Television is the medium that best captures and reflects the culture of our time and our students contribute to both the local and global communities as they inform, entertain, and inspire us all. For the first two years students are creating television, in a wide variety of production classes at the same time they are learning storytelling and analytical skills. The concentrations are built on the broad knowledge of the core and students focus in one of four areas: Writing/Producing, Directing/Production, Post-production/Effects, and Internet & Mobile Media. Each concentration explores in-depth their area, offering the students a wide range of experience, working both individually or on one of the variety of award winning departmental shows.
Recommended First-Semester Classes
We recommend you try to take the following classes in your first semester as a Television major:
- • 40-1103 Aesthetics and Storytelling
- • 40-1302 Television Arts: Production