A Major in Church Media/Production Arts requires the completion of the University CORE and specifically selected courses offered by the Schools of Christian Studies, Fine Arts, and Humanities. This interdisciplinary major, designed to prepare graduates for media and production-related worship ministries in churches, combines foundational courses in theology, biblical studies, and ministry with the study of production arts and media.
No minor is required for a Church Media/Production Arts major; students may choose to complete a minor using Elective hours identied below.
Introduction to Christian Ministry
Theology of Christian Worship
History of Christianity
Church Media/Production Arts Practicum (must be taken twice)
Church Media/Production Arts Internship
Communicating the Gospel or Homiletics
Fundamentals of Stagecraft
Stage Lighting and Sound
Fundamentals of Design or Design I
Introduction to Digital Media
Graphic Design I
The Worshiping Church
Introduction to Video Production
Advanced Video Production or Introduction to Photography
12 additional hours (four courses)–6 of which must be at the Junior-Senior level–from these curricula:
the Pruet School of Christian Studies
the School of Fine Arts
the Department of Mass Communications
the Hickingbotham School of Business
5-6 additional elective hours to total 120 hours for the major.