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1. Academy of Art, California:

a.Bachelor of Fine Arts(BFA) in Writing for Film, Television and Digital Media. 

Course link:https://www.academyart.edu/academics/writing-film-television-digital-media/

Masters of Fine Arts(MFA) in Writing for Film, Television and Digital Media.

About the course: 

This course offers study of feature film and television screenwriting with Academy and Emmy Award winning writers, producers and development executives at the School of Writing for Film, Television and Digital Media.

The students will learn the following:

  • Character and Backstory: Learn how to create engaging characters who can drive a story forward.
  • Feature Film and Television Comedy/Drama Seminars
  • Production Central: Experience in writing festival-worthy short films. Work with a director-producer team that will take your film into production.

By the end of the course, students will understand basic production realities, including how directing and acting enhance the work of the writers; Learn how to option and package projects for the marketplace; Students will have a written range of scripts.

1.b.BFA/MFA in Motion Pictures and Television[specializing in Cinematography, Directing, Editing, Producing, Production Design, Screenwriting]- Academy of Art 

Course link:https://www.academyart.edu/academics/motion-pictures-television/

About the course: Direct. Produce. Shoot. Edit. Production Design. Write. Crew up and follow your passion for creating entertainment. Master post production software, acquire VR experience, delve into drone and VFX cinematography, explore documentary filmmaking, commercials and music videos…the choice is yours.

The students will learn the following:

By the time you graduate from the School of Motion Pictures & Television, you will have created a thesis film, reel or portfolio that showcases your talents and industry preparedness

1.c.BFA in Music Production, Academy of Art 

Course Link:https://www.academyart.edu/degree/music-production/

About the course: The Music Production degree programs will give you the production skills that contribute to the overall presentation of any visual image. We offer hands-on, narrative-driven courses taught by professional musicians and sound designers.Academy of Art University’s Music Production degree programs is where traditional music instruction meets 21st century production technologies—the best of art and science. You will gain a unique combination of technical expertise and aesthetic sensibility to create the sound you hear while watching visual media, be it a movie, video game, etc. Use industry standard software such as Logic Pro, Pro Tools, and Sibelius. Collaborate with students from the School of Motion Pictures & Television (MPT), Animation & Visual Effects (ANM), Game Design (GAM), among others on projects ranging from animated films to video games.

The students will learn:

1.d.BFA/MA/MFA in Music Scoring Composition:-Academy of Art

Course link:https://www.academyart.edu/degree/music-scoring-composition/

About the course:

It’s tough to avoid visual media. And no matter where you see it—full-length features, short clips on you phone, immersive video games—chances are it is enhanced by the accompanying music. The craft of creating music for the myriad media that surrounds us has become a highly desirable career. As a student in the Music Scoring and Composition degree program, you gain the creative skills and technological know-how to help you become a music industry professional.

The Music Scoring and Composition degree programs focus on the art and craft of composing, orchestrating, editing, and producing music for the all media using the latest technology. Today’s music industry demands highly educated professionals who can combine technical proficiency with musical creativity. They seek professionals who can develop high-quality sounding scores that leave an impression. Our music programs are designed to provide you with a competitive demo reel that sets you up for multiple income opportunitinities.

The students will learn the following:

1.e.BFA/MA/MFA in Sound Design-Academy of Art

Course Link:https://www.academyart.edu/degree/sound-design-music/

About the course:

Students in the Sound Design degree programs at Academy of Art are immersed in the industry of sound design for visual media. Learn to create compelling and balanced sound mixes, and how to design soundtracks which support the emotional content of the visual image. Construct effective soundtracks for different visual environments such as film, television, animation, games and commercials. In addition to obtaining key skills in advanced sound design, you will also learn how to make the correct aesthetic decisions to augment the story being told.

Students will learn the following:

1.f.BFA/MA/MFA in Acting[Movement, Voice Production, Acting for Stage and Camera, Improvisation]

Course link:https://www.academyart.edu/academics/acting/

About the course: Academy of Art University’s School of Acting prepares you to become a leading artist in theatre, film, and television. Gain marketable acting, speech, and movement skills while developing the ability to deliver truthful performances that uniquely qualify you for work on a wide array of projects.

Academy of Art University’s School of Acting prepares you to become a leading artist in theatre, film, and television. Our top notch facilities and equipment include three sound stages, where you will experience working in front of the camera under the direction of industry leaders. Our diverse course offerings provide a well-rounded and professional training ground.

