Minor in Documentary Production and Practice
Description: The interdisciplinary minor in Documentary Production and Practice aims to teach students about the history and application of documentary practice so that they may have an understanding of the specific tools and techniques used in the creation of still and moving images that convey factual, scientific and personal histories.
The College recommends that non-Art majors also take ART 1070 before beginning this minor.
|FILM 2310||Film I 1||3|
|or COMM 2160||Single Camera Production|
|ART 2030||Introduction to Photography 1||3|
|or COMM 2300||Photojournalism|
|Select remaining courses to total 18 credits from: 2||12|
|Introduction to Photography 1|
|Film I 1|
|Single Camera Production|
|Mass Communication Law 1|
|Documentary Film 1|
|Cinematography and Color Grading 1|
|Documentary Field Production 1|
|Advanced Photography 1, 3|
|Film Censorship 1|
|Advanced Television Production 1|
|Mass Communication History 1|
This course has at least one pre-requisite. Contact the instructor to determine if you have acceptable alternative experience for admission into the course.
Courses should be chosen primarily from outside your major. At least 9 credits must be at the 3/4000 level.
Documentary Photography or other appropriate topics chosen in consultation with Advisor.