TVF | CSULA

The learning outcomes of the TVF Program are organized under the traditional assessment categories of attitudes, skills, and knowledge.

Undergraduate Outcomes

1.  Students will demonstrate creative skill sets in the production of audio/video and writing for media (Skills).
2.  Students will critically analyze contemporary media productions, practices, and impacts (Skills).
3.  Students will know the structure, fundamental professional practices, and established professional standards of contemporary media industries (Knowledge).
4.  Students will develop the skills for effective career building self presentation in their professional interactions, communications, negotiations, and collaborations in media industries (Skills).
5.  Students will know the industrial, historical and aesthetic components of media production (Knowledge).
6.  Students will develop a greater appreciation for the necessity of collaboration, as well as the collaborative ethics of professional media production (Attitudes).
7.  Students will have a greater appreciation for the social responsibilities of contemporary media, including responsibilities engaging notions of identity, ethics, politics and culture (Attitudes).

Graduate Outcomes

1.  Students will demonstrate creative writing skills in the production of projects, screenplays and/or scholarly essays (Skills).
2.  Students will gain competence as potential researchers and scholars in the field, whether in doctoral study or other research-based positions (Skills).
3.  Students will demonstrate advanced abilities to employ critical theories and insights in analysis of contemporary media productions, practices and impacts (Skills).
4.  Students will know the industrial, historical and aesthetic components of television and film production (Knowledge).
5.  Students will have a greater appreciation for the social responsibilities of contemporary media, including responsibilities engaging notions of identity, ethics, politics and culture (Attitudes).