Digital Filmmaking and Media Arts Track (2011)

Communication Theory -  Required by all Comm. Students

COMM 2030       Communication Theory  (3 hours)

Communication Foundation Courses – Select any 3  (9 hours)
COMM 1000      Contemporary Mass Media
COMM 1020       Interpersonal Communication
COMM 1440       Foundations of Leadership
COMM 2100       Public Speaking
COMM 2250        Intro to Film and Video
COMM 2500       Research Method
COMM 3240       Business and Professional Communication
COMM 3280       Intercultural Communication
COMM 4000       Rhetorical Dimensions in Communication

Digital Filmmaking Track – Required – 5 Courses
COMM 2270       Studio TV Production
COMM 3100       Directing for Film and Television
COMM 3300       Screenwriting
COMM 4170       Documentary Filmmaking
COMM 4270       Digital Filmmaking (Prereq: COMM 2250)

Digital Filmmaking Track – Electives – Choose 3 Courses
COMM 1000       Contemporary Mass Media (not available if taken as a Foundation Course)
COMM 2900       Writing for the Media
COMM 3200       Principles and Practice of Public Relations
COMM 3250       Principles and Practices of Advertising
COMM 3400       Digital Communication Technologies
COMM 3440       Organizational Leadership
COMM 3450       History of TV Programming
COMM 3500        American Cinema
COMM 3650       Mass Media and Society
COMM 3850       Walt Disney: The Nexus of Communication and Imagination
COMM 4140       Media Effects (Prereq: COMM 2500)
COMM 4200       Persuasion
COMM 4440       Digital Film Editing
COMM 4690       Internship in Communication (with approval of Internship Director)
COMM 4750       Communication Law
COMM 4900       Special Topics in Communication (with approval of Director of Undergrad. Studies)
COMM 9400       Independent Study (with approval of Director of Undergrad. Studies)