Major in Information Design and Corporate Communication
The Information Design and Corporate Communication major prepares students for careers in the increasingly competitive communications industry. Graduates have moved into positions in the public and private sector in public relations, technical writing and editing, journalism, managerial communication, marketing communication, content development, and Web design. Students may choose to focus on one of three major course concentrations: information design, public relations, or Web design.
- COM 210 Effective Speaking
- COM 298, 299, or 300-level
- IDCC 230, 255, 330, or 350
- IDCC 370 Web Design I
- 2 – IDCC electives
- 2 – IDCC or IDCC-related electives
- COM 210 Effective Speaking can be taken at anytime but preferably as early as possible.
- IDCC electives may be fulfilled by IDCC/COM courses not otherwise required.
- Electives can be fulfilled by any IDCC course. IDCC-related electives, as approved by the IDCC chair, may fulfill two electives. Such approvals for IDCC-related electives must be delivered in writing to the Undergraduate Registrar's office by the start of the semester in which the course is taken.
For more information on all aspects of the IDCC major, please visit the IDCC Department.
Think you might like to major in information design and corporate communication? Speak to mentors and professors in the department to learn more about what your classes might entail, meet with alumni who are currently working in the field, think about potential career possibilities such as webmaster, brand manager, copywriter or sales. For further career exploration, visit the Career Services Website.