The students will learn the following:

1.g.BFA/MA/MFA in Animation and Visual Effects-Academy of Art 

Course link:https://www.academyart.edu/academics/animation-visual-effects/

About the course: We are the only Animation & VFX school that teaches in a studio production environment (StudioX). Our students win prestigious awards, including Student Academy Awards. In 2015, MFA graduate Alyce Tzue’s Soar, an animated short film produced at StudioX, struck gold at the Student Academy Awards, qualifying to enter the race to the 2016 Academy Awards.

1.h.BA/MA in Communication and Media Technologies[Business of Media, Studio Entertainment, Media Specialities, Performance, Visualization and Effects]-Academy of Art 

Course link:https://www.academyart.edu/academics/communications-media-technologies/

About the course:We are located in the heart of the technology revolution and draw from the best talent and the latest technologies to help you tell compelling stories on every multimedia communications platform. From broadcast and streaming, to mobile and social: You will shoot, edit, and produce stories that inform, entertain, and engage.

Our curriculum moves beyond training for traditional jobs in broadcasting to drive students towards a world of online digital content. We provide a hands-on approach where skills are learned by doing. There is a dual emphasis on interpersonal and mass communication, and a focus on skills that are immediately employable. You will produce your own content, including online series, music videos, podcasts, broadcast productions, and motion graphics.

The students will learn the following:

1.i.BFA/MA/MFA in Illustration[Digital Media, Graphic Novelist or Comic Book Artist, Clothed Figure Drawing, Illustrator]-Academy of Art

Course Link:https://www.academyart.edu/academics/illustration/

About the course: Inspire the world with your boundless imagination. The School of Illustration offers an innovative curriculum that blends digital technology with classical training to meet the marketplace’s growing need for trained artists in both areas. You’ll take a contemporary approach to traditional techniques with an emphasis in drawing, composition, and storytelling. You’ll develop a keen attention to detail, gaining portrait, clothed figure, and live animal drawing skills and a deep understanding of anatomy and design.

The School of Illustration gives you the necessary skills to create a professional body of work, as well as the business and marketing savvy required to succeed in your career. You will develop expert technique, focusing on the subtleties of color, expression, and environment to convey creativity professionally and beyond.

The students will learn the following:

1.j.BFA/MA/MFA in Visual Development[Character Design, Fundamentals of Environments and Prop Design, Visual Development for live action, Visual Development for Web and Mobile Gaming, Visual Elements of Story]-Academy of Art 

Course Link: https://www.academyart.edu/academics/visual-development/

About the course:Visual development artists are the key figures of a production pipeline – setting the artistic design and even the moods for the images that entertain us. Whether you’re interested in designing movie characters or composing video game environments, our Visual Development programs teach you everything you need to create the aesthetic concepts shaping 21st century media.

The students will learn the following:

 2.New Jersey Institute of Technology(NJIT):

2.a BA in Theatre Arts and Technology-NJIT:

Course Link: https://www.njit.edu/academics/major/theatre-arts-and-technology

About the course: Theatre Arts and Technology teaches and trains students in applied theatre education: set, www, light and sound design, playwriting, improvisational theatre techniques, music ensembles, directing and performance. Students learn to develop their own theatrical projects using technology and design, communicate ideas clearly within a supportive environment, and build and showcase their work in a public venue.

Common Job Titles: Communications Associate, Office Manager, Unit Computing Specialist

Top Employers: Plast-O-Matic Valves Inc., The Watermill Center

2.b.BA in Communication and Media , BS in COmmunication and Media.

Course link:https://www.njit.edu/academics/degree/ba-communication-and-media

Course link: https://www.njit.edu/academics/degree/bs-communication-and-media

About the course: Communication and Media is a program in writing, web design, video and audio production, and human communication. Communication specialists work in business, industry, government, journalism, and in technological, scientific, humanistic, and artistic communities.

