The Bachelor of Innovation (BI) degree in Digital Filmmaking combines academic studies and professional training to prepare students for a variety of careers in mass communication including film, television, corporate video, educational video, documentary making, freelance production, video gaming, and new media. The degree is structured so that students will gain a depth of understanding in communicating using images and sound that include camera techniques, lighting, sound recording, video and sound editing, story structures, as well as a breadth of other concepts in communication, business and entrepreneurship.
- 42 credit hours of COMM course work, 18 of which must be upper-division (3000+ level). All COMM department courses must be completed with a grade of C or better.
- 24 credit hours of Innovation Core courses on innovation, entrepreneurship, business and IP law, and policy. Students develop an innovation portfolio that documents and highlights their roles and contributions in these various courses.
- 15 credit hours of Cross-Discipline Core courses.