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ASU’s Master of Advanced Study in American Media and Popular Culture, offered online through the Film and Media Studies Program, offers innovative approaches to the study of film, television, computer games, new media and screenwriting, using historic methods, critical theory and creative expression as modes of analysis.
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The MAS in American Media and Popular Culture will equip you with the analytic, creative and communication skills needed to interpret and create media texts and to become critical consumers of media, creative industry professionals, and rigorous scholars of media texts and culture. The program consists of nine credit hours of core courses, 18 credit hours of electives and a three-credit applied project.
While the media arts have traditionally been studied as independent disciplines, our program provides a more comprehensive approach that views them as convergent. We recognize the importance of understanding the history of film as an art form, for instance, but also the need to view it in relation to television and digital media. We are committed to integrating the study of such media convergence into our curriculum, both as units within courses and through the design of new courses entirely devoted to that phenomenon.
For more information on this program and tuition rates, please visit: http://english.clas.asu.edu/film-mas
All students are required to meet general university admission requirements.
Some programs may have additional requirements for admission.