Outcomes: The program provides skills that enable students to communicate effectively using all types of verbal and visual techniques in the contemporary media environment that is prominent both within the fields of the Arts and Humanities and within the culture at large. While students will learn a wide range of skills and knowledge, we specifically aim for our students to meet the following learning outcomes:

  • Students will demonstrate the practical use of the processes and tools of communication media (i.e., hardware, software, and networks).
  • Students will demonstrate the ability to use empirical research methods.
  • Students can explain conceptual perspectives on communication media (i.e., being able to see a wider historical and social context), including ethical dimensions.
  • Students will be able to apply critical frameworks (including identifying and resolving communication design problems).
  • Students will demonstrate the skills needed to write and edit verbally and visually (including graphics).
  • Students will demonstrate the ability to design documents of all types (written and digital media) within constraints and with regard to economic, environmental, social, political, and ethical concern.

3.New York Institute of Technology:

MFA in Digital Arts and Technology-Fine Arts and Technology

Course link: https://www.nyit.edu/degrees/digital_art_design_arts_technology

About the course:The Digital Art & Design – Fine Arts & Technology, M.F.A. helps you push the boundaries of your imagination by producing concept-driven, innovative works of art with both new technologies and traditional tools and mediums. Each of your classes explores and integrates cutting-edge technology, with an emphasis on its impact on the art experience. Your classroom projects incorporate the use of 3-D modeling software to create memorable characters and environments; motion capture to drive those characters and bring them to life; and experiential art through the use of VR/AR.

Career options: Art Educator, Digital Artist, Digital Sculptor, Motion Capture Artist, Multimedia Designer, Production Artist.

4.Wichita State University:

4.a. Bachelor of Applied Arts(BAA) in Animation-Wichita State University 

Course link: https://www.wichita.edu/academics/majors/animation_baa_345.php

About the course: Wichita State’s Bachelor of Applied Arts (BAA) in Media Arts combines your creativity with the skills needed for your dream career in the video game, film or recording industry. You’ll have access to professional training in state-of-the-art labs—and opportunities for applied learning in Kansas’ largest city.

WSU is home to a brand new, state-of-the-art professional production space – Shocker Studios.

Located in the Harry Street Mall, Shocker Studios is home to the Bachelor of Applied Arts in Media Arts, one of only a handful of degrees in the United States that focuses on acting for the digital arts, animation, audio production, collaborative design, game design and filmmaking.

The 35,000-square-foot Shocker Studios includes recording studios, a virtual reality studio, film studios, a motion capture studio, computer labs, design studios and general classrooms.

Curriculum: To complete the BAA in Media Arts degree, you’ll take 120 credit hours comprised of general education requirements, electives and core courses in one of the following areas:

  • Acting for Digital Arts
  • Animation
  • Audio Production
  • Collaborative Design
  • Filmmaking
  • Game Design

4.b.Bachelor of Applied Arts(BAA) in Acting for Digital Arts-Wichita State University

Course link: https://www.wichita.edu/academics/majors/acting_for_digital_arts_baa.php

About the course: Acting for Digital Arts students gain highly focused training for on-screen work, in addition to traditional techniques used in stage acting

WSU is home to a brand new, state-of-the-art professional production space – Shocker Studios.

Located in the Harry Street Mall, Shocker Studios is home to the Bachelor of Applied Arts in Media Arts, one of only a handful of degrees in the United States that focuses on acting for the digital arts, animation, audio production, collaborative design, game design and filmmaking.

The 35,000-square-foot Shocker Studios includes recording studios, a virtual reality studio, film studios, a motion capture studio, computer labs, design studios and general classrooms.

4.c.Bachelor of Applied Arts(BAA) in Filmmaking-Wichita State University 

Course link:https://www.wichita.edu/academics/majors/filmmaking_baa_347.php

About the course: Filmmaking students learn both on- and off-camera skills – from acting and principles of video to script writing and lighting.

4.d. Bachelor of Fine Arts(BFA) in Design and Technical Theatre-Wichita State University

Course link: https://www.wichita.edu/academics/majors/performing_arts_design_and_technical_theatre_bfa_160.php

About the course: Students pursuing a major in design and technical theatre will work behind the scenes to help others shine.

Payton Dickerson, a technical and theatre design major, learned first-hand the benefits of a summer internship, working as a junior cutter and draper for the production of “Beauty and the Beast” at the Trollwood Performing Arts School in Minnesota.

Her days were filled with cutting and building costumes for cast members, as well as helping dress the cast, assist with quick changes and make last-minute repairs.

Wichita State’s award-winning Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) theatre program will equip you with a firm foundation of knowledge and practical skills for a successful theatre career. You’ll enjoy personalized training with acclaimed professionals and virtually countless opportunities to showcase your talent on campus and throughout Kansas’ center of arts and culture.

