Mass Media

Film and Video

Close up image of camera lenseThe Film and video emphasis will provide students with an opportunity for developing contemporary forms of the narrative, documentary and newer expanded media genres for a variety of distribution outlets. The sequence is designed specifically to instruct students in the use of new digital technologies for the web, broadcast media, film narratives, and experimental or documentary applications. 

Recommended Minor  

Anthropology, Art, Computer Science, English, History, Music, Political Science, Sociology or Theater


Introduction to Mass Media

Media Bootcamp 

Digital Filmmaking I 

Media Literacy 

Media Law 

Cinematic Storytelling 

Digital Cinematography 

Film Editing and Theory 

Documentary Filmmaking

Digital Filmmaking II 

Advanced Media Lab 


Department Electives (6)

Total Hours: 40

Careers in Film and Video

Students with a degree in Film and Video can choose to pursue the following careers: Video or Film Production, Television or Radio Presentation, Journalism, Television Research or Animation, to name a few.