Organizational Administration (OA), a committee interdisciplinary major, is designed to develop skills in the research and analysis of problems, creative thinking, and oral and written communication. A Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Organizational Administration provides students with the educational background necessary to succeed in a broad spectrum of professions and is an excellent foundation for the pursuit of several advanced degree programs.
Certificate in Digital Arts and Culture
The Digital Arts and Culture Certificate Program is designed to provide students with a balanced and comprehensive approach to studying information technology and emerging media forms.
Certificate in Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution
The purpose of the Certificate in Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution is to equip students with the knowledge and skills needed to help people work together effectively and to manage their conflicts constructively. As the world becomes evermore interconnected it means that in whatever occupation students pursue, there will be a critical need to help people work through their differences, bridge diverse perspectives, and resolve their conflicts efficiently.
Minors for Communication Majors
General Business Minor
The General Business Minor is designed for students whose preparation in their major field would be enhanced by a better understanding of the various business functions and the management process.
Health Care Administration Minor
The Minor in Health Care Administration consists of 17 credits and may be declared once a student has completed a minimum of 45 credits and achieved a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5. To obtain the minor, a student must complete at UWM the 17 credits on which a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA is also required. Declaration forms for the Health Care Administration Minor are available in the College of Health Sciences, Office of Student Affairs, Merrill Hall, room 115. For more information or to schedule an advising appointment, please call (414) 229-2758.
Information Science & Technology
The School of Information Studies offers an undergraduate Minor in Information Science & Technology that is available to undergraduate students. The minor appeals to students who wish to acquire the essential knowledge and skills in information science, information architecture, and information technology while pursuing studies in their major areas.
Journalism and Mass Communication Minor
To complete the Journalism and Mass Communication Minor, students must earn at least 18 credits in JMC courses (including JMC 101: Introduction to Mass Media and JMC 201: Media Writing). At least 9 of the credits must be earned in courses numbered 300 or above. Students must achieve a grade point average of at least 2.5 in JMC courses.
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