Digital Media Minor

The Digital Media department will prepare you to become a content creator in a world that is constantly being shaped by technology. You'll learn to integrate the Christian worldview with your creative technical capabilities and become a highly-skilled Christian professional. For a minor, you should take at least 19 credits in the DM department.

How could a DM minor be advantageous?

  • broad survey of digital creation
  • electives are tailored to your interests
  • many industries are shifting to a digital world 

*For the authoritative source on academic requirements and courses, please consult the academic catalog.

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Why GU

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Deepen your education. We’re a liberal arts school. That means you get a holistic education that introduces you to many subjects and ideas, helping you grow your interests and skills. 

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Opportunities to showcase. With the Papyrus student newspaper, The Vista student magazine, and video crew, you’ll find several avenues to showcase your talent. Be one of the many GU students who earn an American Advertising Award or other awards from competitions sponsored by the AIGA, the Associated Collegiate Press and the College Media Association.

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Hands-on experience. Our professors give you the attention you need and challenge you to pursue projects that grow your skills. You’ll work in a dedicated Apple lab with Adobe Creative Cloud access. Develop your skills using digital cameras, light kits, drones, green screens, and podcasting equipment.

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Internships. Discover more than a dozen ways to intern as a DM student on campus or use our connections to gain experience nationwide. Graduates of our programs have completed internships in Chicago, New York City, Los Angeles, San Diego, St. Louis, Nashville, Indianapolis, and more.

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Digital Media Minor Course Requirements

For a minor you should take at least 19 credits in the DM department.

Visit the Online Catalog for an explanation of graduation requirements.