Students are required to take a minimum of 12 credits in courses whose subjects may range from the history of mass communications, cartography, literature, education, consumer movements, and library and information studies, to subjects dealing with gender, race, age, social class, and sexual orientation issues. At least 3 credits must be from seminar studies at the 900 level. To determine if a course is eligible, contact the print culture doctoral minor director.

Faculty: Professors Eschenfelder (director), Downey, Kim, Whitmire; Associate Professors Smith; Assistant Professors Rubel, Senchyne, Willett