What do developing a spread sheet, shooting a movie, analyzing literature, and interning in Los Angeles or New York have in common? They are all part of the academic opportunities you could encounter as you earn your Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Electronic Media.
Your first year in the semester system, starting in August 2012, will include introductory courses entitled Media in Your Life and Integrated Media Production 1 and 2. . You’ll also start work on the liberal and fine arts classes which make up an important part of your education.
During your sophomore year, you will take Digital Video, Digital Audio, and Writing for Media. You’ll also want to enroll in Student Media Practicum your sophomore or junior year.
By the end of your sophomore year you should determine the area in which you want to earn your minor.
By the time you’re a junior or senior, you’ll go more deeply into the E-Media major with opportunities to explore web production, video, audio, writing and journalism, or the business side of the media.
As a senior, you’ll want to do an internship with a media company that offers you the chance to get a preview on your future and network with people who can help you.
You can make much of your years with us. But it’s not just about the degree. Our best students are active outside of the classroom. Explore all of the opportunities we offer.
Your future is up to you.