Since IPR is an interdisciplinary major, it is imperative that students work closely with an advisor. Meeting prerequisites and being prepared for your internship experience can only be achieved through careful planning; therefore, your advisor becomes an essential part of your program. There are two ways to obtain an advisor:
- If you sign your major when you are enrolled in IPR 101, you will automatically be assigned to an advisor; or
- You can call the College of Communication & Fine Arts at 774-1885 and be assigned to an advisor.
It is important to note that IPR advisors only advise the major. Questions about university program courses and the type of degree you are pursuing should be directed to the Academic Advising and Assistance office at 774-7506 and questions about a minor should be directed to the respective department. If you choose to sign a minor in BCA, COM or JRN, working with the IPR advisor listed below from that department is an option.
Dr. Will Anderson, Broadcast and Cinematic Arts
Moore Hall 308
Dr. Diane S. Krider, Communication and Dramatic Arts
Moore Hall 354
Dr. Richard Ren, Journalism
Moore Hall 448
Mr. Jim Wojcik, Journalism
Moore Hall 409