What Will I Study?
The video production program at Marshall University engages students in the creation, production and post-production of narrative, documentary and experimental styles of video through an interdisciplinary Bachelor of Arts degree that spans the four Schools within the College of Arts and Media; Art and Design, Journalism and Mass Communication, Music, and Theatre. Students learn to tell powerful stories utilizing the tools and techniques of filmmaking. Courses teach cinematography, documentary research, motion graphics/animation, screenwriting, acting, directing, sound design, and internships which prepare students for a rapidly growing job market in video production.
Current Required Courses
The latest course requirements for incoming students can be found here (PDF)
Any current students will need to refer to the Undergraduate Catalog that matches the year in which they started the program. Look for College of Arts and Media, then College of Arts and Media Interdisciplinary Program, where you will find the Bachelor of Arts with a major in Video Production. Here you will find the specific requirements of the major itself.
The following courses are offered as part of the Video Production program. Please refer to the official 4-year plan for your catalog year to determine which of these will be required for completing your degree.