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1 SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION film and digital media LUC.EDU/SOC Film has become a dynamic global system for production, distribution, and consumption. With the help of new, digital, networked technologies, film, and other new media are shaping the way we communicate and profoundly changing our culture and society. These sweeping changes call for a new approach to the study, creation, and discussion of film and digital media arts. Such an approach emphasizes interdisciplinary skills, cultural diversity, technological literacy, storytelling, and sensitivity to the promotion of social justice. Located in one of the largest media markets in the world, students are exposed to opportunities working with filmmakers and digital media producers. Screenwriters, new media producers and others serve as part-time faculty and help students learn the very latest in theory and techniques. Students are also within easy reach of media companies for internships and hands-on experience. For more information about what s new at Loyola, visit LUC.edu/undergrad/whatsnew. The city of Chicago is Loyola s set and studio. With a film history beginning in 1896, Chicago has been home to more than 900 feature films and television productions, as well as more than 50 film festivals. the major BA in Film and Digital Media Loyola s 43-credit Film and Digital Media (FDM) program focuses on the critical analysis, production, and use of film and digital media in all of its varieties, and explores the migration of communication and entertainment media across platforms, from film screens, to mobile devices, to video games. Students in FDM choose from one of three major concentrations: International Film Studies, which prepares students for further work or study in media criticism, history and theory, curation, and related media professions; Film and Media Production, which provides students with the theoretical and practical skills for working in film, digital video and new media production; digital Media, which gives students experience in both critical study of new media and production skills in multiple new media modes, including web design, social media, information management, game design, or technology development.

2 the major [continued] In keeping with Loyola s Jesuit, Catholic values of social justice and ethical practices, the international film and media studies major offers opportunities for community outreach and service-learning opportunities. Located in Rogers Park, one of the nation s most ethnically diverse neighborhoods, and the North Loop, Loyola s campuses provide ideal locations for students to learn more about the cultures, media, and film of Anglo American, African American, Latin American, Asian, South Asian, African, or Middle Eastern traditions. Career and Internship Opportunities Chicago offers numerous volunteer and internship opportunities for students interested in digital media, international film, and media production. Loyola students have worked or interned at video postproduction houses, television networks, feature films, advertising agencies, social information management firms, technology development start-ups, and international film festivals, or served as social media gurus and web designers for non-profits, PR agencies, and the like. The Faculty Faculty members for this interdisciplinary major include filmmakers, digital artists, and scholars from the School of Communication and Departments of Computer Science, English, Fine and Performing Arts, History, Modern Languages, and others. Their work ranges from documentary production and multimedia performance art to film history, cultural criticism, game theory, screenwriting, digital ethics, archiving, web historiography and graphic design. Resources Film and digital media students have access to media production facilities and editing labs on both campuses, including high-end computer graphics and digital editing systems, performance spaces, professional digital video cameras, lighting and sound equipment, as well as a new convergence studio located in the School of Communication. These resources support the production and design work engaged in by FDM students in every film production and new media course. The city of Chicago provides our set, our background, and access to one of the country s best theatre scenes and largest media markets. With a film history beginning in 1896, Chicago has been home to more than 900 feature films and television productions, as well as more than 50 film festivals including the Chicago International Film Festival, Latino Film Festival, and the Onion City Experimental Film and Video Festival. Both in size and recognition, Chicago s own independent film community is the fastest-growing segment of the industry, and supports successful organizations such as Kartemquin Productions, Second City Comedy, and the Media Burn Independent Video Archive. The city is also home to a large and growing technology and internet start-up industry, spawning such companies as Groupon and Orbitz, as well as scores of social media marketing firms, animation houses, and media services companies. LuCine, an on-campus student organization, gathers weekly to create film festivals, hold lectures with working professionals, screen student films, and explore Chicago s extensive film and media production community. Requirements Loyola s film and digital media program includes 43 credit hours in one of three tracks: international film studies, film and media production, or digital media. All three tracks require foundational, introductory courses in media studies, production, and new media and conclude with a final capstone project, internship, or engaged learning experience (three credit hours). Media studies involves coursework in four additional areas: international cinema history (nine credit hours); critical theory, genre, and movements (nine credit hours); media and society (nine credit hours); and production (three credit hours). Production involves coursework in the same four areas, but in a different distribution: international cinema history (three credit hours); critical theory, genre, and movements (three credit hours); media and society (three credit hours); and production (24 credit hours). Production coursework is comprised of 12 credit hours of required production in photography, video or film production, audio production, and screenwriting, and nine additional credit hours of advanced production courses in topics including documentary video production, cinematography, and computer graphics. No more than three courses (9 credit hours) eligible for the FDM program may be taken to count for another major or minor in a contributing department of the FDM program. In addition to fulfilling major requirements to earn an undergraduate degree, students are required to complete Loyola s Core Curriculum, which teaches them important skills and values. They also develop their own interests by taking general electives. Course Offerings Total Credit Hours: 43 SOC FOUndaTIOn COURSes (10 credit hours for all majors) Communication (COMM) COMM 274 Intro to Cinema (required) 2 LUC.edu/SOC

