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TRANSFER PATHWAYS GUIDE: DIGITAL COMMUNICATION BA (ONLINE)
Work with a Drake University Enrollment Counselor to find out exactly how your credits will transfer, keeping the following in mind:

  • Students can transfer a maximum of 66 credit hours from DMACC or other community colleges. A Drake bachelor's degree requires a minimum of 124 credits.
  • A grade of C- or higher is required for all transfer coursework.
  • A minimum of 40 upper level (100-199) credits is required for Drake bachelor's degrees.
  • The last 30 credit hours must be completed at Drake University.
  • Admitted students with an A.A. or A.S. degree from an Iowa community college who have at least 60 semester credits acceptable for transfer and a minimum 2.00 cumulative grade point average will enter Drake University having fulfilled the Areas of Inquiry requirements.

Digital Communication Major Core Courses
Many courses from the DMACC transfer to Drake; check TES for additional transfer course details. The following courses are required in the Digital Communication major and can be completed either before or after transfer to Drake. Students are encouraged to work with their DMACC advisor to develop a plan that utilizes as many of these courses as possible to satisfy core and elective requirements for their degree program. Additional coursework will be required at Drake to earn the Digital Communication degree.
DES MOINES AREA COMMUNITY COLLEGEDRAKE UNIVERSITYNote?BeginEnd
JOU 110 INTRO TO MASS MEDIA (3) JMC 030 MASS MEDIA IN A GLOBAL SOCIETY (3.000) 01/19/2010 
JOU 121 NEWSWRITING AND REPORTING (3) JMC 054 REPORTING & WRITING PRINCIPLES (3.000) 08/28/2006 
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