Subject code transition from TC to MI (effective fall 2015)
As a consequence of the change in our department name, all TC subject codes will be changed to MI effective fall 2015. The changes will be made during March 2015. During the transition period, courses may either be listed under TC or MI. By the time enrollment starts in April 2015, all courses will be listed under MI. Course numbers remain the same (e.g., TC 101 will become MI 101).
The Department of Media and Information currently offers the following major options:
- Media & Information (B.A. and B.S.) - Bachelors of Arts and Bachelors of Science options are available with concentrations in TV, Cinema & Radio, Interactive and Social Media, or Media Management. The B.A. requirements and B.S. requirements are available.
Along with selecting a Major, all students must also select a Concentration and Cognate.
"Concentration" is an official MSU academic term used to describe a component of one's undergraduate major. A concentration gives you defined focus in an area within your major.
If your major is Media & Information (B.A. or B.S.), choose one of these concentrations:
Students often use their elective credits to add a minor to their degree. Minors are an optional set of courses that provides a student with an introduction to a field of study. Minor(s) are listed on your transcript, in addition to your major, when you graduate.
Note: Formerly at MSU, some minors were awarded under the term “Specialization”. Effective Fall 2015 semester all existent undergraduate specializations will be converted to minors.
The Department of Media and Information offers five minors:
- Game Design & Development
- Information Technology (IT)
- Information & Communication Technology for Development
- Fiction Filmmaking
- Documentary Production