This is a Research based Program.
The School of Creative Arts offers an MFA in Film and Media Arts program. Like the MFA in Visual Arts, the MFA in Film and Media Arts focuses on studio production with an emphasis on multidisciplinary collaboration. Students are expected to create films and multimedia works in a variety of genres en route to developing a thesis project.
Program Specific Admission Requirements
Total Courses: Seven Courses plus Thesis
(a) One theory course: MACS-8600 Seminar on Contemporary Issues
(b) Two studio production courses: VSAR-8650 Studio Production and VSAR-8660 Studio Production II
(c) One Writing Methods Course: MACS-8000 Directed Individual Studies
(d) Three courses in Studio Practice: VSAR-8620 Studio Practice II, VSAR-8630 Studio Practice III, VSAR-8640 Studio Practice IV
(e) Thesis Film/Media Arts Course work will culminate in the defense of the thesis