Undergraduate Program | Programs Offered
The Department of Telecommunications offers four credentialed undergraduate programs of study: a major in telecommunications, a minor in telecommunications, a certificate in new media and interactive storytelling, and a certificate in game studies. Students may earn only one of these credentials.
Major in Telecommunications
Telecommunications majors study a broad range of electronic media. Areas include radio, television, cable, satellite services, telephony, multimedia, and the Internet. There are three areas of study:
Minor in Telecommunications
Requirements: A minimum of 15 credit hours in telecommunications, including:
- Two courses from among T101, T205, T206, and T207.
- Three additional telecommunications courses with at least 6 credit hours at the 300-400-level.
These limited certificate programs are for students who do not major or minor in Telecommunications. If you are a major or minor in Telecommnications and have an interest in these topics, see the Department's full Program in Game Design.
Certificate in New Media & Interactive Storytelling
Includes digital radio and television, Internet applications, and video games.
Certificate in Game Studies
For students who want to focus specifically on designing and building interactive games.