Curriculum

The 30-credit master of science in interactive media and communications curriculum is made up of nine credits of core requirements, and 21 credits of electives. Elective coursework allows students to customize the program to fit their professional goals and emphasizes key digital skills including media design and development, social media, UX/UI, digital audio and video. The program culminates with a practice-based capstone that brings together the work you have completed throughout your studies, resulting in a robust digital portfolio that you will be confident to show to potential employers.

Core Curriculum (9 credits):
Course Title Credits
ICM 501 Foundations in Graduate Studies 3
ICM 506 Writing for Interactive Media 3
ICM 601 Master's Capstone 3
Electives (pick seven - 21 credits):
ICM 502 Visual Design 3
ICM 504 Motion Across Media 3
ICM 505 Web Technologies 3
ICM 508 Audio and Video Design 3
ICM 512 Principals of User Experience Design 3
ICM 513 Content Strategy 3
ICM 514 Understanding Your Audience 3
ICM 517 Ideation, Prototyping and Testing 3
ICM 518 Visual Storytelling 3
ICM 522 Social Media Practice and Techniques 3
ICM 524 Social Media Analytics 3
ICM 528 Content Creation 3
ICM 529 Data Visualization 3
ICM 530 Independent Study 3
ICM 531 Graduate Internship 3

Courses and curriculum requirements are subject to change.