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Interdisciplinary Film & Digital Media (IFDM) Concentration

Management students who are interested in a business career in digital media including film, should meet with their Anderson academic and/or faculty advisor to tailor a suitable program of study.

Students must be admitted to Anderson and complete the Anderson core, as required of all BBA students. Students pursuing a BBA with an IFDM concentration must also take fifteen credit hours from MGMT 300- or 400-level courses. The fifteen hours include MGMT 324, MGMT 384, and MGMT 433, and additional hours that students will select in consultation with the concentration advisor.

Students pursuing a BBA with a concentration in IFDM must apply online at http://ifdm.unm.edu/apply-to-ifdm/ in the Spring and be accepted as a pre-major and complete the IFDM core courses: CS 105L, IFDM 205L, IFDM 210, IFDM 300, IFDM 310, IFDM 400, IFDM 410, IFDM 450 and IFDM 451.

For more information about this concentration, visit the IFDM website at http://ifdm.unm.edu/.

IFDM Concentration Checklist & Career Guide

Questions regarding concentration requirements should be addressed with your BBA advisor or with the IFDM Faculty Concentration Advisor.


IFDM Faculty Concentration Advisor

Nick Flor


Department Contact Information

The IFDM Concentration falls within the Department of Marketing, Information Systems, Information Assurance, & Operations Management (MIDS). For more information about this department, including contact information for the department chair, please visit the MIDS Department Website.