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Working within the liberal arts tradition, the Multimedia Arts and Communication Studies major develops multidisciplinary skills in spoken, written, visual and graphic communication.
Multimedia Arts  and Communication

Bachelor's Degree in Multimedia Arts and Communication

The Multimedia Arts and Communication Studies program is one of HNUís newest and most dynamic majors. Working within the liberal arts tradition, this 30-unit major develops multidisciplinary skills in spoken, written, visual and graphic communication. The major begins with lower division traditional and foundational courses in both disciplines. These courses prepare students for the upper division skill refinement and enhanced modes of expression that are necessary to be competitive in todayís employment market.

The program tailors itself to HNUís technological capacities, while recognizing that technology has its limits, and human face to face communication is crucial in becoming a well rounded and civically engaged participant in society. The major focuses on the application of technology to the process of communication.

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