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YouDee joins students at Election Central, Nov. 8, 2016.
A minor in political communication provides University of Delaware undergraduates with the opportunity to experience multidisciplinary teaching and research in the leading edge concepts of political communication and digital technology, as expressed and experienced in political campaigns and public policy debates at the local and national levels. The political communication minor is available to all undergraduate students, but it is especially popular among communication and political science majors. The minor encourages University of Delaware students to become leaders in this rapidly developing field. Students need 18 credits in communication and political science courses to complete the minor. Click here for detailed information about course requirements.
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