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Communication: Journalism of Technology and Business

For students attending: Joliet Junior College
Who plan to major in: Communication: Journalism of Technology and Business

THIS GUIDELINE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

I. Core Curriculum Electives

  • A. Basic Writing Proficiency - A grade of "C" or better in ENG 101 will complete this requirement.
  • B. Humanities - Choose one course from the following subjects: Art (115-118 only), English (not 102, 130, or 230), History, Music (101-108 only), Philosophy (not 104), or Theater 101. 
  • C. Social Sciences - Choose one course from the following subjects: Anthropology, Economics (not 104 or 107), Geography, Political Science, Psychology, or Sociology. 
  • D. Humanities or Social Sciences - Choose an additional course from section B or section C.
  • E. Science Electives -  Choose 10 hours from Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geology, or Astronomy. Two courses must be in the same field, and at least one course must be in a different field.
  • F. Free Electives -  Choose four courses with an IAI designation.
  • G. Minor Electives - The Communication curriculum requires a 15 semester hour minor. A maximum of three minor courses may be completed at Joliet Junior College. Please contact the Office of Undergraduate Academic Affairs for additional information regarding minors.

II. Required courses for the Communication: Journalism of Technology and Business degree:

JJC COURSE

TITLE

IIT EQUIVALENT

MATH 153 or
MATH 150

Finite Mathematics or Mathematical Analysis for Business

Math Elect

MATH 128 or BUS 205

Elementary Statistics or Business Statistics

BUS 221

CIS 122 or
CIS 236

Computer Information Systems Fundamentals or
Programming in C

CS 110 or
CS 105

ECON 104

Principles of Economics II (Microeconomics)

ECON 151

ACCY 101

Accounting I

BUS 210

MGMT 101 or MKT 101

Principles of Management or Principles of
Marketing

BUS 301 or
 BUS 371

Note 1) ECON 151 will substitute for ECON 211 in IIT's Communication major.  Please contact the Office of Undergraduate Academic Affairs with any questions regarding the course equivalencies.

Updated January 2019