Curriculum: The BFA in design and technical theatre consists of 85 credit hours. You’ll take courses in acting, directing, makeup, stage lighting, scene design and more. And you’ll also choose from a number of theatre electives based on your interests and career goals.

4.e. Bachelor of Fine Arts(BFA) in Graphic Design-Wichita State University 

Course link: https://www.wichita.edu/academics/majors/graphic_design_bfa_126.php

About the course: Pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in graphic design at Wichita State will prepare you for competitive, client-based work in an ever-changing visual and virtual environment. You’ll develop your creative design skills for advertising, branding, motion graphics, video games, web and apps, illustration, typography, packaging and print publications.

4.f.Bachelor of Fine Arts(BFA) in Theatre Performance-Wichita State University

Course link: https://www.wichita.edu/academics/majors/performing_arts_theatre_performance_bfa_162.php

About the course: Wichita State’s award-winning Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) theatre performance program will equip you with a firm foundation of knowledge and practical skills for a successful theatre career. You’ll enjoy personalized training with acclaimed professionals and virtually countless opportunities to showcase your talent on campus and throughout Kansas’ center of arts and culture.

4.g. Bachelor of Arts(BA) in Theatre-Wichita State University 

Course link: https://www.wichita.edu/academics/majors/performing_arts_theatre_ba_161.php

5. University of Central Missouri:

5.a. BS in Digital Media Production[concentrations in Audio, Digital Cinema, Digital Journalism, Live Studio and Remote]- University of Central Missouri.

Course link: https://www.ucmo.edu/academics/programs/majors/digital-media-production-bs-43-604/index.php

About the course: The Digital Media Production program at the University of Central Missouri has a strong focus on production and teaching how to write, edit, produce and publish communication of professional level substance and quality for today’s converged media.

The courses in the DMP program allow you to apply your skills at two campus news outlets, a campus online radio station and television station. Students may also create films and documentaries, as well as step into professional level sports coverage. The program arms you with media skills to offer future employers.  You will learn to think on your feet while adapting quickly to the digital media environment.

  • Audio: Students in the audio concentration are prepared for working in radio or as sound engineers on film sets.  You will gain hands-on experience through practice with the campus online radio station, UCM Radio-The Beat, through live remotes, and through collaborations with the UCM Department of Music.
  • Digital Cinema: Students in digital cinema learn all aspects, from producing to screenwriting, from cinematography to editing.  You also collaborate with the Department of Theatre and Dance to create the Filmmakers and Actors Coalition to produce 48-hour film festivals and workshops.  We also host the annual Show Me Justice Film Festival.
  • Digital Journalism: Essential to democracy is a free press.  Students in digital journalism hone their skills in reporting, writing, and broadcasting the news.  Hands-on experience with the award-winning Muleskinner student newspaper for print, online, and broadcast news is essential to your development.
  • Live Studio and Remote: Sports broadcasting.  Talk shows.  News Programs.  Concerts.  Students in live studio and remote production will learn to do it all, whether in the studio setting or in remote locations.  They have the opportunity to be on-air talent as well as part of a production team.

5.b. BFA in Graphic Design-University of Central Missouri 

Course Link: https://www.ucmo.edu/academics/programs/majors/graphic-design-bfa-47-324/index.php

About the course: Your Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Graphic Design from the University of Central Missouri will help you develop the creative talents and technical skills you need to become a graphic designer. Since 1986, the Department of Art and Design at UCM has been accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD). Since UCM is the only state-supported, four-year school in Missouri with NASAD accreditation, you’ll earn a graphic design degree that is respected and recognized in the industry.  

You’ll gain hands-on experience through studio courses and access to a 24-hour lab that features state-of-the-art equipment, hardware and software. You’ll learn the theoretical and practical aspects of graphic design from highly experienced faculty members. These dedicated educators will help you master creative problem-solving skills, gain conceptual and aesthetic judgment and use technology as a design tool. Your graphic design degree will prepare you for careers, including advertising agency art director to a variety of graphic designer positions.

