Television and Digital Media Degree
Bachelor's Degree Program Television and Digital Media
Why Major in Television and Digital Media Production?
Within the Television and Digital Media Production (TDMP) program, college students acquire skills in film, audio, and video production, interactive media production and authoring, instructional design, editing, script writing, and graphics. All these skills are built on a foundation of planning, scripting, directing, and producing television and video programs.
Almost all of the digital media production program's classes are hands-on. DVD-R, CD-ROM, digital videotape, and a variety of other media are available to Television and Digital Media Production students. The curriculum is constantly being scrutinized to assure that it remains current with the industries where our Television media Production graduates are employed.
Advance Your Career with a Digital Media Production Degree
After completing the necessary requirements, the student of the television and digital media production degree will further perfect their skills in a 6-month internship off campus. The Television and Digital Media Production internship will take place at a production facility or station typically in Michigan or Chicago. This exciting class allows the Television Media Production degree student to gain experience in a real-world setting working full-time with industry professionals.
Television and Digital Media Production College Graduates
Get Great Jobs
Graduates of the television and digital media production degree learn communication skills in visual media that apply to a wide range of careers. Television and Digital Media Production Alumni have been employed in television and digital media production positions in broadcasting, cable, corporations, manufacturing facilities, hospitals, professional sports venues, independent production companies, post-production firms, education, government, and industry.
Television and Digital Media Production Bachelor's Degree
High school students and college students wishing to transfer into the television and digital media degree program with 29 credit hours or less must possess a high school grade point average of 2.25 (on a 4.0 scale) or an ACT composite score of 15. College students transferring into the digital media production degree with 30 credit hours or more must possess a 2.0 cumulative GPA.
College Degree Television Media Production
Completion of the television and digital media production degree program at Ferris leads to a Bachelor of Science degree. Graduation from the television and digital media production degree requires a minimum 2.5 GPA in the curriculum and a minimum 2.25 GPA overall. Television and digital media degree students must complete all general education requirements as outlined on the General Education website.
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