Digital Film Making students focus on the aesthetics of a variety of media and get hands-on experience producing video projects beginning their first semester on campus. Hands-on experience in the Digital Media Center's state-of-the-art digital television studio combined with an extensive use of field equipment give students an understanding of the challenges they will face when they go out on their internships. The history, market, and regulatory environment of the industry are also covered in courses that prepare students for managerial roles in this exciting and expanding industry. Students in the Digital Film Making concentration may also opt to complete a hands-on thesis project in their senior year.
After graduation, Digital Film Making students start careers in the broadcast industry, or work for private production houses.