As an outgrowth of the photography discipline, digital cinema places emphasis on using camera media as tools for individual investigation and expression within a broader humanist dialogue of study. It is perceived as a direct extension of the individual in a world requiring the articulation of the lens-based image, as a necessary part of conducting one’s personal and professional life. The digital cinema major extends this continuity between the still and moving image. Students in this interdisciplinary major are engaged in critical thought and a self-motivated practice.
Forty-five semester hours, as outlined below.
A minimum of 24 semester hours in the major field must be completed at Dominican, including the capstone requirement.
Required Core Courses:
Complete the following 9 hours in the art foundations core: