The Role of Production and Applied Skills in a Mass Media Graduate Education Curriculum

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Abstract

This paper is a case study of the recently created Advanced Electronic Media Production concentration as part of the Broadcast and Cinematic Arts M.A. program at CMU. It investigates the strengths and weaknesses of introducing a skills-based curriculum into a graduate program that has been more traditionally theory-based. Outcomes of the program are assessed in terms of student placement and attainment of career goals.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Apr 15 2012
EventBroadcast Education Association - Las Vegas, NV
Duration: Apr 15 2012Apr 15 2012

Conference

ConferenceBroadcast Education Association
Period04/15/1204/15/12

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