Ohio University

Integrated Media

The Integrated Media (IM) emphasis area offers students the most flexibility to design their own curriculum. We encourage students to explore a variety of creative production skills while still emphasizing the context in which their media is created; courses may include both fiction and non-fiction elements in a variety of media.
Students may choose from the following classes:

MDIA Foundation/Core (take all five)

  • MDIA 1010 - Evolution of Media
  • MDIA 1020 - Media & Creative Process
  • Production Basics (Choose 2)
    MDIA 1200 - Audio Production Basics
    MDIA 1300 - Digital Media Production Basics
    MDIA 1400 - Video Production Basics
  • MDIA 2010 - Media Analysis and Criticism
  • MDIA 2011 - Business of Media

MDIA Foundation/Core (choose one)

  • MDIA 3150 - Global Media Systems
  • MDIA 3172 - Public Media
  • MDIA 4015 - Media and Development
  • MDIA 4140 - New Media and Communication Technologies
  • MDIA 4141 - Satellite Media and Communications
  • MDIA 4150 - Media and Globalization
  • MDIA 4176 - Technology, Communication, and Culture

IM Classes - (Choose six; at least two from each category)

Content/Analysis

  • MDIA 2100 - Entertainment Law & Finance
  • MDIA 2110 - Media Theory & Research
  • MDIA 2113 - Social Media
  • MDIA 2130 - Television Genres
  • MDIA 2132 - Contemporary American Docs
  • MDIA 2135 - Documentary Genres
  • MDIA 2161 - History of Prime Time TV I
  • MDIA 2162 - History of Prime Time TV II
  • MDIA 2171 - African-American Televisual Images
  • MDIA 2200 - Script Analysis & Production Planning
  • MDIA 2305 - Recording Industry Survey
  • MDIA 2701 - Visual Storytelling
  • MDIA 3102 - Media Content Management
  • MDIA 3105 - Audience Research
  • MDIA 3110 - Advanced Media Criticism
  • MDIA 3111 - Media Phenomenology
  • MDIA 3122 - Social Media: Content Curation
  • MDIA 3160 - History of Computer Graphics
  • MDIA 3807 - Art of Editing
  • MDIA 3810 - Women in Media
  • MDIA 4015 - Media and Development
  • MDIA 4100 - Media Laws and Regulations
  • MDIA 4141 - Satellite Media & Communication
  • MDIA 4150 - Media and Globalization
  • MDIA 4170 - Media and the Muslim World
  • MDIA 4172 - Broadcasting for Social Justice
  • MDIA 4175 - Media and Sexual Representation
  • MDIA 4904 - Special Topics: Integrated Media
  • FILM 2010 - Intro to Film: World Cinema
  • FILM 4310 - Film History I
  • FILM 4320 - Film History II
  • FILM 4330 - Film History III
  • FILM 4440 - Media Arts Management

Content/Creative

  • MDIA 2201 - Short Form Media Scriptwriting
  • MDIA 2202 - Non-Traditional Storytelling
  • MDIA 2300 - Music Production I: Intro Audio
  • MDIA 2400 - Introduction to Digital Media
  • MDIA 2401 - Digital Game Design
  • MDIA 2500 - 3D Modeling and Animation I
  • MDIA 2700 - Video and Audio Field Production
  • MDIA 2800 - Digital Game Postproduction
  • MDIA 3080 - Technical Basis of Media
  • MDIA 3300 - Music Production II: Recording/Producing
  • MDIA 3303 - Sound for Moving Images
  • MDIA 3401 - Digital Game Development
  • MDIA 3500 - 3D Modeling and Animation II
  • MDIA 3600 - Producing for Video/Film
  • MDIA 3700 - Intermediate Video Production
  • MDIA 3701 - Directing the Scene
  • MDIA 3702 - Multicamera Producing/Directing
  • MDIA 3705 - Writing and Producing Podcasts
  • MDIA 3910 - On-Campus Practicum (WOUB)
  • MDIA 4700 - Nonfiction Story and Documentary Production
  • MDIA 4705 - Media and Web Delivery
  • MDIA 4719 - Advanced Video Projects
  • MDIA 4800 - Advanced Video Postproduction
  • MDIA 4904 - Special Topics: Integrated Media
  • EM 2080 - Topics in Electronic Media
  • EM 2100 - Special Topics in Audio
  • EM 2120 - Introduction to Multimedia
  • EM 2140 - Advanced Audio Production
  • EM 2150 - Introduction to Web Design
  • EM 2160 - Introduction to TV Production
  • EM 2170 - Advanced Video Production
  • EM 2180 - Introduction to Digital Media
  • EM 2880 - Electronic Media Workshop
  • EM 2890 - Media Workshop
  • FILM 3400 - Film Techniques
  • FILM 3430 - Screenwriting
  • FILM 4610 - Motion Picture Production I
  • FILM 4620 - Motion Picture Production II
  • FILM 4710 - Film Topics Seminar I
  • FILM 4720 - Film Topics Seminar II