The minor in media production is designed to give students majoring in any discipline foundational skills in media making, while also allowing students to pursue a range of elective courses in their particular areas of creative interest.


The minor consists of a total of 19 credit hours, with three required media production courses that combine theory with technical skill in order to prepare students for upper division study.

Students must complete all classes for the minor with a grade of C- or better and an overall GPA in the minor of 2.0.  

Students may apply no more than six credit hours of transfer work, including three hours of upper-division credit.

Required Courses and Semester Credit Hours

Required Foundation Courses
CMDP 1400Introduction to Contemporary Media Cultures4
CMDP 2500Introduction to Media Practices3
CMDP 3600Creative Media Making3
Choose three upper-division media production courses:9
Critical Media Practices Workshop II
Contemporary Image Making Practices
Images and Stories
Digital Photographic Practices
Audio/Vision 360
Multimedia Composition
Media Production Methods and Ideas
3D for Extended Realities: Animation
Introduction to Extended Realities
Documentary Media Poetics
Engaged Documentary Media Practices
Performance Media Practices
Advanced Performance Media Workshop
Sound Practices
Sonic Arts I
Hearing Image, Seeing Sound
Media Production Topics
Media Professional Seminar
Small Screen Storytelling
Media Environments
Introduction to Computational Media
Multimedia Sound
Collaborative Performance Media Making
Dance for Camera
Projection Practices
Installation and Performance Media
Digital Art and Emergent Technologies
Advanced Virtual Reality
Topics in Immersive Media
Advanced Documentary Practices
Ethnographic Media
Undergraduate Independent Study
Sonic Arts II
Sound and Technology
Total Credit Hours19