The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film and Television Production is designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills and experience necessary to build successful careers in film, television and video media. Citizens of the 21st century will be empowered and employable as they develop fluency in visual storytelling and production.
The Film and Television Production program emphasizes the creative, technical and theoretical study of the cinema, television and video media. Pre-production, production and post-production skill-sets taught in the major include: screenwriting, shot selection, cinematography, casting and collaborating with actors and TV journalists, script supervising, sound recording, and non-linear video editing with a multi-layered soundtrack. Students work collaboratively and have an opportunity to master their technical competency with state-of-the-art technology.
The Film and Television Production program is intended for students who are interested in positions in the wide-ranging industries of film, television, video and internet-delivered media, whether they are located in Hollywood, New York, Florida or smaller film production centers that produce entertainment, information and corporate films and video.
|COM 108||Media Literacy|
|CGD 115||Digital Imaging|
|DBR 100||Belief and Reason 100|
|DQR 100||Quantitative Reasoning|
|DSS 100||Dialogue of Self and Society 100|
|LYNN 101||First Year Seminar|
|CA 260||Motion Graphics 2D|
|CA 280||Motion Graphis 2D|
|COM 235||Film History (1895-1950)|
|COM 255||Film and Video Editing|
|DJC 100||Dialogue of Justice and Civic Life 100|
|COM 307||Advanced Film and Video Production|
|COM 310||Applied Media|
|COM 315||Writing for Film and Television|
|DSS 200||Dialogue of Self and Society 200|
|COM 414||Documentary Production|
|COM 435||Production Management|
|DBR 200||Belief and Reason 200|
|Optional Elective||Optional Elective|
**Optional Electives are included within the semester tution, but are not required for graduation.