MultiMedia Production Concentration

Bachelor of Science Degree

Program Overview

Multimedia production is one of the four major concentration areas in the media major. The goals of the media major are:

  • Develop skills in production and dissemination of material through the mass media (television, film, Web and journalism) which provide a foundation on which to build specific career skills
  • Provide a base for a wide range of vocational experiences in mass media communication centering on production, direction and management
  • Provide appropriate preparation for graduate study

MultiMedia Production Concentration Overview

"The MMI has developed my creative skills and thinking so that I can communicate effectively to my generation and the generation to come. There is so much to learn in this field, more than most can comprehend. I love how there are so many resources other than just the classroom to learn my trade."

Michael Boggs

Student: Michael
Major: MultiMedia Production
Hometown: Owasso, OK

MMP courses cover a broad spectrum of media production, including web, CD/DVD, audio, video, and creativity. During their freshman and sophomore years, multimedia production students experience introductory media classes. In the course of their sophomore year, students apply for entrance into this selective program. Acceptance into the program is limited and based on admission to the multimedia institute, which includes but is not limited to the following criteria:

  • Performance in previous production courses
  • Evaluation by previous MMC professors
  • Previous class attendance, participation and academic performance
  • Student essay and interview
  • Professional goals of the student
  • Willingness to commit to the discipline and intensive schedule of the program

Seniors focus on a final media project and mediating an international marketing campaign. Students completing studies at the Institute will have a Web portfolio of their work.

What Do You Have To Look Forward To?

A very special junior year...a year-long, intense experience that goes far beyond classroom training. In addition to regular class-work, spend your time creating media in a hands-on environment. Develop competencies working on real world projects such as audio and video production, Web and interactive authoring and Internet development and gain practical experience manning cameras and other equipment at chapels, plays and the campus-wide news show. If you envision a future in audio, visual or interactive media this is your training ground.

At ORU MultiMedia Production Majors will experience

  • Single and multiple-camera shoots
  • News and dramatic formats
  • Linear and nonlinear video editing
  • Weekly student newscasts
  • Biweekly multiple-camera chapel broadcast seminars with industry professionals and/or corporate field trips
  • Web design, CD and DVD development
  • Scriptwriting and analysis of major motion pictures
  • Multi-track audio recording and sweetening
  • Broadcast electronics and media facility design

Software and Facilities

Each student has their own computer with Avid video editing, Adobe Photoshop and After Affects. Software training includes Macromedia/Adobe Director, Apple Pro Suite (DVD Studio Pro, Final Cut, Motion, Compressor) ProTools, Flash, Illustrator and Avid certified training.

Facilities and activities include: digital cameras, Foley room, ADR, 24-48 channel audio consoles, broadcast facility-live shows to satellite with five cameras, three TV studios, multiple video edit suites and a weekly campus television newscast.


A degree in multimedia production can lead to a career as a:

  • Producer
  • Director
  • Videographer
  • Audio engineer
  • Video editor
  • Web designer
  • DVD designer

Many of our graduates have successfully completed graduate programs at various universities across the nation and abroad.

Course Offerings Include

  • Fundamentals in Mass Media Communications
  • Newswriting
  • Advertising and Marketing
  • Mass Communications Strategy
  • Audio Production
  • Interactive Media
  • TV Production
  • Scriptwriting
  • Field Production and Editing
  • Film Production Techniques
  • Lighting for TV/Film
  • Media Operations

Degree Plan

Professor Charles Zwick