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    University of Colorado Denver
   
 
  Sep 23, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Digital Media and Learning Minor


Introduction

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In our globally connected world, learning happens not just in schools but everywhere: in the workplace, at home, and in informal settings. Competency with technology, especially for creating and sharing knowledge, can further your chosen career in education, business, healthcare, technical fields, or the humanities. Social media and multimedia tools can accelerate learning on the job and set you on a course for lifelong, self-directed learning. You will enhance your career by keeping up with knowledge advances and establishing a strong professional presence online.

CU Denver’s undergraduate minor in Digital Media and Learning will help you:

  • Be a better student, using technology to create products and learn effectively
  • Be a better employee, using social media and other tools to improve your knowledge and work performance
  • Help others use learning technologies in school, work, and home

The 15-credit minor in Digital Media and Learning is offered through the School of Education and Human Development and the faculty in Information and Learning Technologies (ILT).

Program Delivery

  • The first course INTE 2500 Digital Media and Learning is taught on campus. The rest of the courses and electives are taught online. 

Declaring This Minor

  • If you are currently a CU Denver student please contact the Undergraduate Advisor in the School of Education & Human Development for specific meeting times to discuss the process.

General Requirements

To earn a degree, students must satisfy all requirements in each of the areas below, in addition to their individual major requirements.

Program Requirements


  1. To complete a minor in Digital Media and Learning, a student will need to complete 15 credit hours of Digital Media and Learning courses with a minimum grade of C+ (2.3).
  2. Of those Digital Media and Learning courses, at least 12 credits must be completed at the University of Colorado Denver.
  3. Transfer courses must be approved by faculty and/or advisor to apply to the minor.
  4. Your minor program of study is developed in consultation with an academic advisor and requires a minimum of 15 credits of undergraduate courses.