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California State University, Long Beach
2013-2014 CSULB University Catalog

Film and Electronic Arts

Department Information

Department Chair: Jerry Mosher

Department Office: University Telecommunications Center (UTC), Room 104

Telephone: (562) 985-5404

Faculty: Jack Anderson, Tom Blomquist, Sharyn Blumenthal, Robert Finney (Emeritus), Brian Alan Lane, Jerry Mosher, Micheal C. Pounds, Jose Sanchez-H.

Administrative Coordinator: Donna Thomas

Undergraduate Advisor: Katrina Randolph

Instructional Support Technician: Steve Hubbert

Information Technology Consultant: Robert Rhyu

Career Possibilities

Technical Director • Sound Effects Technician • Film Editor • Producer • Director • Screenwriter • Script Reader • Studio Operations Engineer • Sales Representative for Video Equipment • Teacher • Media Specialist • Public Relations Specialist • Sound Technician • Filmmaker • Cinema Photographer • Costume Designer • Production Coordinator (Some of these, and other careers, require additional education or experience. For more information,


Film and Electronic Arts is an innovative program that emphasizes both theory and practice. Focusing upon the integration of media and the arts, as well as upon the impact of technology on our culture, the curriculum is designed to provide technical skills while developing a foundation in the arts and the humanities.

The faculty provides a diversity of expertise and interests which cross traditional media lines while integrating the traditional film, audio, and video production modes. Theory and aesthetics are taught as an integral part of the development of production skills.

Admission Under Impaction

Refer to the following website for additional impaction criteria:

Supplemental Screening Criteria

  • 1. Before the first semester as a declared major, students must complete FEA 299 with a grade of "C" or higher.

  • 2. Students must attempt to fulfill the Graduation Writing Assessment Requirement (GWAR) by the end of the semester in which FEA 299 is completed.

  • 3. Completion of ART 110 or AH 111B.

Students who fail to meet the supplemental screening criteria may not continue in the major and may re-apply only once in accordance with University policy regarding impacted majors.

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