44 profiles found matching keyword search for: film study in Illinois
The study of media and mediated communications is increasingly central to all disciplines, none of which is untouched by our media-saturated world. From agronomy to zoology, from classics to medical sciences, from literature to cell biology, no one can afford to ignore the power of the changing…
Blackburn College
Carlinville, Illinois
This program is designed to prepare students to succeed in either the academic world, or the professional world. With the general focus of a liberal arts education in mind, our Communication Studies program prepares students for continuing on to graduate school, or to successfully step into the…
The American Academy of Art
Chicago, Illinois
The American Academy of Art was founded in 1923 as a school for professional artists. Our classes have traditionally placed an emphasis on drawing and design based on the classical academic tradition. We are home to a distinguished faculty committed to providing our students with artistic skills…
Columbia College - Chicago
Chicago, Illinois
The Film/Video Department at Columbia College Chicago seeks to cultivate artists with a unique vision and the desire to express that vision on film. At the same time, we strive to develop the technical skills that supports this creative passion. Believing that the best way to learn filmmaking is to…
Northwestern University
Evanston, Illinois
The Department of Radio/Television/Film offers undergraduate and graduate education in the history, theory, and production of media. Our educational orientation is broad-based and interdisciplinary. We offer a range of perspectives on media forms from cinema to broadcast television to alternative…
Northern Illinois University
Dekalb, Illinois
Welcome to the Department of Communication at Northern Illinois University. The department provides students and faculty with a supportive environment in which excellence in learning, scholarship and responsive citizenship are encouraged and rewarded. Our 24 professorial faculty, 15 full-time…
Welcome to The Theatre School at DePaul University, one of America''s oldest and most respected theatre conservatories. For more than 80 years, we have prepared students for careers in professional theatre. Our highly specialized programs employ a learning-by-doing approach, featuring student work…
Black Hawk College
Moline, Illinois
The Black Hawk College Communication and Fine Arts department has the magical ability to reach beyond the ordinary... to expand horizons, inspire imagination and touch an audience.
Lewis University
Romeoville, Illinois
The Department of Art and Design has a history of evolving to meet demands within the field of art as well as the growth of the University. We are dedicated to continuing this tradition. We offer a wide range of curricula in the art field and believe we have one of the finest faculties in the…
Millikin University
Decatur, Illinois
Now is an exciting time to be at Millikin as we celebrate more than 100 years of excellence!! Millikin University is well on its way to becoming a distinctive, small University that is nationally recognized for its quality education. We''ve spent the last decade renewing our mission and…
North Central College
Naperville, Illinois
Presidential speeches … conversations with friends and co-workers … newspaper articles … radio banter … TV ads … Hollywood movies … the flood of information on the Internet. Communication in all its forms permeates our lives, shapes our interpersonal relationships and structures the way we view the…
North Park University
Chicago, Illinois
The purpose of the Communication Arts Department is to enable students to learn the theory, analysis and practice of human communication in a variety of contexts. Concentrations in Communication Studies, Media Studies, and Theatre and Performance Studies develop an understanding of interpersonal…
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Parkland College
Champaign, Illinois
Radio-TV/Video Broadcasters If you thrive in a fast-paced work environment with constant deadline pressure, a career in broadcasting may be for you. The work of broadcasters involves more than playing music, interviewing, and gathering and reading news. Broadcasting includes running cameras,…
Principia College
Elsah, Illinois
Mass communication is a powerful force for change in the world today. Rapid advances in technology have opened global opportunities for communicating with greater numbers of people than ever before. However, technological advances are far ahead of knowledge of how to effectively use these powerful…
Roosevelt University
Schaumburg, Illinois
The Media Studies degree is geared to those who wish to explore the media and their effects and influences in society, politics and culture. The major requires eight core courses (24 semester hours), along with four elective courses (12 semester hours) in the major, all with grades of C or…
The Department of Mass Communications is accredited by the highly selective Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (ACEJMC). The program is designed to prepare students for one of the fastest growing and dynamic industries in the United States: mass communication and…
Ludith Vazquez
Chicago, Illinois
I devoted my adjunct existence to film production as well as television production; awarding both dreams careers a fairness quality of my study. My strengths display being a team player, having people skills and being organize. Combine together with my enthusiasm to work hard are essential to my…
Media — whether film, video, or newer digital technologies — are not simply techniques, but, more broadly, the defining elements of our culture and society. In recognition of this, the Department of Film, Video, and New Media was created from two previously separate departments, film and video. For…
Stephen Tabor
Stickney, Illinois
Tribeca Flashpoint Academy Graduate Focus Study - Producer/Production
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