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NEW MEDIA

REAL EXPERIENCES. BIG FUTURE.

NEW MEDIA

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREE

New Media is one of the many contemporary and innovative programs that CWC offers. Join the program to master the fast-growing world of digital media. Study competitive abilities of internet creation and management through this exciting program. Gain applicable skills sought out by industries across the globe. Focus on building critical skills that center around interactive storytelling. Learn to utilize technology and new media to develop an online presence.

Apply this two-year degree to a wide range of career choices. Enter the workforce with a dynamic skill set in video technology, writing, web design, and photography.

Careers in:

  • Broadcast Journalism
  • Marketing
  • Public Information
  • Print Media
  • Television
  • Digital Marketing
  • Web Design
  • Website Content and Creation
  • Entertainment Management
  • Social Media
  • Editing
Course Number Course

Credits

ART 1177 Digital Imaging

3 credits

FILM 1100 Film Production I

4 credits

MDIA 1000 OR MDIA 2100 Intro to Mass Media OR Media Writing

3 credits

MDIA 2115 Website Structure & Style

3 credits

MDIA 2202 Audio Production

3 credits

MDIA 2235 Directing for New Media

4 credits

MDIA 2260 Interviewing

3 credits

MDIA 2280 Documentary

3 credits

MDIA 2300 Journalism for New Media

3 credits

MDIA 2455 Video Field Production

3 credits

MDIA 2970 Radio Practicum

3 credits

MKT 3210 Principles of Marketing

3 credits

Course Number Course

Credits

ART 2145 Digital Photography I

3 credits

COMM 2010 OR COMM 1030 Public Speaking OR Interpersonal Communication

3 credits

FILM 1100 Film Production I

4 credits

MDIA 1000 OR MDIA 2100 Intro to Mass Media OR Media Writing

3 credits

CourseCredits
Writing Level I  3
American & Wyoming Government 3
Math/APPM/Lab Science 3
A student must complete six (6) credits of general education courses distributed over two (2) different general education areas, one of which is either WR2 or ORAL. 3
University Studies 1

Total Credit Hours: 60

MEET YOUR PROFESSOR

Professor of TV/Broadcasting

Amanda Nicholoff brings experience from her professional career producing at NBC to the classroom.