Professional Emphasis - The program is
designed to prepare students to move into practical situations. It is not
oriented to theoretical research.
Individualized Course of Study - With the
assistance of a faculty advisor, each student can structure a program of study
to meet individualized needs.
Production Possibilities - Students desiring a
strong background in video production can gain experience through the two
production courses, independent studies, internships and thesis incorporating
Internship Possibilities - Students have the
opportunity to take an optional internship course to earn credit for practical
experience gained at nearby electronic media facilities.
Flexible Thesis Options - All students are
required to complete a six credit-hour thesis; however, the form of the thesis
may vary for each individual. For example, a thesis incorporating a video tape
production may be acceptable.
Graduate Assistantships - The department
accepts one Graduate Assistant a year to work with the faculty and staff.
Responsibilities include research, production work, cataloging the video library
and general daily activities. A Graduate Assistant receives a tuition waiver
and a year-long stipend.
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