In the Broadcasting and Film Program students are trained in both the traditional skills of storytelling in the motion picture, television and radio industries as well as the emerging skills of multiplatform production.
The program prepares students with both the creative and technical skills required for success in the time-based media industry. Students learn how to develop and create original story content, as well as how to prepare, manage and carry out the production process to realize a creative vision.
In this program students:
Develop a balance between the artistic and commercial aspects of the industry and become exposed to a variety of industry practices and players
Study and practice techniques for effective storytelling in both the fiction and non-fiction genres as well as client-based and live to air productions
Gain technical experience with HD broadcasting studios, digital film, television and multiplatform production
Participate in, create and contribute to a wide range of student films, digital video productions and weekly television and multiplatform productions