3 INTERnaTIOnaL FILM AND MedIA CONCenTRATION foundation courses (Six credit hours) COMM 274, plus one additional from the list below. COMM 274 Intro to Cinema (required) ProdUCTIOn EleCTIves (Three credit hours) Choose one course from the list. Production COMM 207 Photojournalism COMM 232 Digital Cinema Production COMM 308 Screen Directing COMM 326 Screenwriting COMM 339 Documentary Video Production COMM 359 Advanced Post-Production COMM 3XX Animation COMM 37X Special Topics in FDM Fine Arts (FNAR) FnaR 115 Photography FnaR 233 Computer Graphics I FnaR 383 Design for the Web Music (MUSC) MUSC 201 Intro to Music Technology Theatre (THTR) THTR 204 Playwriting/Storytelling THTR 252 Intro to Design THTR 253 Crafts for the Stage THTR 261 Beginning Acting THTR 328 Stage Lighting: Theory and Tech I Media and SOCIety (Nine credit hours) Choose three courses from list below; one must be a non-comm course. Anthropology (ANTH) COMM 258 Games Studies COMM 271 Media Culture and Communication COMM 276 Media and Society COMM 283 Global Media COMM 322 Guerilla Media COMM 323 Remixing Culture COMM 357 COMM 361 FnaR 199 History (HIST) HIST 393 Sociology (SOCL) SOCL 123 Archiving and Curating New Media Design and Criticism Art and Visual Culture American Culture and Society on Film Media and Society Cinema HISTORy, Theory & Genre (12 credit hours) Choose four courses from the list below; at least two must be non-comm courses. COMM 203 Topics in Cinema History COMM 301 Discovering China through Film COMM 324 Film Genre English (ENGL) ENGL 284 Intro to Film History engl 359 High and Low Culture FnaR 365 History of Photography FnaR 390 Seminar in Art and Ideas German (GERM) GERM 370 German Cinema Literature (LITR) LITR 204 European Film LITR 219 African Film LITR 244 Indian Film LITR 264 Italian Film Genre LITR 267 Italian Film History LITR 284 International Film Capstone/Engaged Learning (Three credit hours) Choose one course from the list. (Requires a minimum of 25 credit hours of FDM course-work and Junior or Senior standing.) COMM 38X Film Studies Practicum COMM 38X FDM Capstone COMM 357 Archiving and Curating COMM 39X FDM Internship FILM AND MedIA PRODUCTION CONCenTRATION FOUNDATION COURSes (Nine credit hours all 3 courses required) COMM 274 Intro to Cinema ProdUCTIOn EleCTIves (15 credit hours) Choose five courses, two must be non-comm courses. COMM 207 Photojournalism COMM 232 Digital Cinema Production COMM 257 Radio/TV Writing COMM 308 Screen Directing COMM 326 Screenwriting COMM 338 Narrative Production LUC.edu/SOC 3

4 LITR 264 LITR 267 LITR 284 Italian Film Genre Italian Film History International Film COMM 339 Documentary Video Production COMM 359 Advanced Post-Production COMM 384 Film Practicum COMM 3XX Animation COMM 37X Special Topics in FDM COMP 104 Computer Animation COMP 150 Introduction to Computing FnaR 115 Photography FnaR 219 Digital Photography FnaR 233 Computer Graphics I FnaR 333 Computer Graphics II FnaR 383 Design for the Web MUSC 201 Intro to Music Technology THTR 204 Playwriting/Storytelling THTR 252 Intro to Design THTR 253 Crafts for the Stage THTR 261 Beginning Acting THTR 328 Stage Lighting: Theory and Tech I FILM & Media STUdies (Six credit hours) Choose two courses, one must be a non-comm course. COMM 203 Topics in Cinema History COMM 200 Communication and New Media COMM 258 Games Studies COMM 276 Media and Society COMM 283 Global Media COMM 301 Discovering China through Film COMM 322 Guerilla Media COMM 323 Remixing Culture COMM 324 Film Genre COMM 357 Archiving and Curating COMM 361 New Media Design and Criticism ENGL 284 Intro to Film History engl 359 High and Low Culture FnaR 199 Art and Visual Culture FnaR 365 History of Photography FnaR 390 Seminar in Art and Ideas HIST 393 American Culture and Society on Film SOCL 123 Media and Society GERM 370 German Cinema LITR 204 European Film LITR 219 African Film LITR 244 Indian Film Capstone/Engaged Learning (Three credit hours) Choose one course from the list. (Requires a minimum of 25 credits of FDM course-work and Junior or Senior standing.) COMM 338 Narrative Production COMM 384 Digital Cinema Practicum COMM 38X FDM Capstone COMM 39X FDM Internship DIGITAL MedIA CONCenTRATION Applied COURSes (Six Credit Hours) COMM 275, plus one additional from the list. (required) COMP 105 Computer Animation COMP 125 Visual Information Processing COMP 150 Intro to Computing Methods (Three credit hours) Choose one course from the list below: COMM 246 Naturalistic Methods COMM 248 Observing & Measuring Communication Behavior COMM 249 Rhetorical Criticism COMM 321 Critical Ethnography in Communication Media TheORy, HISTORy and Law (Six credit hours) Choose two from list, one must a be non-comm course. COMM 280 History of Communication Technologies COMM 282 Media Law engl 358 Cultural Theory engl 359 High and Low Culture electives (15 credit hours) Choose five courses from the list, at least two must be non-comm courses, and at least three at 200-level or above. ANTH 223 East Asian Pop Culture Black World Studies (BWS) BWS 370 African-American Mass Media COMM 206 Writing for the Web COMM 207 Photojournalism COMM 258 Games Studies COMM 263 Introduction to Design and Editing continued LUC.edu/SOC 4

