Located in one of the largest media markets in the world, Loyola’s interdisciplinary, Film and Digital Media (FDM) program focuses on the production, use and critical analysis of film and digital media in all of its varieties, from film screens, to mobile devices, to video games. Students in FDM choose from one of three major concentrations:
- International film studies, which prepares students for further work or study in media criticism, history, and theory, programming, curation, and related media professions;
- Film and media production, which provides students with the conceptual and practical skills for working in film, digital video, and new-media production;
- Digital Media, which gives students experience in the production and critical study of multiple new media modes, including web design, social media, information management, game design, or technology development.
For more information on the program and curriculum, visit Loyola’s School of Communication, or look around this site for to see samples of student work, read brief updates on some of our recent alumni, get a peek at what happens in our classrooms and find information on our fabulous instructors.
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