Program Learning Outcomes – Entertainment Arts

Upon graduation, students in the BFA Entertainment Arts program will be able to:

  • Storytelling: Convey and execute narrative flow through three act and other story structures to a recognized audience.
  • Communication: Clearly articulate their voice and translate ideas through written, visual, and verbal communication in both traditional and digital media, demonstrating a high level of craftsmanship.
  • Conceptual Skills: Observe and absorb the real world as thinkers and creators, identifying technical elements to propel story, design, and innovation.
  • Performance Thinking: Employ practical skills to become problem solvers within scenario and design.
  • Professionalism: Apprize their strengths, challenge their weaknesses, giving and taking direction as a collaborator in respect to a diverse professional community.