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Many students like to add a Communication minor while pursuing studies in another major. This is often a good idea for students, especially in areas like Business Management, Psychology, Education, Criminal Justice and Nursing to name a few.
A Communication minor involves taking a minimum of 15 credits in Communication courses at the 2000/3000 levels with at least three credits at the 3000-level.
Minoring in Communication with a Concentration:
Students may also pursue courses in fields like Corporate Communication, Radio/Audio Production, Multimedia Sports Journalism, Public Relations, Film, Television/Digital Video and Video Game Studies, as a minor. Use the courses housed within the concentration in order to complete this type of minor.
Minoring in Theatre requirements:
COM 1410: Acting One or COM 2450: Stage Craft Concepts plus 12 other credits from within the Theatre concentration.
Two staples of the Curry College Communication department's Television/Digital Video and Film tracks are being recognized at a national level. The student-run news program, "Curry Prime Time Report," and the most recent student-produced film from the RED Camera class, "Reflexivity," are both finalists in their respective categories in the National Broadcasting Society's annual student competition.
In 2007, Andrew Graziano attended the Curry "Hollywood Productions: Up Close" class trip to Los Angeles. One of the stops during this week-long tour was to visit "The Price is Right" set at CBS in Studio City. Ironic, since Graziano now works on that very same studio lot as the Director of Video Operations and Video Products for CBS Interactive.
In only his second year at Curry, transfer student Brandon Enroth '16 is interning for the Boston Bruins as a Communications Game Night Staffer. His job includes working game nights, transcribing player quotes and assisting with answering media questions.
Curry students can be right in the center of the action with the Semester in Washington, D.C. internship program. Students can immerse themselves in various political and media related internships while exploring one of America's most spectacular and vibrant metropolitan areas, our nation's capital.
Do you dream about experiencing the glitz and glamour of Hollywood? Interested in working behind the scenes at a major TV/film studio? Want to assist producers, video editors, actors and more? Then the Curry College: Semester in L.A. program is for you.
New York City is the media and business capital of the world and Curry students can be right in the center of the action with the Communication department's Semester in New York City internship program.