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Cinema Arts

Cinema Arts Concentration
Lower Division Communication Core 15 units

MATH/PSYC/

SOCS 265C Introduction to Statistical Methods 3 units

COMM 220 Elements of Storytelling 3 units

COMM 258 Christianity/Artistic Culture 3 units

COMM 273 Visual Technology 3 units

COMM 290 Introduction to Interpersonal Communication 3 units

Upper Division Communication Core 7 units

COMM 413 Preparing for Post Graduation 1 unit

COMM 450 Internship 3 units

COMM 464C Media Criticism 3 units

Cinema Arts Concentration Requirements 32 units

COMM 125 Intro to Filmmaking 1 unit

COMM 222 Digital Photography 3 units

COMM 229 Foundations of Video and Audio Production 3 units

COMM 246 American Cinema History 3 units

COMM 303 Audio Techniques 3 units

COMM 327 Directing 3 units

COMM 353 Cinematography 3 units

COMM 358 Screenwriting Fundamentals 3 units

COMM 361 Non-Linear Editing 3 units

COMM 366 Short Film Production 4 units

COMM 495 Senior Project (A or D) 3 units

Cinema Arts Concentration Electives 9-10 units

(choose a minimum of 9-10 units)

COMM 309 Graphic Design 4 units

COMM 314 Mythology in Film 3 units

COMM 317 Creative Process—Theory and Practice 3 units

COMM 336 Advanced Screenwriting Workshop 3 units

COMM 339 Producing for Television and Film 3 units

COMM 359 Discussions in Cinema 3 units

COMM 365 Sound Design 3 units

COMM 373 Documentary Film Production 4 units

COMM 375 Television Studio Production 4 units

COMM 379 Cinema Technology Series (repeatable) 1-2 units

COMM 406 Event Management 1 unit

COMM 426 Advanced Screenwriting Workshop 3 units

COMM 449 Special Effects and Motion Graphics 4 units

COMM 461 Advanced Cinematography 4 units

COMM 470 Special Topic 1- 4 units

COMM 472 Advanced Non-Linear Editing 4 units

COMM 478 Filmmaker Series (repeatable) 1-3 units

COMM 483 The Recording Studio in Production 4 units

A portfolio is required of all graduating Cinema Arts seniors. Students are required to submit a portfolio of work which can be the best of their class projects, contain work made outside of the class, at internships, jobs or apprenticeships.

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