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2024-2025 Southeastern University- Undergraduate Catalog 
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Bachelor of Science, Film Production

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Bachelor of Science, Film Production (Four-Year Plan)  

Program Description

The Film Production program emphasizes the principles and best practices of film production. The film production core features various courses related to filmmaking and storytelling, including classes on narrative, cinematography, screenwriting, and editing; students also select a few film electives (such as those focused on audio, screen acting, or motion graphics). Students critically analyze and produce various films (including documentaries and short films), co-curricular productions, and portfolio and capstone projects in courses and for the annual film festival.

Potential Career Options

Potential career options for those pursuing this degree include director, producer, director of photography (cinematographer), script supervisor, film editor, screenwriter, actor, and other film-related careers.

Total Program Hours - 120

Foundational Core - 34 Credit Hours

Habits of Inquiry - 22 Credit Hours

Major Core - 45 Credit Hours

Divine Design (Major Specific Experiential Learning) - 6 Credit Hours

Divine Design - 35 Credit Hours

To meet the Divine Design requirement, students may earn credit hours in general elective courses, declared minors/certificates, or enjoy other experiential learning opportunities such as study abroad, internships, or practicums. Other practicum options include PRAC 1001  (1 credit hour), PRAC 1002   (2 credit hours), PRAC 1003   (3 credit hours), PRAC 1004   (4 credit hours), up to 24 credit hours. General Electives are any college-level course that does not satisfy the above program requirements. Students must complete the above program requirements with the remaining credit hours earned in the Divine Design to meet the total program hours.

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