Video & Motion Graphics

Bachelor of Science

B.S. in Video and Motion Graphics (VMG) with a Concentration in Digital Film-Making

Wilmington University's VMG Digital Film-Making concentration will allow students to explore introductory and advanced digital film making, with instruction on directing and shooting digital films, as well as documentary production and location lighting.

Course Requirements

General Studies Core (39 credits)

ART 210 Basic Design

BCS 210 Computer Science

COM 300 Available Online Communication Theory

ECO 105 Available Online  Fundamentals of Economics

ENG 121 Available Online  English Composition I

ENG 122 Available Online English Composition II

HIS 230 Available Online  History of Art and Design

HUM 360 Available Online  Human World Views: 3500 BCE–1650 AD
or HUM 361 Available Online  Human World Views: 1650 AD–Present

MAT 205 Available Online  Introductory Survey of Mathematics

PSY 101 Available Online  Introduction to Psychology

PHI 100 Available Online Introduction to Critical Thinking

SCI Any Natural Science Elective

VMG 313 Available Online Aesthetics of Film

Video and Motion Graphics Core (45 credits)

COM 310 Available Online Legal Aspects of Communication

DSN 210 Available Online Digital Image Manipulation

DSN 220 Concept Development

VMG 100 Camera & Cinematography Techniques

VMG 101 Introduction to Audio

VMG 102 The Production Process

VMG 200 Advanced Camera & Cinematography Techniques

VMG 201 Fundamentals of Motion Graphics

VMG 202 Advanced Audio Recording Techniques

VMG 222 Story Design Methods

VMG 301 Lighting for Production 1

VMG 302 Lighting for Production 2

VMG 400 On Location Production Techniques

VMG 402 Studio Production Techniques

VMG 422 Non-Linear Editing

Digital Film-Making Track (36 credits)

DFM 200 Introduction to Digital Film-Making

DFM 300 Directing Digital Films

DFM 350 Digital Film-Making II

DFM 400 Directing Digital Films II

VMG 350 Journalism in Practice

VMG 401 Producing the Documentary

VMG 423 Advance Non-Linear Editing

VMG 487 Senior Project

VMG 490 Internship

Free Electives (9 credits)

Please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.