If you want to focus your college study on media production, we have several degrees for you to consider.
Television & Digital Media Production offers coursework in field and studio TV production, editing, special effects, and audio, and will give you a well-rounded overview of the business of broadcast and streaming media.
Two degrees involve film and photography, and both start with essentially the same coursework: In Cinema & Photography, you choose after your first year to concentrate either in filmmaking or photography. In Film, Photography, and Visual Arts, you pursue both film and photography through your senior thesis and combine these with study in art and art history. (Related majors offered by IC’s School of Humanities and Sciences: Art, Art History.)
In either of these degrees, you can focus on animation, sound or picture editing; narrative or experimental film; or entertainment/commercial practices.
Our Documentary Studies and Production degree teaches you how to tell the most important stories of our time using the power of visual media. This program combines film, journalism, television, and photography so that you the have visual storytelling skills to engage audiences on important issues. You will learn how to produce, shoot, edit, research, and report on stories that matter.