5.c. BFA in Theatre-Performance-University of Central Missouri 

Course link: https://www.ucmo.edu/academics/programs/majors/theatre-major-47-366-area-1-performance-bfa/index.php

About the course: As a BFA Performance student at UCM you’ll have acting opportunities from 35-40 productions each year. The 442- seat, state-of-the-art James L. Highlander Theater will offer you diverse experiences on a traditional proscenium stage. Our flexible, 100-seat Nickerson Black Box Theater will provide you with more intimate acting challenges like you would experience in television and film. Each summer you’ll have paid opportunities to company manage, direct, design or act in our touring children’s production. UCM Theatre and Dance invites you to join a diverse body of students, professional faculty, and participate in a rigorous curriculum that will prepare you for graduate programs or a professional career!

5.d.BA in Theatre-University of Central Missouri 

Course link: https://www.ucmo.edu/academics/programs/majors/theatre-ba-42-364/index.php

About the course: As a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre student at UCM, you’ll have various performance and technical opportunities from 35-40 productions each year. The 442-seat, state-of-the-art James L. Highlander Theater will offer you diverse experiences on a traditional proscenium stage. Our flexible, 100-seat Nickerson Black Box Theater will provide you with more intimate acting and technical challenges like you would experience in television and film. Each summer you’ll have paid opportunities to company manage, direct, design or act in our touring children’s production. UCM Theatre and Dance invites you to join a diverse body of students and professional faculty while participating in a rigorous curriculum that will prepare you for graduate programs or a professional career.

5.e. BFA in Theatre-Design/Technology-University of Central Missouri

Course link: https://www.ucmo.edu/academics/programs/majors/theatre-major-47-366-area-2-design-technology-bfa/index.php

About the course: As a BFA Design Technology student at UCM, you’ll have technical opportunities from 35-40 productions each year. The 442-seat, state-of-the-art James L. Highlander Theater will offer you diverse design, assistant design, carpentry, costuming, lighting, sound, make-up and hair, and stage management experiences on a traditional proscenium stage. Our flexible, 100-seat Nickerson Black Box Theater will provide you with more intimate designing, building, and lighting challenges. Each summer you’ll have paid opportunities to company manage, direct, design or act in our touring children’s production. UCM Theatre and Dance invites you to join a diverse body of students, professional faculty, and participate in a rigorous curriculum that will prepare you for graduate programs or a professional career.

6. University of Bridgeport 

6.a. BFA in Graphic Design-University of Bridgeport

Course link: https://www.bridgeport.edu/academics/schools-colleges/shintaro-akatsu-school-design/bachelor-graphic-design-bfa-degree

About the course: The four-year Bachelor in Fine Arts in Graphic Design, BFA degree program consists of an integrated, inter-disciplinary sequence that is designed to strengthen communication skills, promote teamwork and individuality, stimulate creativity, and provide both traditional and technological skills for the career-oriented student.

Graphic Design students learn techniques and processes to build their portfolios with works prepared for both traditional print and new media including typography, branding and identity, promotional campaigns, publications, motion, and interactive. Typefaces, logos, and websites, drawing, painting, and video: all part of the SASD Graphic Design Program. The program emphasizes process, real-world community projects, and skill-building toward a final self-directed project in the senior year. SASD is an accredited member of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD), the governing body of undergraduate and graduate art and design schools.

6.b. BA in Mass Communication-University of Bridgeport

Course link: https://www.bridgeport.edu/academics/schools-colleges/school-of-public-international-affairs/mass-communication-ba

About the course: The Bachelor of Arts degree is awarded in Mass Communication, with concentrations in Public Relations, Advertising, Journalism, Sports Communication, International Communication, and Communication Studies. The Program features a variety of course offerings in digital media.

Students get an interdisciplinary foundation through theory and hands-on, real-world skills needed to become skilled and effective media practitioners and more informed media consumers. Internships and independent projects give students the practical experience needed to get jobs in the media industry.

Graduates find work in digital media, social media, public relations, advertising, journalism, broadcasting, corporate communication, event planning, and within humanitarian and non-profit organizations. Students interested in furthering their education advance to graduate schools across the country.

7.University of Central Oklahoma

7.a. Theatre Arts – Design and Technology, (B.F.A)-University of Central Oklahoma

Course link: https://www.uco.edu/programs/cfad/program-theatre-arts-design-and-technology-major

About the course: The Theatre Design/Technology B.F.A. degree is designed for the student who is interested in a career as a professional designer, technician, or stage manager in theatre and other performance mediums. The Theatre Design/Technology degree provides students with the knowledge, skills, and values needed to compete and succeed in the continually evolving world of professional theatre design and technology. The Design/Technology degree also prepares students for continuing education in graduate school and professional employment in a range of entertainment related careers.

