Partner with DINFOS
The Integrated Marketing Communications graduate program at West Virginia University’s Reed College of Media is excited to partner with the U.S. Defense Information School (DINFOS) to offer their students the following benefits:
- Application Fee Waiver
- Preferential Admission
The IMC Program is currently implementing a process with the Office of the University Registrar to grant Independent Study credits for DINFOS courses. Those Independent Study credits may be used as substitute credit to waive elective requirements within the IMC program. The IMC program is currently accepting the following courses:
- JIPAC - Joint Intermediate Public Affairs Course – 6 credits
Accepted as substitute for IMC 638: Public Affairs and IMC 621: Special Topics in IMC
- CMC - Content Management Course – 3 credits
Accepted as substitute for IMC 621: Special Topics in IMC
- AEJC – Advanced Electronic Journalism Course – 6 credits
Accepted as substitute for IMC 643: Digital Video Production and IMC 634: Digital Storytelling
T his list is incomplete and we hope to offer more equivalencies for DINFOS courses in the future. If you have DINFOS courses that you would like to count towards your IMC Degree but are not listed here, please contact Dan Sadler at 304-293-8542 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
The WVU IMC graduate program is proud to participate in the Yellow Ribbon Program, and encourages eligible graduate students to take advantage of the available veteran educational benefits. Those receiving the maximum benefit from the Post 9/11 GI Bill may receive additional funding to cover the difference between in-state and out-of-state tuition and fees. For questions about your eligibility please contact the WVU Veterans office at 304-293-8262 or email@example.com.