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Classroom Lecture

CINEMATIC ARTS & MEDIA PRODUCTION

Course List & Sequencing

Student-artists who graduate from the program attend a wide range of top universities across a spectrum of media focused majors, including journalism, film, television production, screenwriting, animation, commercial photography, and public relations. The program provides a robust and industry-relevant foundation for the pursuit of content-related careers, including directors, producers, show runners, screenwriters, journalists, photojournalists, digital content creators, musicians, and media executives, media sales, advertising copywriters, ad sales, media financing and distribution, documentary filmmaking, narrative filmmaking, talent representation, editors, audio producers, voiceover artists, game developers and creators, comic book creators and more.

*BOLD PRINT INDICATED REQUIREMENT FOR GRADUATION

YEAR 1

S1 CINEMATIC ARTS

PRODUCTION A

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S2 CINEMATIC ARTS

PRODUCTION B

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MEDIA I

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S1 WRITING

WORKSHOP IA

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S2 WRITING

WORKSHOP IB

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WRITING FOR MEDIA

YEAR 2

S1 WRITING WORKSHOP IIA

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S2 WRITING

WORKSHOP IIB

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CINEMATIC ARTS

PRODUCTION II

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JOURNALISM I

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MEDIA II 

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YEAR 3

MEDIA III

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JOURNALISM II

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S1 PLAY ANALYSIS

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S2 TECHNICAL WRITING

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CINEMATIC ARTS

PRODUCTION III

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YEAR 4

SENIOR PROJECT: LMC

LSMP

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JOURNALISM III

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CINEMATIC ARTS PRODUCTION IV

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ARTS INTERNSHIP ENTREPRENERSHIP

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