Bachelor of Science in Entertainment Industry Studies – Multimedia Technology
The EIS curriculum includes courses in songwriting, audio engineering, record production, entertainment industry entrepreneurship, concert promotion, digital video, and music copyrights & contracts. BS-EIS students are required to complete a comprehensive senior project related to either the audio engineering technology, entertainment industry entrepreneurship, or multimedia technology concentration. Students are also required to complete either a record label practicum with Fighting Okra Records or a live event practicum.
The Multimedia Technology concentration offers classes in digital video and lighting designed to complement audio courses.
Multimedia Technology requires the following courses:
|ART 123 Intro to Digital Art||3|
|ART 235 Fundamentals of Digital Video||3|
|ART 334 Intermediate Digital Video||3|
|ART 378 Fundamentals of Lighting||3|
|ART 455 Advanced Digital Video OR
ART 436 Studio Lighting
|DMI 202 Computer Audio Skills I OR
DMI 203 Computer Audio Skills II
|DMI 211 Recording Studio Theory & Practice I||3|
|DMI 435 Sound Design for Film & Digital Media||3|
|ENG 302 Creative Writing OR
ENG 303 Technical Writing