The LIU Global minor in Arts and Communications equips students with the skills and knowledge fundamental to the visual communication. Core courses orient students to the basics of strategic communication and a selection of contemporary media platforms. Electives broaden students’ understanding of fine art and popular genres from around the world. Through study and experience of various media markets and aesthetic traditions, students are equipped to work effectively in the world’s increasingly integrated visual environment.
In order to meet the 15-credit requirement for the Arts and Communications minor, students complete:
With the Dean’s approval, appropriate courses taken with prior approval at LIU Brooklyn during the Senior Capstone semester can be treated as equivalent to courses in Category A and B.
|Category A: Core courses in Arts and Communications (at least 3 courses)|
|GCOS 134||Introduction to Strategic Communication|
|GEUR 309||Exploring Documentary Video|
|GEUR 306||Visual Design for the Web|
|MA 106 *||Video Workshop I or MA 108 Video Workshop II|
|MA 118 **||Digital Photography I or MA 122 Digital Photography II|
|MA 124 ***||Computer Graphics I or MA 132 Computer Graphics II|
|Category B: Electives ****|
|GEUR 311||Masters of Spanish Painting|
|GEUR 305||World Cinema|
|GEUR 307||Art of the Renaissance in Florence|
|GEUR 325||Principles of Marketing|
|GCHI 332||The Arts and Society in Contemporary China|
|GNYC 406||Special Topics in Arts and Communication (with Dean’s permission)|
* Students are placed in the first or second of these courses based on their previous academic experience by the chair of the Media Arts Department.
** See above.
*** See above.
**** Other courses may fulfill elective requirements with the dean’s approval.