CLASS

Multimedia Film & Production Curriculum

Bachelor of Science in Multimedia Film & Production – 126 Hours

Core
Area A1 – Communication Skills 6 Hours
Area A2 – Quantitative Skills 3 Hours
Area B – Global Engagement 4 Hours
Area C – Humanities, Fine Arts, and Ethics 6 Hours
Area D – Natural Sciences, Mathematics, and Technology 11 Hours
Area E – Social Sciences 12 Hours
HLTH 1520 – Healthful Living 2 Hours
Physical Education Activities 2 Hours
Orientation – FYE 1220 – First Year Seminar 2 Hours
Area F – Courses Appropriate to Major 18 Hours
COMM 2332 – Media and Society (3)
COMS 2330 – Introduction to Communication Research (3)
FILM 2331 – Introduction to Film Studies (3)
MMFP 2335 – Digital Media Writing (3)
 IT 1230 – Introduction to Web Technologies (3)
Select one of the following:
Foreign Language – through 2001 (3)
Significant International Content Course (3) – INTS 2130
Major Requirements 27 Hours
MMFP 2331 – Media Production I (3)
MMFP 2336 – Audio Recording and Sound Design (3)
MMFP 3331 – Media Production II (3)
COMM 3530 – Media Ethics (3)
COMM 3337 – Mass Communication Law (3)
MMFP 4090 – Multimedia Applications (1-2)
MMFP 4431 – Senior Project I (3)
 Select one of the following:
COMM 4333 – Mass Communication Theory (3)
COMM 4330 – History of Mass Communications (3)
FILM  3331 – American History of Film (3)
Select one of the following:
MMFP 4432 – Senior Project II (3)
MMFP 4791 – Internship (3-6), requires minimum 2.75 GPA
 Major Electives – Choose 3 or 4  9-12 Hours
MMFP 4337 – Digital Media Post Production (3)
MMFP 4135 – Lighting & Cinematography (3)
MMFP 3531 – Screenwriting for Narrative Film & Television (3)
MMFP 3436 Advanced Audio Production (3)
MMFP 3030 – Special Topics (3)
MMFP 4335 – Documentary Writing & Production (3)
MMFP 4031 – Sports Production (3)
MMFP 3431 –  Broadcast Performance (3)
MMJ – Online Journalism (3)
 MMFP 4791/4792 – Internship (3-6), requires 2.75 GPA
 Major Area Electives – Choose 2  6 Hours
 Other Communication Arts electives may be selected with advisor approval
COMM 3430 – Management & Sales (3)
COMM 3336 – International Media Systems (3)
COMM 4330 – History of Mass Communication (3)
FILM 3331 – American History of Film (3)
FILM 3-4000 – Upper Division Film Studies Course (3)
COMM 4333 – Theories of Mass Communication (3)
COMM 3331 – Media Criticism (3)
COMS 4331 – Gender, Media & Representation (3)
COMS 3332 – Small Group Communication (3)
Minor (encouraged), 18 hours, or General Electives, 15 hours
At least two courses in one area of study with advisor approval

 

PROGRAM ADMISSION CRITERIA:

• Students must have a total institution GPA of 2.50

• Students with fewer than 30 hours and/or less than 2.50 total institution GPA will be considered “Pre-Communication Arts” students and

advised by Communication Arts Advisement.

OTHER PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

• Students must make a minimum grade of “C” in each Communication Arts class to receive credit for that course.

• “Pre-Communication Arts” students cannot take upper division Communication Arts classes.

Course Descriptions

Last updated: 10/8/2014

Communication Arts Department • PO Box 8091; Statesboro, GA 30460 • (912) 478-5138 • commarts@georgiasouthern.edu