EPMD - Electronic and Photograhpic Media


Course Descriptions

EPMD 1000 Introduction to Media Production (3)

Beginning students of all communications disciplines learn a certain level of media production literacy. EPMD 1000 incorporates a combination of applied media aesthetics, theory and hands-on production experience in photography, filmmaking, audio and video production. As a core class, EPMD 1000 is a preparation for subsequent theory and production courses in the School of Communications. 

EPMD 1010 Introduction to Media Production for Journalism (3)

Student learns basic aesthetic and technical requirements in the capturing of sound, still images and motion media for delivery to diverse media outlets. Through a series of assigned projects, student becomes proficient in utilizing equipment for acquiring sound, stills and motion media. In post-production, student learns to edit and prepare content for delivery and publishing to media outlets, such as radio, cellular phones, podcasts, Web blogs, etc. To be taken concurrently with JOUR 1030.

EPMD 2000 Introductory Topics in Media Production (1-3)

Specific introductory topics in media production are offered on a rotating basis. Prerequisites may vary with topic. May be repeated for credit if content differs.

EPMD 3000 Intermediate Topics in Media Production (1-3)

Specific intermediate topics in media production are offered on a rotating basis. Prerequisites may vary with topic. May be repeated for credit, if content differs.

EPMD 4000 Advanced Topics in Media Production (1-3)

Specific advanced topics in media production are offered on a rotating basis. Prerequisites may vary with topic. May be repeated for credit, if content differs.

EPMD 4700 Professional Development (3)

Working with a variety of different majors, the student is introduced to the basics of the working world of media production, including: freelancing, the business of production, marketing themselves, and making a portfolio and resume. Studetns will participate in the construction of necessary materials for their further career development, and participate in critiques of those materials. Requires senior standing to enroll. Prerequisite: Senior standing.

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