December 14, 2010 | Adam Sorensen | Leave a comment Full Sail University, an online school, recently announced that it will beginning offering a bachelor’s degree in creative writing for entertainment and a master’s in new media journalism. College officials said that the online bachelor’s degree in creative writing for entertainment focuses on helping students perfect their story writing. The 32-month curriculum incorporates courses such as visual storytelling, narrative structures, character development, scriptwriting and storyboarding elements. Graduates of this program will be equipped to work on projects that involve movies, video games, television, websites or mobile devices. The online master’s degree in new media journalism offers students a 12-month program that will enable enrollees to write for the digital landscape. "[The courses] are designed to help students understand how to create content geared towards those outlets, and prepare them to be current with the new media tools available today," said Pat Bishop, director of business schools at the university. The web-based curriculum combines the concepts of traditional journalism with aspects of communication technology.