5 the minor Requirements DIGITAL MedIA CONCenTRATION EleCTIves [COntinued] COMM 271 COMM 274 COMM 276 COMM 283 COMM 307 COMM 322 COMM 323 COMM 357 COMM 359 COMM 361 COMM 3XX COMM 37X COMP 104 COMP 111 COMP 125 COMP 150 COMP 316 COMP 317 Media Culture and Communication Intro to Cinema Media and Society Global Media Digital Humanities (DIGH) DIGH 400 engl 358 engl 359 Communication and Social Change Guerilla Media Remixing Culture Archiving and Curating Advanced Post-Production New Media Design and Criticism Animation*** Special Topics in Film & Media Production Computer Animation History of Computing Visual Information Processing Introduction to Computing Ethics & Computers Social, Legal, and Ethical Issues in Computing Introduction to Digital Humanities Research Cultural Theory High and Low Culture FnaR 132 Visual Communication 1 FnaR 219 Digital Photography 1 FnaR 232 Visual Communication 2 FnaR 233 Computer Graphics 1 FnaR 319 Digital Photography 2 FnaR 332 Visual Communication 3 FnaR 333 Computer Graphics 2 FNAR 334 Computer Graphics 3 FnaR 382 Visual Communication 4 SOCL 123 SOCL 126 Media and Society Science, Technology & Society This minor focuses on the critical analysis, study and production of film, new and digital media in all of its forms. Students will develop an essential understanding of the history, development and use of these media forms, and learn basic skills to apply towards the production or design film and digital media. Total Credit Hours: 21 FDM CORe COURSes (Three credit hours required) COMM 201 Media Theory and Criticism FOUndaTIOn COURSes (Three credit hours) Choose one course from the list. COMM 200 Communication and New Media COMM 274 Intro to Cinema Basic PROdUCTIOn COURSes (Three credit hours) Choose one course from the list. COMM 275 Web Design & Usability ProdUCTIOn EleCTIves (Six credit hours) Choose two courses, at least one 200-level or above. COMM 130, 135, 207, 232, 257, 275, 308, 326, 339, 359, 384, 3XX, COMP 104, 150, FnaR 115, 219, 233, 383, MUSC 201, THTR 204, 252, 253, 261, 328 FILM & Media STUdies (Six credit hours) Choose two classes, one outside of SOC. anth 210, 308, COMM 200, 203, 258, 276, 283, 301, 307, 322, 323, 324, 357, 361, ENGL 199, 284, 359, 365, 390, HIST 393, GERM 370, LITR 204, 219, 244, 264, 267, 284, SOCL 123 Capstone/Engaged Learning (Three credit hours) Choose one course from the list. (Requires a minimum of 25 credit hours of FDM course-work and Junior or Senior standing.) COMM 357 Archiving and Curating COMM 379 New and Digital Media Practicum COMM 387 New and Digital Media Capstone COMM 39X FDM Internship LUC.edu/SOC 5

6 contact us Loyola University Chicago Undergraduate Admission Office 1032 W. Sheridan Road Chicago, IL P E W LUC.edu/undergrad Film and Digital Media Aaron Greer, program director 51 E. Pearson Avenue Chicago, IL P E W LUC.edu/film Information in this brochure is correct as of July For the most up-to-date information, visit LUC.edu/undergrad/academics Loyola is an equal opportunity educator/employer.

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