Film and Digital Media
The Film and Digital Media major is designed to give students a holistic understanding of media-based entertainment. Students are taught the creative process of storytelling as well as the technical aspect of film, video, audio and new media production. The program also includes courses in screenwriting, media effects and media management. Courses available include:
- Sight, Sound and Motion
- Production Methods
- Feature Film Writing
- Studio Production
Students can showcase their work through the Black Glasses Film Festival
. Established in 1999, the festival exhibits the best student work in both film making and screenwriting.
Stemming off the Film and Digital Media degree, the Film and Digital Media Division, along with the Baylor School of Business, offers a Media Business degree.
Film and Digital Media majors may be interested in the Communication department's study abroad programs, including Baylor in London and Baylor in New York.
Film and Digital Media students have the opportunity to live at the Fine Arts Living-Learning Center in North Village, along with other Fine Arts students. Living-Learning Centers are residence halls where students who have similar academic or extracurricular interests live near one another.
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Students in this program begin as a pre-major. Learn more about pre-majors.