TV, Radio, Film & Theatre

Student Learning Outcomes - B.A. TV, Radio and Film

    1. Become media literate: Know the history, processes and current structure of the electronic media, its ethical parameters, and the social and political effects of electronic and mass communication on a audience.
    2. Tell meaningful stories through production of good narratives. Appreciate the art and aesthetics of media (radio, television, film).
    3. Communicate information and entertainment to diverse cultures using radio, television and film. Be sensitive to the ways and processes of, and the attitudes held by races, religions, political and social groups that are not their own.
    4. Understand how to plan, produce, write and direct radio, television and film/cinema projects. Achieve professional-level skills of production. Select and operate video/television, film, and audio/radio technologies.
    5. Determine what type of information is needed for a research question, problem, or issue, and be able to retrieve, evaluate and effectively use such information to produce scholarship.

Performance Outcomes - TV, Radio and Film

    1. Graduates will leave the major with an understanding of how to plan, produce, write and direct simple radio, television and film projects.
    2. Graduates will leave the major with a basic understanding of how to communicate information and entertainment to diverse cultures using radio, TV, film and Internet.
    3. Graduates will be sensitive to the ways and processes of, and the attitudes held by races, religions, political and social groups not their own.
    4. Graduates will leave the major with a knowledge of the history, processes and current structure of the electronic media, its ethical parameters, and the social and political effects of electronic communication on a audience.
    5. Graduates will leave the major with an understanding of the selection and operation of video, f11m, audio and Internet production technologies.
    6. Graduates will leave the major able to determine what type of information is needed for a research question, problem, or issue, and be able to retrieve, evaluate and effectively use such information.

Schedule (doc)

Spring 2010 (doc) 
Spring 2009 (doc)
Spring 2008 report (doc)
Spring 2008 by SLO (doc)
Spring 2007 (doc)
Fall 2007 (doc)

Student Learning Outcomes - B.A. Theatre Arts

    1. Demonstrate a literacy of language of stage and/or screen; know how to analyze a script, understand the historical and contemporary structure of a script, and the social and political effects of a performance on an audience
    2. Demonstrate an ability to tell meaningful stories through performance; correlate performance to production; Demonstrate acting skills and development of a character.
    3. Communicate information and entertainment to diverse cultures using stage and/or screen; demonstrate sensitive to the processes of and the attitudes held by races, religions, political and social groups that are not their own
    4. Demonstrate how to plan, perform, produce, write and direct for stage and screen; demonstrate professional-level skills of production; design for and operate contemporary technologies
    5. Demonstrate what type of information is needed for a research question, problem, or issue, and be able to retrieve, evaluate and effectively use such information to produce quality scholarship

Schedule (doc)

Spring 2010 (doc) 
Spring 2009 (doc)
Spring 2008 (doc)
Spring 2008 by SLO (doc)
Spring 2007 (doc)
Fall 2007 (doc)

Student Learning Outcomes - M.A. Theatre Arts

    1. Learn research methods appropriate for answering questions and solving problems in the field.
    2. Acquire skills in information gathering, data and text interpretation, performance in different media, and performance technologies.
    3. Evaluate previous research, attitudes, and achievements in performing arts from a critical perspective.
    4. Learn to identify historical, cognitive, aesthetic, or cultural realities governing the evolution of the performing arts.
    5. Develop persuasive research evidence in the format of academic journal publication
    6. Demonstrate effective pedagogical strategy and teaching effectiveness.
    7. Contribute creative or organizational leadership in performing arts education and culture.
    8. Identify a valid area of new academic inquiry and an appropriate research methodology designed to sustain the attention of an influential, critical audience.
    9. Prepare for competitive entry into doctoral programs or other significant areas of career advancement.

Schedule (doc)

Spring 2013 (pdf)
Spring 2011 (doc)
Spring 2010 (doc) 
Spring 2009 (doc)
Spring 2008 report (doc)
Spring 2008 by SLO (doc)
Spring 2007 (doc)
Fall 2007 (doc)

 

Program Planning Documents

Program Planning Report for Television, Radio, Film & Theatre

 

This page last updated 11/14/13