Film and Digital Media

The Film and Digital Media major (designated as a pre-major) gives students a holistic understanding of media-based entertainment. Students learn the creative process of storytelling and the technical aspects 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
  • Film and Video Direction
  • Production Methods
  • Broadcast Writing
  • Media and Society

Students are prepared for a variety of careers in radio, television, cable and allied fields, and for careers in which knowledge of and skills in electronic and film communication are an integral part of professional activity. They will also have the opportunity to showcase their work through the Black Glasses Film Festival which exhibits the best student work in both film-making and screenwriting.

Film and Digital Media majors may be interested in the Communication department's study abroad programs in Baylor in London and Baylor in New York.

Film and Digital Media students can live at the Fine Arts Living-Learning Center in North Village. Living-Learning Centers are housing opportunities designed to place students of common interests together. 

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