Digital Cinema and Television
What is Digital Cinema and Television?
Digital Cinema and Television is a concentration option for students pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Communication. Are you inspired to create and tell your own visual story? Satisfy your appetite for entertainment and pop culture. Develop an extensive knowledge of video graphics, editing and production.
Careers in Digital Cinema and Television
A degree in digital cinema and television allows graduates to pursue careers as editors, videographers, producers, scriptwriters and technical directors. While in the program, students produce their own short films and television programs using high-definition equipment, and in the process, learn a broad understanding of the moving image. Students also gain an understanding of the historical, aesthetic and management side of production.
CA 220 (W): Writing Communication Media
CA 260: Digital Writing and Production
CA 300: Finds of Communication Research
CA 445: Ethics and Social Responsibility in Communication
Digital Cinema and Television requires at least 72 hours in courses outside of the Department of Communication.
CA 241: Intro to TV Studio Production
CA 320-W: Broadcast Scriptwriting
CA 340: Video Field Production
CA 341: Intermediate TV Studio Production
CA 356: Digital Cinema Management
CA 440: Advanced Video Field Production
CA 343: Film History
CA 344: Film and TV Genres
CA 240: Digital Cinema Production Basics
CA 244: Radio Broadcasting
CA 275: Decision Making- Small Groups
CA 283: Chinese Film- 3 credits
CA 284: Japanese Film
CA 343 (if not chosen above): Film History
CA 344 (if not chosen above): Film and TV Genres
CA 352: Media Literacy Information Age
CA 382: Photojournalism
CA 424-W: Rhetorical Criticism
CA 441: Advanced TV Studio Production
CA 452: The News Documentary
CA 496: Professional Studies- Internship