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The Advertising concentration prepares students for positions in the field of advertising by providing instruction in theoretical, practical and aesthetic elements in the profession.
Advertising Concentration (36 hours)
Core courses: Students in the School of Communication must complete these two courses with a grade of "C" or higher.
- COMS 130. Introduction to Communication
- COMS 330. Communication Theory
Required Courses (30 hours)
- COMS 173. Introduction to Advertising & IMC
- COMS 223. Advertising Copywriting-Requires COMS 173 or permission of instructor; Must be completed with a grade of "C" or higher.
- COMS 226. Digital Imaging
- COMS 231. Research Methods in Communication-Requires COMS 130 or permission of instructor.
- COMS 273. Advertising Analysis-Requires COMS 173.
- COMS 373. Advertising Media Planning-Requires COMS 130, COMS 273, or permission of instructor.
- COMS 400. Media Law and Ethics-Requires COMS 130 and COMS 330, or permission of instructor.
- COMS 473. Advertising Production-Requires COMS 130, COMS 226, COMS 273, and COMS 330, or permission of instructor.
- COMS 483. Advertising Campaigns-Requires COMS 130, 173, 223, 226, 231, 273, 300, 373 and 473 or permission of the instructor.
- COMS 499. Internship*
* Prerequisites: COMS 130, COMS 330 plus any one of the following; COMS 235, COMS 104, COMS 223, COMS 247, or permission of instructor; 75 hours of college credit completed and in good academic standing with a minimum of 2.0 GPA in the major. The instructor must approve a written internship proposal, and a signed formal agreement with the internship site supervisor must be on file in the Registrar's Office and the School of Communication.
Electives - Choose six (6) credit hours of electives from School of Communication Courses at the 300-400 level.