A major in media production will prepare you to use some of culture's most powerful tools for a life of transformational service to society.
A 2009 graduate of the Media Production program, Rachel Kolb connects the dots between the many jobs for which Calvin has prepared her.
As a media production major, you will:
acquire sequenced principles and skills
study media theory, history and criticism
collaborate in time-intensive group activities
enjoy mentoring relationships with professors
develop a graduate reel of media projects
Take the following sequences of courses:
CAS 145: Introduction to Film (3)
CAS 190: Introduction to Video Production (4) (see a sample syllabus for this course)
CAS 248: Scriptwriting (3)
CAS 249: Audio Design and Aesthetics (3) (see a sample syllabus for this course)
— Prerequisites for both courses: CAS 145, CAS 190
Two Courses selected from:
CAS 250: Multi-Camera Production (3) (see a sample syllabus for this course) CAS 316: Principles of Directing (4)
— Prerequisite: CAS 218
CAS 290: Video Production II (3)
Two Courses from: CAS 346: Internship in Communication (4)
CAS 351: Advanced Media Production (3): Repeatable.
— Prerequisite: CAS 248, CAS 250, or 290, and permission of instructor
CAS 390: Independent Study (3-4)