Curriculum: UCO’s Department of Theatre Arts maintains the following shops: scene, lighting, costume, props, and a sound studio. Students working in these shops learn that “hands-on” is the rule. They work with all aspects of productions—building scenery, hanging lights, constructing costumes, creating props, recording sound, crewing and stage managing.

Career Opportunities: Technical Direction, Set Design, State Management, Production.

7.b. Theatre Arts – Performance, (B.F.A.)-University of Central Oklahoma

Course link: https://www.uco.edu/programs/cfad/program-theatre-arts-performance-major

About the course: The Theatre Performance B.F.A. degree is designed for the student who is interested in a career as a professional actor in theatre, film and multi-media. The Performance degree provides students with the knowledge, skills, and values needed to compete and succeed in the continually evolving world of professional performance. The Performance degree also prepares students for continuing education in graduate school and professional employment in a range of entertainment related careers.

Career Opportunities: Stage Management, Production, Stage, Television, Radio, Video, Motion Picture. 

7.c. Theatre/Communication Education-University of Central Oklahoma

Course link: https://www.uco.edu/programs/cfad/program-theatre-arts-theatre-communication-education-major

About the course: The Theatre Education/Communication B.F.A. degree is designed for the student who is interested in a career as an elementary or secondary teacher in theatre/speech/debate. The Theatre Education degree, which culminates in state certification, provides students with the knowledge, skills, and values needed to compete and succeed in the continually evolving world of theatre education. The Theatre Education degree also prepare students for the continuing education in graduate school and professional employment in a range of education related careers.

Career Opportunities: Teaching, Stage Management, Stage Direction. 

 8.California State University, East Bay 

8.a.Theatre Arts, B.A.: Dance and Inclusive Performance Concentration

Course link: https://catalog.csueastbay.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=21&poid=8487&returnto=15640

About the course: Through inclusive and rigorous creative inquiry, the Department of Theatre and Dance provides comprehensive training for performance, creativity, reflection, diversity, collaboration, mentorship, community engagement, and social justice.Through a combination of core classes with a concentration, the program provides comprehensive pre-professional training in the areas of performance (Acting, Dance, Inclusive Performance (Applied Social Justice), and Musical Theatre) and production (Stage Technology and Design).

 8.b. Theatre Arts, B.A.: Stage Technology and Design Concentration

Course link:https://catalog.csueastbay.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=21&poid=8489&returnto=15640

About the course: The Department of Theatre and Dance produces approximately 5-8 plays and dance concerts during the year. The selection of plays exposes students to acting, dance, design, directing, singing, stage management, and technical theatre suitable to a wide variety of styles, periods, and genres from Shakespeare to American Realism and from Greek Tragedy to Modern Drama.The department features ensemble groups in the areas of Acting, Dance, Inclusive Performance, Musical Theatre, and Stage Technology/Design, providing access to a varied and challenging performance schedule. Sixteen department productions have toured to four European countries. Annually our tours travel in-state and across the country.Students graduating with a B.A. in Theatre Arts from Cal State East Bay will be able to:Perform for audiences, on stage or in other arenas and careers.Create performance that presents human issues in inclusive, exciting, original ways.Reflect on historical and contemporary works of theatre and dance from diverse cultures.Engage individuals and build community through meaningful theatre and dance

8.c. Theatre Arts, B.A.: Theatre Performance: Acting and Musical Theatre Concentration

Course link: https://catalog.csueastbay.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=21&poid=8488&returnto=15640

About the course: The department is fortunate to have excellent facilities including the 450 seat University Theatre; a scene shop equipped for traditional carpentry and MIG welding, including a full paint frame; a costume shop with ten sewing stations; a sixteen-station design/drafting studio with a separate digital lab; two theatre studio classrooms; green room; make-up room; dressing rooms with lockers and showers; and, a spacious Dance Studio.
Career Opportunities: Actor/Actress • Box Office Manager • Business Agent • Choreographer • College Student Services Manager • Comedian • Corporate Officer • Costume Designer • Costume/Wardrobe Technician • Dancer • Director • Drama or Dance Teacher/Professor • Dramaturg • House Manager • Lighting Technician • Make-Up Artist/Specialist • Non-profit Manager • Playwright • Producer • Recreation Supervisor • Sales/Marketing Specialist • Set Decorator • Set Designer • Sound Technician • Stage Manager • Theatre Critic • Theatre Technician • Theatre Manager

8d to 8j , same about the course, learning outcomes and career opportunities, mentioned below.:

8.d. Art, B.F.A.: 3D Art & Design Concentration

Course link: https://catalog.csueastbay.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=21&poid=8363&returnto=15640

8.e.Art, B.F.A.: Fine Arts Practice Concentration.

