Newhouse's television, radio and film program offers you unique opportunities in and out of the classroom. Experiences like the "Bollywood Snapshots" trip to India and the LA Semester and Newhouse in New York City programs, student media outlets like Orange Television Network and resources like the Bleier Center for Television and Popular Culture enhance your education and allow you to tailor it to your interests and goals.
For complete major requirements and a list of available undergraduate television, radio and film courses, see the SU Course Catalog.
Featured Course: TRF 424
Course covers screenwriting theory and the script development process. Writing topics include story structure, genres, character development, dialogue, and script formatting. Business topics include pitching, writing script coverage, supervising development, and breaking into the industry.
Featured Course: TRF 656
This course introduces students to theory and production of sound for television and film. Includes information processing, aesthetics, perception of sound, sound/picture relationship, analog and digital sound studios, production recording, signal processing, nonlinear editing and mixing. Additional work required of graduate students.