Film and Digital Media (FDM) is a 43-credit major or 21-credit minor. Students in the major choose from one of three concentrations:
FDM is an interdisciplinary program that allows students in each concentration to take some classes from outside of the School of Communication and apply those courses towards their major, thus customizing their educational experience. For example, a student interested primarily in interactive media might supplement their classes in FDM with courses in computer programming or graphic design; a student interested primarily in cinematography might apply courses in art photography to the major; a student concentrating on film studies might take an Italian cinema class or a course in popular cultural from the history department.
Follow the links to see the list of requirements and available courses in the program.
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