: Humanities and Fine Arts General Education course

Visual Communication and Culture Minor

Students may earn a minor in visual communication and culture by taking 18 hours in classes approved by an adviser to align with the underlying philosophy of the minor. Six of the hours must include Introduction to Visual Communication and Culture ( JMC 3700 ) and Visual Communication and Culture Capstone ( JMC 4200 ). The remaining 12 credits will come from both within the School of Communication (at least six credits/two classes) and outside the school (at least six credits/two classes). Nine of the total hours in the minor must be at the 3000-4000 level.