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Studies of Global Media - B.A. Degree Requirements
About the Program
Welcome to the course description section of the B.A. in Studies of Global Media (GLO) offered by the School of Journalism. GLO classes are online, but students on the main campus can take in-person JOUR courses as electives and other courses. With the help of an enrollment counselor or adviser, students also are welcome to take electives in the Africana Studies program, the Department of Communication, the School of Information or other programs.
The flexible curriculum allows students to enter the program in the fall, summer or spring semesters during the first or second sessions. The courses complement one another yet require no prerequisites. Full- and part-time students are welcome.
The B.A. degree requires a minimum of 30 units in the Studies of Global Media major. This includes six required core courses (18 credits) and four electives (12 credits). Students are welcome to take as many courses in the major as they would like.
- Science, (Mis)information and Media
- Comparative Media Systems
- Examining Borders Through Media
- Media in Latin America and the Caribbean
- Media in the Middle East and North Africa
- Media Investigations & Collaborations
- Media Theories, Concepts and Research Methods
- Media, Public Health and Medicine