Digital Filmmaking Track and Media Arts Track

Communication Theory - Required by all Comm. Students (3 credit hours)

  • COMM 2030: Introduction to Communication Theory 

Communication Foundation Courses – Select any 3 (9 credit 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 Methods
  • COMM 3240: Business and Professional Communication
  • COMM 3280: Intercultural Communication
  • COMM 4000: Rhetorical Dimensions in Communication

Digital Filmmaking Track – Required – 5 Courses (15 credit hours)

  • COMM 2270: Studio TV Production
  • COMM 3100: Directing for Film and Television
  • COMM 3270: Digital Cinematography
  • COMM 3300: Screenwriting
  • COMM 4270: Digital Film Production (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: The 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 4170: Documentary Film and Video
  • 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 Undergraduate Studies)
  • COMM 9400: Independent Study (with approval of Director of Undergraduate Studies)