Only available to those in the 2021-2022 catalog or later. Other classes should follow the Interdisciplinary Clusters pathway.
In this Discovery, students will learn how the media industry creates contemporary texts and unique practices of knowing and then investigate those texts through the study of specific media forms (ex. comic books), the study of special topics (ex. "Environmental Communication in Asia" or "Children and Media") or the study of certain practices (ex. "transmedia storytelling").
|COMM-3321||Arts Criticism||3 credits|
|COMM-3322||International Communication||3 credits|
|COMM-3323||Environmental Communication in Asia||3 credits|
|COMM-3324||Popular Culture in Asia||3 credits|
|COMM-3325||Special Topics in Communication Media||3 credits|
|COMM-3326||History of Mass Media||3 credits|
|COMM-3328||Media, Culture and Technology||3 credits|
|COMM-3372||Intercultural Communication||3 credits|
Questions and Contact
- A student must complete at least one Discovery to qualify for graduation .
- Courses in the Discovery must be taken at Trinity University.
- Students can also fulfill the Discovery requirement by completing a second major or a minor.
The Discovery requirement is one element within the Pathways curriculum. Although many Discoveries are housed in academic departments, Discoveries are distinct from majors or minors. For the requirements associated with specific majors or minors, see the Courses of Study Bulletin