The minor in culture and communication is open to all students at Ithaca College. It is an excellent complement for:
- Liberal arts students who also wish to explore the spectrum of ways in which culture, media, and human communication intersect and interact; or
- Students in one of the professional schools who wish to balance their major study with work that cuts across critical and theoretical approaches to communication.
Students take courses from such departments as cinema, photography, and media arts; communication studies; and television-radio; as well as an elective drawn from courses in selected other departments, such as anthropology, art history, health promotion and physical education, and others.