New Media Communications Undergraduate Program
Advisor: Jeff Hale; 210 Gilkey Hall; firstname.lastname@example.org; 541-737-4587
New Media Communications
Program Learning Outcomes
Students who successfully complete the Digital Communications degree should be able to:
- critically analyze the application of technology to the legal, moral, practical, and artistic aspects of communication;
- create entertaining, informative, creative, and effective media content utilizing a variety of technologies and
- enter graduate study and eventually careers in academia;
- work in a fast-paced, diverse, dynamic and global environment;
- demonstrate critical, informed and curious perspective in any work environment utilizing sound, voice, music, photos,
video, visualization, animation, social media, artistic representation, and many other forms of creative expression
to tell stories;
- identify and explain communication processes, methods, products, and purposes for application development
- identify and reason through critical moral and legal dilemmas facing communication industries;
- analyze current social, political, economic, and cultural issues solved or exacerbated by the application of
communication technologies and emergent practices;
- synthesize communications research and theories to address contemporary communications problems;
- explain how institutional communications affect access, power, prestige, economic gain, and organizational action.
The New Media Communications (NMC) Option provides students with numerous opportunities to learn and participate in media related activities both on and off campus. NMC focuses on mediated storytelling and the new media technology that makes it possible. This focus within the broader discipline of mediated communications capitalizes on the historic strengths of Oregon State University. New Media Communications takes an innovative approach to the study of mediated communications and its impact on culture, technology and society.
Watch as former student, David Nicholas, talks about courses in New Media Communications at Oregon State University.
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Oregon State University
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