BS in Digital Cinematography
Full Sail University's Bachelor of Science in Digital Cinematography is designed to help students prepare for an exciting career in the entertainment industry. Read on to learn more about the Bachelor of Science in Digital Cinematography.
Official Program Name:
Bachelor of Science in Digital Cinematography
School Offering Program
Full Sail University
Full Sail University's Bachelor of Science in Digital Cinematography program aims to teach students leadership in digital storytelling and helps students develop skills needed to create projects for television, film, mobile devices, and more. The program's three main areas of focus include filmmaking foundations, digital video technology, and video output. The curriculum focuses on guiding students through the entire creative process, from creating a script to editing and distributing a final product. The program also seeks to develop critical thinking, problem solving, and analytic skills that are intended to help students sustain professional careers.
Program Length/Total Credits Required:
122.5 credit hours
Financial Aid Available:
Financial aid is available for those who qualify.
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Required Courses for a Bachelor of Science in Digital Cinematography:
- DCN 4365: Advanced Post and Story Development (4 credits)
- DCN 3655: Art Design and Location Shooting (4 credits)
- DCN 3333: Digital Audio Production (4 credits)
- FIL 2771: Digital Cinematography I (4.5 credits)
- FIL 2781: Digital Cinematography II (2 credits)
- DCN 4815: Digital Cinematography Final Project (4 credits)
- DGL 101: Digital Literacy (4 credits)
- FLM 367: Directing (4 credits)
- DCN 3435: Electronic Field Production (4 credits)
- DCN 4110: Film Criticism (4 credits)
- DCN 2111: Film Foundations (4 credits)
- DCN 4915: Final Project Post-production (4 credits)
- FIL 1034: History of Motion Picture Arts (2.5 credits)
- ENTB 376: Intellectual Property (3.5 credits)
- PGY 1106: Introduction to Digital Photography (3 credits)
- FLM 321: Introduction to Editing and Visual Effects (4.5 credits)
- FLM 241: Lighting I (3 credits)
- FLM 242: Lighting II (3 credits)
- DCN 4421: Mobility and Data Management (4 credits)
- DCN 4993: Personal Creative Development (4 credits)
- FLM 463: Producing Independent Film (5 credits)
- DCN 3111: Project Planning and Development (4 credits)
- FLM 223: Storytelling (3.5 credits)
- WEB 4550: Web Design (4 credits)
- ART 2007: Art History (4 credits)
- CLP 1006: Behavioral Science (4 credits)
- MGF 1213: College Mathematics (4 credits)
- CGS 1000: Computer Science and Internet (4 credits)
- CRW 2000: Creative Writing (4 credits)
- ENC 1101: English Composition I (4 credits)
- PPE 2110: Ethics and Psychology (4 credits)
- PSC 1030: Fundamentals of Physical Science (4 credits)
Post Graduation Opportunities
Furthering Your Education:
Students interested in increased responsibilities or career advancement may be interested in pursuing an advanced degree. Graduates of Full Sail's Bachelor of Science Program in Digital Cinematography could pursue higher education with an MS in Entertainment Business or an MS in Game Design. Full Sail's MS in Game Design seeks to help students learn skills about production and design in order to further their careers while Full Sail's MS in Entertainment Business focuses on business plan development, storytelling and brand development, and business finance.
After graduating from the Bachelor of Science Program in Digital Cinematography, students could pursue a number of careers in the cinematography field. Responsibilities may include IT project management, live action special effects, 3-D animation, and game development.
Positions that graduates could pursue include:
- Camera Operator
- Data Wrangler
- Digital Cinematographer
- Production Coordinator
- Video Editor
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