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The Bachelor of Arts in film and media studies provides students with the skills to succeed in the entertainment industry, including film, television and new media, as well as local arts organizations.
Based on a broad liberal arts education focused on the humanities, this degree provides graduates with the ability to think analytically and speak and write clearly and persuasively - skills in demand across almost all sectors of the global economy. Our program develops these skills through a variety of discussion-based and writing intensive courses.
Graduates with degrees in film and media studies have secured jobs in the entertainment industry as creative executives, producers, managers and writers. They work in media arts, story and production development, exhibition, distribution and film, television and video game production. Some students complete graduate studies and secure jobs in journalism as film and media critics. For a better sense of academic and employment options for graduates of our program, we invite students to talk with our faculty.
We offer a broad range of courses that reflect trends and rapid transformations in the film and media industries, and prepare our students for increasingly sophisticated forms of artistic expression and storytelling.
The cost of this program is $480 per credit hour, with no additional program fees.
Available minors can be found on our undergraduate minors page.