Digital Creative Media and Film Major Requirements

Digital Creative Media and Film Major Requirements

  • CORE (43*)
    *Fine Arts CORE Elective met by one of the following courses: ARTD 1151, 1152, 1153; MUSI 1100, 1101, 1105, 1107; THEA 1180, 1286
  • Interim Term (9)
  • Free Electives (14)
  • DCMF Foundations (15)
    • ARTD 1151 — Drawing I (3)
    • MUSI 1100* — Music Fundamentals ( 3)
    • MUSI 2390 – Audio Engineering (3)
    • MUSI 3369 – New Media (3)
    • THEA 3381 — Lighting Design (3)
  • DCMF Electives (21 selected from the following list)
    • ARTD 1152 2-D Design (3)
    • ARTD 1153 3-D Design (3)
    • ARTD 2224 Documentary Photography (3)
    • ARTD 3222 Digital Imaging (3)
    • ARTD 2281 Animation I (3)
    • ARTD 2282 Animation II (3)
    • ARTD 3281 Digital Ink and Paint (3)
    • ARTD 3282 Stop Motion Animation (3)
    • MUSI 1101 Theory 1 (3)
    • MUSI 1102 Theory 2 (3)
    • MUSI 1105/06 Applied (1 ea)
    • MUSI 3105/06 Applied ( 2 ea)
    • MUSI 1107/08 Ens. (1 each)
    • THEA 1180 Stagecraft (3)
    • THEA 1286 Makeup (3)
    • THEA 2110 Intro to Design (3)
    • THEA 2330 Script Analysis (3)
    • THEA 3385 Costume Design (3)
    • THEA 3390 Adv Stagecraft (3)
    • ENGL 3303 Advanced Composition (3)
    • ENGL 3306 Creative Writing Workshop (poetry) (3)
    • ENGL 3308 Creative Writing Workshop (fiction) (3)
    • MGMT 1101 Contemporary Business Issues ( 3)
    • MGMT 2200 Foundations of Business ( 3)
    • MGMT 4401 Foundations of Entrepreneurship (3)
  • DCMF Advanced courses (18)
    • DCMF 3001 Audio Techniques for Film, Video & TV (3)
    • DCMF 3002 Techniques of Video Production (3)
    • DCMF 3003 Script Writing (3)
    • DCMF 4460 Production Project (3) – junior or senior year, resulting in a public presentation of completed project
    • DCMF 4470 Internship (1-3)
    • DCMF 4488 Senior Capstone Project (3) – seniors only, resulting in a public presentation of completed project
(Total 120 hours)


Digital Creative Media and Film

The Digital Creative Media and Film program strives to:
  • provide a well-rounded curriculum that prepares majors for graduate study, employment in their chosen field, and/or vocational pursuits.
  • provide collaborative opportunities for peer-to-peer as well as faculty-student research.
  • provide opportunities for all students to develop an awareness and understanding of their chosen field as an integral part of the human experience.
Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of a Digital Creative Media and Film degree, a student should be able to:
  • demonstrate a broad range of film and video production and post-production techniques.
  • demonstrate the ability to synthesize ideas and techniques in creative expression.
  • demonstrate appropriate facility with the tools and techniques of their chosen field that can result in ongoing participation in artistic and professional endeavor.

For additional information contact:

Professor Lee Johnson
Digital Creative Media and Film
Program Director
ljohnson@lagrange.edu
706-880-8351

Professor Marcia Brown
Fine and Performing Arts
Division Chair
mbrown@lagrange.edu
706-880-8325