Digital Media Journalism Minor

The minor in Digital Media Journalism provides students with a comprehensive understanding of modern journalism practices in the digital era. Through a combination of theoretical learning and practical application, students develop essential skills in writing, reporting, multimedia production and media ethics.


The curriculum comprises required courses covering introductory journalism, writing for media, research and reporting fundamentals and multimedia reporting.

Additionally, students choose from a variety of elective courses, including advanced reporting, broadcast journalism, feature writing and the global impact of social media, allowing for a customized learning experience tailored to individual interests and career aspirations.

For more information about the curriculum, view the Academic Catalog.

Students reporting on sports event

Digital Media Production

The minor in Digital Media Production offers students a comprehensive exploration of multimedia creation, from video and audio production to scriptwriting and editing. Through a blend of theoretical knowledge and hands-on experience, students develop the skills necessary for careers in film, television, corporate media and beyond.


Students begin with foundational courses in video aesthetics, radio and television production, before advancing to specialized topics like studio production, digital media technologies and audio production.

Elective options allow students to tailor their learning experience, choosing from a range of courses such as sports broadcasting, scriptwriting, corporate video production and advanced post-production editing.

This diverse curriculum ensures students graduate with a well-rounded skill set and practical experience in digital media production.

For more information about the curriculum, view the Academic Catalog.

JDM students working the TV-20 production desk

Contact Information

McCoy, David
David McCoy, Ph.D.
Chair, Department of Journalism and Digital Media
Associate Professor of Journalism and Digital Media
121 Center for the Arts