The Department of Radio-TV-Film at California State University, Fullerton (CSUF), offers a comprehensive curriculum and active learning environment to prepare students for meaningful careers in film and telecommunication -- broadcast, cable, satellite, wireless, digital, and interactive media.
A variety of courses in critical studies, production, and writing examine many aspects of the electronic media and cinema. Download the RTVF Student Learning Outcomes one-sheet.
A student who earns the Bachelor of Arts degree in Radio-TV-Film:
knows the foundational history of the film and electronic media industry and how that history shapes the industry’s present and future;
understands the structure and function of film and electronic media in society;
applies fundamental production concepts to aural and visual productions;
demonstrates fundamental story concepts and writing proficiency;
contributes ethically to the media industry;
consumes film and electronic media critically;
creates at least one project or portfolio piece, such as a script, production, or thesis;
experiences a meaningful internship with exposure to the real workings of the radio, television, and/or film industry.
Department Chair: Dr. Garret S. Hart
Dept. of Radio-TV-Film, Cal State Fullerton
800 N. State College Blvd., CP-650-07
Fullerton, CA 92831