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SCRW 314 New Screenplay Forms

Through writing exercises and screenwriting assignments students will explore and practice writing in a variety of forms including adaptations, webisodes, scripted series, or other emerging episodic forms. Films and screenplays will be analyzed and discussed for critical and historical perspectives. Professional development opportunities will be introduced.

Special information

Note: This course may be taken twice for credit.
4 Undergraduate credits

Effective December 16, 2012 to present

Meets graduation requirements for

Learning outcomes


  • Able to understand and synthesize story elements common to literature, theater, and screenwriting.
  • Able to write a screenplay adaptation from a literary source.
  • Able to write a screenplay, professionally formatted and ready for production.
  • Can think and write cinematically.
  • Have a knowledge of story structure at an advanced level.
  • Knowledge of historical perspectives in screenwriting.
  • Understand of screenwriting techniques and practices well enough to create and write an original short screenplay ready for production or the marketplace.

Fall 2024

Section Title Instructor books eservices
01 New Screenplay Forms Bandow, Jeremy David Books for SCRW-314-01 Fall 2024 Course details for SCRW-314-01 Fall 2024