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Filmmaking Program: Degree Programs

B.A. and B.F.A. Programs

Introductory Courses

New students to the filmmaking program begin by taking the Introduction to Cinematography course. This course is presented as fast-paced and hands-on. The class is an orientation to the filmmaking process, including screenwriting, directing, cinematography and editing. Students will produce short films in their first semester.

Advanced Courses

After the intro class is completed, students move on to the advanced classes. These classes offer a hands-on experience with professional equipment. Lectures are given on every aspect of filmmaking while students continue to write, produce, direct, shoot and edit short films together.

Advanced classes can be taken every semester of a students college career.

Additional Courses

Along with the cinema production classes, students may also take interdisciplinary classes, such as screenwriting, cinema history and visual effects courses.

Also see: “Programs–Undergraduate Degrees.”

M.F.A. Program

Also see: “Programs–Graduate Degrees–M.F.A. in Filmmaking.”