Literature: Studying a variety of narrative and visual forms and relating oral and print traditions to their electronic and digital counterparts.
Media: Understanding the rhetoric, history, forms, and technologies fundamental to the development and creation of film, electronic media, and/or live and mediated performance.
Communication: Examining and producing media that are rhetorically persuasive and that speak to audiences across written, oral, verbal, electronic, and non-verbal situations.
Social Justice Studies: Mapping the evolution of race, gender, and environmental issues over the past three centuries in relation to new scientific and social realities.
Interaction Design: Building and critically analyzing interactive systems for commerce, education, entertainment, social media, and personal expression.
Science, Technology, and Culture: Exploring the relations between science and technology and the broad range of cultural practices including, but not limited to, art, ethics, medicine, economics, and politics.

 

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