The CS and Communication Studies combined major brings together the study of communication skills with an emphasis on critical thinking, research, writing, and speech with a strong computer science foundation.
The CS and Journalism combined major supports a student who understands that journalism now takes place not just in print but also in the digital world especially on the internet. This program permits a student to learn the principles, practices, and responsibilities of the journalism profession and to understand the systems and technologies that support digital media.
The IS and Journalism degree program is similar to the CS and Journalism combined degree, providing a greater focus on the Information Science needs of the journalism profession in particular. Both degrees provide a strong foundation in the principles, practices, and responsibilities of the journalism profession and the systems and technologies that support digital media.
The CS and Game Development program is focused on the specific skills and thought processes needed in the highly competitive game industry. This includes a strong computer science foundation with program design, algorithms, theory, systems, and networks. This also includes studies of game design and game project experiences. These requirements are for students entering in Fall 2014 and beyond.
Links to earlier versions of the degree programs can be found here.