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Media Communication Focus
Digital Media Technology

About Media Communication

In this diverse focus area individuals have the opportunity to explore opportunities in video, audio, journalism, and other media communication related industries. Overall employment of film and video editors and camera operators is projected to grow 11 percent from 2018 to 2028, much faster than the average for all occupations. The number of Internet-only platforms, such as streaming services, is likely to increase, along with the number of shows produced for these platforms. This growth may lead to more work for editors and camera operators. Employment of broadcast and sound engineering technicians is projected to grow 8 percent from 2018 to 2028, faster than the average for all occupations. Growth is expected to stem from businesses, schools, and entertainment industries seeking to improve their audio and video capabilities. They will need technicians to set up, operate, and maintain equipment.

Click here to see a complete list of coursework and descriptions for courses in Digital Media Technology.

Courses in Digital Media Technology are offered on rotated basis. Click here to see a PDF of the current planned rotation

The following courses are offered in the Media Communication Focus Area:

CMN 2550 - Audio Production & Voice Work I.(2-2-3) On Demand. This audio production course focuses on symbolic practices through sound for the purposes of radio, television, video, and film. Students will learn the scripting, production, and non-linear editing of audio content, storytelling through sound, broadcast announcing and vocal delivery techniques, and recording and integrating audio into video. MC 918 Prerequisites & Notes: CMN 2500 Credits: 3

CMN 3030 - Promotional Communication.(3-0-3) On Demand. Study of communication principles and skills in applied contexts. Use and implications of new technologies for communication practitioners are addressed. Skills emphasized include the design, creation, and integration of visual communication in presentations, online/web format and in print, as well as project management. A limit of 3 hours may be applied to a major or minor. Credits: 3

CMN 3050 - Production II. Share this Page Print (opens a new window) CMN 3050 - Production II. (1-4-3) On Demand. This intermediate course extends upon the skills and concepts of television, video, and film production as introduced in Production I. Students refine their visual storytelling abilities through a series of creative, persuasive, and reality-based production projects with a special emphasis on visual composition, directing, audio, characterization, and refinement in post-production. Prerequisites & Notes: CMN 2500. Credits: 3

JOU 3001 - Photojournalism.(2-2-3) On Demand. Photographic work in journalism with emphasis on photo content. Prerequisites & Notes: A minimum grade of ā€œCā€ in JOU 2950 or permission of the instructor. Credits: 3

JOU 3002 - Introduction to Multimedia Journalism.(2-2-3) On Demand. An introduction to basic elements of multimedia journalistic reporting and storytelling, including audio, video, slideshows, and online journalism formats. Prerequisites & Notes: JOU 2101 and JOU 2950 or permission of the instructor. Prerequisites may not be taken concurrently. Course may not be repeated. Credits: 3

JOU 3300 - Publication Design.(2-2-3) On Demand. The introductory study of principles and practices of headline writing, of selecting and editing photos and graphics and of layout and design of pages for newspapers, magazines, newsletters and brochures. Prerequisites & Notes: JOU 2950 or permission of instructor. Course may not be repeated. Credits: 3

JOU 3703 - Online Journalism.(2-2-3) On Demand. In-depth study of the implications of the Internet on journalistic media and laboratory for design and production of journalistic Web sites using elements of design, photography, audio, and video as means of journalism delivery. Prerequisites & Notes: JOU 2950 and JOU 3002 or permission of instructor. Neither prerequisite may be taken concurrently. Course may not be repeated. Credits: 3

Students pursuing this focus are strongly encouraged to pursue a minor in one of the following areas:

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