The Media and Information Management focus is designed for students and industry professionals, who wish to gain skills in applying new information and communication technologies in organizations. Not only will you learn about the technologies and their operation, your coursework will focus on how to use them to build sustainable organizations and implement superior competitive strategies. Many of our students become entrepreneurs and others find employment from small to very large businesses and corporations.
Possible Coursework Pathways
Creating Media Platforms
Understanding Media Platforms
- MI452 Media Strategy (W)
- MI458 Project Management (W)
- MI851 Understanding Social Media
- MI862 Information Networks in Organizations and Commerce
- MI875 Information and Communication Technology for Development
- MI877 Comparative and International Telecommunication
Additional elective coursework at the 400-level or above to meet the 30 credits required for the degree. Additional elective coursework at the 400-level or above to meet the 30 credits required for the degree. The course work must be approved by the student’s academic advisor and at least 15 credits in the degree must be at the 800-level or above.
The information enclosed here should be viewed as a general overview of the academic program for this degree. It should not be viewed as the final authority on degree requirements. Make sure to consult your academic advisor to clear your specific program of study.
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Associate Professor, Media and Information