Studio B

Electronic Media

Uses theoretical and applied methods to show how technology is changing the ways information is created and distributed. Students learn to clearly communicate using new media techniques, as well as filtering credible information from propaganda. There is exposure to digital video storytelling techniques for use in a number of communication platforms, including television and radio broadcasting, the Internet and corporate, institutional and educational videos. Electronic Media majors are prepared for producing, directing, writing, doing videography or working in any number of visual platforms.

All students majoring in Communication must complete the Communication core courses.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRONIC MEDIA MAJORS

  • 303 – (3) Audio Production
  • 304 – (3) Studio Video Production)
  • 604 – (2 or 3) Video Storytelling
  • 609 – (3) Interactive Media
  • Writing class approved by your faculty adviser
  • Plus THREE hours of upper division communication electives selected in consultation with adviser.

Electronic Media course checklist

SAMPLE JOB TITLES

Commercial Producer Studio Producer
Production Manager Video Journalist
Digital Media Manager Videographer
Film Editor Web Content Producer
Film Producer Video Editor
Audio Producer Sound Consultant
Radio Talent Web Designer