It's not just film anymore. Our broadcast and cinematic arts master's program prepares you to work, teach and create within the dynamic world of electronic media. You'll get hands-on experience in one of four concentrations: electronic media studies, electronic media management, electronic media production, or film theory and criticism.
Why This Program & What You'll Learn
Take your electronic media knowledge to the next level with an understanding of scholarly or business perspectives. Establish relationships with like-minded peers and faculty in small classroom settings. And have the chance to hone your technical skills as a versatile media producer and creator.
In our rigorous master's in broadcast and cinematic arts program, you'll have the chance to pursue one of four concentrations:
You'll combine the theoretical with the practical. You'll complete a final research paper or thesis demonstrating your expertise in your chosen area. And you'll have professional networking opportunities through national organizations, like Alpha Epsilon Rho/National Broadcasting Society and Radio Television Digital News Association.
Some students earning a master's degree in broadcast and cinematic arts pursue doctoral studies at nationally recognized institutions. Others pursue exciting careers in business, broadcasting, media, marketing, teaching and more.
|Duration||04 Year||Average Processing Time||20 Days|
|Tuition Fee (International)||76800 USD||Application Fee||40 USD|
|Living Cost||48000 USD||Additional Fee|
|Tuition Fee Break Up||19200 USD/ Year|
|Programme Level||Bachelors/UG Degree|
|Course Type||Full Time|
|Eligibility (For Domestic Fee)|
We also require students to demonstrate English proficiency, unless from a country where English is considered a primary language. Students have several options for showing English proficiency. TOEFL (79), ILETS (6.5), PTE (53), and Duolingo (100) are the most common, however, there are other options as well
|Special Application Instructions||NA|