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Cleveland State University (CSU School of Communication)

The exploding markets and society's need for a continuous flow of information around the globe have created a high demand for specialists who have a working, critical knowledge of media technologies and who can creatively apply that knowledge.
The Bachelor of Arts in Film and Digital Media provides students with the professional skills and credentials that employers seek in the growing fields of film, video and DVD production. Depending on your area of focus, you'll learn how to produce and edit video, author DVDs, produce other digital communications, write, direct and produce films and explore the social consequences of mass media messages.

A major in film and digital media should prepare students for careers in broadcasting, digital video production, film production, and applied media research. Graduates with expertise in film and digital media can be hired as producers, videographers, and specialists producing DVD-based entertainment, education and training materials. Those who choose media studies will be marketable in media management, where knowledge of programming and research is essential. Employment in the information super sector is expected to increase by over 18%, adding over 600,000 jobs to the economy, by 2012.

Special tracks: Three areas of concentration are available within the Film & Digital Media major The Film sequence provides training in screenwriting and film production. The Digital Media sequence provides future broadcasters, DVD authors and project managers, and digital video and film makers with the skills they need in an era of visual media convergence. The Media Studies sequence gives students exposure to faculty who specialize in the effects of technology and mass media on children and adults

School name:Cleveland State UniversityCSU School of Communication
Address:2121 Euclid Avenue
Zip & city:OH 44115-2214 Ohio
Phone:(216) 687-2000

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