Campus Media Arts Graduate Programs
This MFA program is focused on advanced project work in a range of media production areas, principally film/video, DVD and the Web.
MFA in Film and Television Production students immerse themselves in the form and techniques of film, television and storytelling.
This full-time graduate program provides an in-depth study of the relationships between art, law and business and how they influence the commercial art world...
The graduate programs in cinema-television expose students to the aesthetic and technical values of the medium through course work, production activit...
In this minor field, the history, theory, and practice of the moving image are examined.
Master's level study emphasizing tracks in general electronic media studies, electronic media management, or film criticism and theory.
M.A., Ph.D., Advertising, Communication Policies, Journalism,...
This master’s program explores theory and technical applications in the design of natural and artificial lighting, with attention to social and environmental factors such as energy conservation.
The goal of the M.F.A. program in Film is to train students in the skills needed to become screenwriters, directors, producers, and film historians an...
The M.S. Media Arts and Technology degree enables students to navigate technological, cultural and economic opportunities in the fields of Multimedia and Web Development.
Three to five summer master's program for screenwriters or those interested in the academic study of film. MA or MFA option.
The Experimental & Documentary Arts (MFAEDA) program at Duke University will welcome its inaugural class in Fall 2011.
A two year program tailored for working adults. We offer student opportunities in the heart of the motion picture and...
We offer a Professional Certificate program and a low-residency MFA Degree program in Photo, Film, and Multimedia.
CA’s MFA in Film is a laboratory for you to develop your work, building a career, a make a real impact on the future of cinema.