Digital Media Students:
The goal of this course is to synthesize the various analytical, critical thinking and digital storytelling skills that have been learned by Digital Media majors up to this point in their academic careers (Introduction to Digital Media, Media Theories, Multimedia Production I & II, Social Media and Globalization, Audience Analysis) and put them to use in a project-based setting. This is a senior capstone course; as such, students are expected to be self-motivated and independent. Instruction is not the main goal of this course. It is up to the students to demonstrate to the professor the breadth and depth of what they have learned during their time as digerati at SCJ.
Broadcast Media & Journalism Students:
This class is a capstone to your SCJ career. Students will put into practice the concepts and skills learned in previous reporting and media production courses. Through extensive hands-on experience, you will research, report, write, shoot, produce, and edit hard news and feature stories for broadcast. Our broadcasting class will be working with the students registered in DIG 4552-Advanced Multimedia Production Capstone to produce on-air broadcast quality programming and the digital content to support the program.