Cinema and Digital Media
College of Letters and Science
- Bachelor of Arts
How do digital media and the cinematic arts work together, make meaning and effect change? Cinema and digital media is an interdisciplinary major that combines media theory, media history and media-making to help students develop a robust understanding of creative and computational media technologies. Students are encouraged to engage deeply with media to promote social justice, diversity and inclusivity. In cinema and digital media, students get hands on with collaborative research and tools for independent and experimental approaches to digital cinema and other screen-based work; sound, sound track and new music; community media; Web-based work; installations and site-based work.
As a cinema and digital media major you will begin with preparatory course work that will give you a solid introduction to the major. For upper division, students in the major choose from the following two emphases: creative production or critical studies. There is plenty of crossover between the two emphases and the mobility you'll enjoy among course offerings will allow you to design your own concentration as you work toward a final project.
- Digital Media Marketer
- Game Designer
- Game design
- Film and media arts
- Film and television production
- Film directing
- 44 Blue Productions
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