The Integrated Media concentration begins with the idea that communication majors are interested in a wide variety of methods to get their messages heard. Significant changes in the radio and television business and the World Wide Web have provided great possibilities for effective communication. The integrated media concentration provides students with opportunities to explore those possibilities and sharpen their God given communication interests and abilities in the worlds of digital audio, digital video and multimedia storytelling.
|18 credits beyond COM 203 and 204|
|*COM 140||Radio Production or COM 145 Video Production|
|(Take the one not chosen for Communication Core)|
|COM 240||Media Presentation|
|COM 245||Writing for Integrated Media|
|*COM 250||Electronic Media: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow|
|COM 340||Advanced Audio Production|
|COM 345||Advanced Video Production|
|*COM 350||Principles of Multimedia|
Geneva prepares students for a wide range of environmental careers through a B.S. degree in environmental science and an engineering concentration in environmental technology.