University of Indianapolis –School for Adult Learning Curriculum Guide for Digital Media Management Bachelor of Science SAL 101 DMM Effective 08/14 Return to Learning (New Student Experience) (3 credits) Return to Learning (3) (Must be taken the first semester enrolled in SAL.) English Composition (3 credits) ENGL 101 English Composition (3) (must demonstrate competency by taking the English Placement Exam or taking ENGL 100 prior to enrollment. A grade of C or higher is required to fulfill degree requirement. Competency may also be demonstrated through transfer credit from an approved university.) Literature (3 credits) ENGL 102 Western World Literature and Composition (3) (Must have earned a C or better in ENGL101) HIST 201 HIST 217 History (3 credits) World History to 1700 (3) United States History to 1865 (3) HIST 202 HIST 218 World History Since 1700 (3) United States History Since 1865 (3) Christianity (3) REL 200 New Testament Life and Literature (3) REL 300 Christian Ethics (3) Old Testament Life and Literature (3) World Religions (3) Natural Science (3-4 credits) BIOL 245 ENSC101 SOC 103 Ornithology (4) Environmental Science (4) Social Science (3 credits) Social Problems (3) Religion (3 credits) REL 100 REL 210 REL 310 PHIL 101 PHIL 201 ART 110 MUS 210 MUS 110 Philosophy and Ethics (3 credits) Introduction to Philosophy (3) Ethics (3) Fine Arts-Theory (2-3 credits) Art Appreciation (2) Music in World Culture (3) Introduction to Music (2) PHIL 110 PHIL 260 Critical Thinking (3) Asian Philosophy (3) ENGL 270 MUS 112 THE 110 Introduction to Creative Writing (3) Introduction to Jazz (2) Introduction to Theatre (2) Fine Arts-Applied (.5-3 credits) ART 100 ART 120 ART 130 ART 150 ART 230 ENGL 270 Art Experience (2) ART 101 Fundamentals of Two-Dimensional Design (3) Beginning Drawing (3) ART 140 Beginning Oil Painting (3) ART 220 Ceramics – The Potter’s Wheel (3) ART 261 Introduction to Creative Writing (3) Global/Local-Theoretical (3 credits) ANTH 200 GERO 301 IREL 100 SOC 200 Global Problems (3) ANTH 290 Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Aging (3) World Regional Geography (3) IREL 101 The Family: A Global Perspective (3) Introduction to Computers for Artists (3) Fundamentals of Three-Dimensional Design (3) Ceramics – Hand Building (3) Digital Photography (3) Images of “Indians” (3) Introduction to International Relations (3) EXD 101 Global/Local- Experiential (3 credits) Introduction to Experience Design (3) Computer Literacy (3 credits) COMP 150 Microcomputer Applications (3) Modern Language (4 credits) SPAN 101 Spanish Language and Culture I (4) (Students may demonstrate competency through level 101 with any approved Modern Foreign Language course.) Mathematics (3 credits) MATH 108 Discovery in Mathematics (3) *Must demonstrate math competency by taking Math Placement exam or successfully passing Topics in Math (non-credit). Consult with an Accelerated Program advisor for more information. Competency may also be demonstrated through transfer credit from an approved university. Communication (3 credits) COMM 100 BADM 231 . Public Speaking (3) Business Communication (3) COMM200 Business and Professional Communication (3) Required Support Coursework (3 credits) MKTG290 Introduction to Marketing (3) (Must be taken before beginning the DMM courses) Required Major Coursework (30 credits) DMM110* DMM210 DMM230 DMM320 Intro to Digital Media Mktg and Applications (3) DMM140 History of Social and Digital Media (3) Digital Journalism and Communication (3) DMM220 Social Listening and Reputation Management (3) Online Interpersonal Communications (3) DMM310 Content Management and Content Management Systems (3) Social Customer Relationship Management DMM330 Market Research, Metrics, Analytics, and Measurement (3) (CRM) in Digital Media (3) DMM404 Copyright Law, Legal Issues, Ethics and DMM410 Excellence in Digital Media Management (3) Capstone course Etiquette in Digital Media (3) * MKTG290 is mandatory before the DMM sequence can be started. All courses must be taken in a sequential format. The following courses are required and included in the hours satisfying the major : SAL101, ENGL101, ENGL102, SOC103, and MATH108. Electives (23-25 credits) Elective courses are chosen in consultation with an academic advisor. The elective component can be fulfilled by any college-level course offered at the University of Indianapolis or accepted in transfer from an accredited college or university. Students may use these elective hours to complete additional majors, minors, concentrations or certificate programs. Notes: 1. A student ID and university e-mail account are mandatory prior to enrollment in COMP150 Microcomputer Applications and all courses that use the university intranet or learning management system for class assignments. 2. The Bachelor of Science in Digital Media Management requires a minimum of 120 credit hours, with 48 hours in the major. 3. A grade of C- (1.7 on a 4.0 scale) or higher is required in all courses applying toward the Digital Media Management Major, including the support course. Students must earn a C- or above in each course to continue the sequence. 4. The orientation course, SAL-101: Return to Learning (3 credit), is required of all new students and must be taken the first semester of enrollment. 5. Student must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher in all accelerated courses to remain in the accelerated program. 6. To see the complete list of courses that satisfy the general education core, please refer to the Academic Catalog. Remember: If you have any questions about the Bachelor of Science degree in Digital Media Management offered in the School for Adult Learning, contact the Key Advisor/PLA Coordinator for the School for Adult Learning, Kathy L. Hancher<[email protected]> (788-2107) or Chelsea Ward<[email protected]>, Admissions Coordinator/Academic Advisor (781-5762). Courses and requirements sometimes change, so keep in contact with your advisor!!
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