Sep 21, 2020  
Loyola Marymount University Bulletin 2020-2021 
    
Loyola Marymount University Bulletin 2020-2021

International Documentary Production Minor


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The Undergraduate International Documentary Minor Program is dedicated to the development of authentic voices for the advancement of social justice through the production of documentaries that make a difference. The program is committed to the intellectual, creative, ethical, and professional growth of students, and strives to achieve this through an integrated and international curriculum that instructs and inspires its students to cultivate individual artistic sensibilities and conscientious perspectives. It is required that students as part of the Program will study for one semester in an International environment.

Learning Outcomes of the Minor in International Documentary Production


Upon completing the program, students with a minor in International Documentary Production will know:

  • The basic techniques of visual storytelling
  • The basic processes of producing, directing, cinematography, editing, sound recording and design, and set design, while developing leadership and teamwork skills in the documentary format
  • The current technologies involved in the creation of documentary production.

Upon completing the program, students with a minor in International Documentary Production will be able to:

  • Clearly communicate real life story, theme, and concept in their works
  • Apply learned techniques of film production to creative works of their own
  • Give constructive feedback and implement revision of their own creative work based on feedback received
  • Balance creative and organizational skills
  • Practice teamwork, while developing leadership skills
  • Create and treat content in innovative and imaginative ways.

Minor Coursework


(18 semester hours)

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