Communicating Arts Major - Theatre and Digital Filmmaking Concentration
Bachelor of Arts (no foreign language required).
Theatre and Digital Filmmaking Program Description:
The Theatre and Digital Filmmaking Concentration provides students with theory, techniques, and hands-on experience in theatre and digital film production. Coursework offers students multiple opportunities to perform, create, and collaborate in theatre productions and on digital video projects.
36 total credits - 18 credits upper-division (300+) minimum required.
|Core Theatre and Digital Filmmaking Courses|
|COMM 104||Film and Culture||3.00|
|COMM 122||Theatre Appreciation||3.00|
|COMM 125||Acting for the Stage||3.00|
|COMM 170||Media and Society||3.00|
|COMM 180||Introduction to Technical Theatre||3.00|
|COMM 261||Beginning Digital Filmmaking||3.00|
|COMM 491||Senior Capstone 1||0.00|
|Theatre and Digital Filmmaking Electives|
|Select 18 credits of the following:||18.00|
|Perspectives on Stage and Screen History|
|Acting for the Screen|
|Writing for Stage and Screen|
|Creative Collaboration in Theatre|
|Intermediate Digital Filmmaking|
|The Director and the Text|
|The Design Process|
|Digital Audio Recording and Production|
|Theorizing Media Culture|
|Special Topics Seminar|
Senior Capstone Statement: Courses available to be paired with COMM 491 Senior Capstone for identification as capstone with consent of advisor (minimum 3 credits) include: COMM 350 Creative Collaboration in Theatre, COMM 455 Theorizing Media Culture, COMM 462 Advanced Digital Filmmaking, COMM 495 Special Topics Seminar, COMM 498 Independent Study.