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Integrated Media

The Integrated Media concentration teaches students to engage an audience through storytelling in a variety of mediums. The skills taught in the concentration prepare students for the worlds of broadcasting, multimedia and advertisement. The concentration pushes students to learn not only the technical skills of video and audio production, but also how to create projects that captivate and engage their audiences.

4-6 Courses, Selected from the Following:   * indicates required classes
* COM 140  Radio Production or COM 145 Video Production
* COM 145 Visual Storytelling
COM 240 Media Presentation
COM 245 Writing for Integrated Media
COM 240 Media Presentation
COM 330 Special Topics in Communications
COM 340 Advanced Audio Production
or COM 345 Advanced Video Production
* COM 350 Principles of Multimedia
* Two Practicum: COM 203 – Radio, COM 204 – Media Production

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Geneva Reading Series IV: "A New, New Hope"
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Symphonic Band to present Spring Concert
The 68-member ensemble will perform on Apr. 26 at 7:30 p.m.
GRADUATE PROGRAMS
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The award will be presented at the MSOL Serving Leaders Conference on Apr. 10.