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Digital Media Production
Program Administrator

Dr. Mary Blue
7041 Freret St. #103
504-862-3039
mblue@tulane.edu

Faculty

Prof. Matthew Martinez
7041 Freret St. #104
504-314-7158
mmartine@tulane.edu


 

COORDINATE MAJOR IN DIGITAL MEDIA PRODUCTON

New Orleans is quickly becoming a major center for Digital Media Production, particularly film. Currently, there are unparalleled opportunities for students to become a part of this fast growing industry. The mission of the coordinate undergraduate major in Digital Media Production is to educate our students in the art, craft, and technology of film, television, video, animation and sound production. Our new program offers intensive, hands-on production experience, coupled with a broad exposure to the liberal arts. Our goals and objectives include the development of individual talent and skills within a collaborative working environment. We want to encourage our students to become creative and thoughtful practitioners in the world of media. We will also support a strong internship program offering a wide range of options for pre-professional experience and provide venues for the presentation and promotion of student work.

Courses

The coordinate major in digital media production first requires students to declare a major in another discipline before declaring the DMP coordinate major. The program is an interdisciplinary, 30 credit program that can include courses from Music, Theatre and Dance, Communication, Art, or English. Students will take 5 required courses and 5 electives:

  • DMPR 2001 Digital Filmmaking Fundamentals I
  • DMPR 2002 Digital Filmmaking Fundamentals II
  • DMPR 5550 Advanced Digital Filmmaking I
  • DMPR 5560 Advanced Digital Filmmaking II

Electives

The remaining 15 credits to be chosen from the following electives:

  • DMPR 1110 Intro to Creative Industries
  • DMPR 3220 Digital Production for Non Profits
  • DMPR 3030 Television and Film Sound Design
  • DMPR 3040 Lighting and Cinematography
  • DMPR 3910/3920 Special Topics
  • DMPR 4070 Contemporary Film as Art and Industry
  • DMPR 4910/4920 Independent Study