Virtual Production - Minor

Virtual Production has become common in entertainment media production for films, television, and commercials. Its use is expanding into other areas including architectural/engineering visualization, manufacturing, product design, simulation and training, and live performances for music, theater, and broadcast. The curriculum includes virtual production techniques, storyboarding, visual computing, lighting, and cinematography. On completion of the minor, students will be prepared to fulfill roles in production as Technical Artists, Lighting Specialists, Technical Designers, Digital Asset Artists in a Virtual Art Department, Virtual Imaging Technician/Grip, Pipeline Technical Directors, and Virtual Production Technical Generalists.