Course link: https://catalog.csueastbay.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=21&poid=8364&returnto=15640

8.f. Art, B.F.A.: Graphic Design Concentration

Course link: https://catalog.csueastbay.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=21&poid=8365&returnto=15640

8.g.  Art, B.F.A.: Illustration Concentration

Course link: https://catalog.csueastbay.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=21&poid=8366&returnto=15640

8.h. Art, B.F.A.: Interaction & Game Design Concentration

Course link: https://catalog.csueastbay.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=21&poid=8367&returnto=15640

8.i. Art, B.F.A.: Photography Concentration

Course link: https://catalog.csueastbay.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=21&poid=8368&returnto=15640

8.j.Art, B.F.A.: Video & Animation Concentration

Course link: https://catalog.csueastbay.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=21&poid=8370&returnto=15640

same about the course, learning outcomes and career opportunities mentioned below]About the course: The Art Department emphasizes study in our Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) Program. This is a professional degree that offers students the opportunity to develop greater expertise through comprehensive and intensive study in a specific area of art or design – a program that leads to successful careers in the visual art and design industries. Students who intend to pursue graduate studies or advanced skills for a professional career typically choose the B.F.A degree.The B.F.A. professional concentrations require 70 units of study in the Department to complete the major.  There is no application procedure to enter the Bachelor of Fine Arts program beyond declaring as a B.F.A. student with a specific concentration.  The concentrations are listed below under major requirements. Career Opportunities:Graduates from the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree program go on to pursue careers as:• User Experience (UX) Designer • Interaction Designer • Game Designer • Web Designer • User Interface (UI) Designer • User Experience (UX) Researcher • Level Designer • Product Designer • Creative Director • Information Designer/Information Architect • Fine Artist • Product Designer • Architectural Model Maker • 3D Modeler for Film • Craft Artist • Secondary School Teacher • Computer Aided Designer (CAD) • Book Illustrator • Character Designer • Educational Illustrator • Matte Painter (Film and Game Industry) • Animator • Editorial Illustrator • Storyboard Artist • Advertising Illustrator • 3D Modeler • 3D Character Rigger • Digital Painter • Forensic Animator • Stop Motion Animator • Film / Video Editor • Video Production Crew • Motion Graphics Designer • 3D Character Animator • Effects Animator • Compositing Artist • Photo Journalist • Studio / Portrait Photographer • Stock Photographer • Fine Art Photographer • Event Photographer • Fashion Photographer • Commerical / Industrial Photographer • Graphic Designer • Multimedia / Content Developer • Publication Designer • Visual / Branding Designer • Creative Studio Manager • Studio Artist • Muralist • Set Painter/Designer • Production Assistant/Manager • Printmaker • Gallery Assistant • Arts Administrator • Assistant Conservator • Museum & Gallery Preparator • Sculptor • Ceramicist • Production Potter • Art Teacher/Instructor • Game Developer • Creative Technologist • Design Researcher • Wildcard Designer • Imagineer • Environment Designer • Portfolio Coordinator. Program Learning Outcomes:Students who graduate with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts will be able to: Demonstrate mastery of appropriate art-making skills and tools.Imagine, ideate and create using an open, confident, and flexible method through creative processes and design thinking.Critique and think critically about art works using appropriate concepts from art history and theory, in the context of culture, contemporary art, and in public and global spheres.Communicate clearly and persuasively through their work.Integrate arts related skills in developing professional practices and planning for ethical, sustainable civic engagement.Formulate a plan to develop and maintain a  professional creative practice

9.Northern Arizona University

.9.a. Creative Media and Film, Bachelor of Science:

Course link: https://catalog.nau.edu/Catalog/details?plan=EMBS&catalogYear=2122

About the course: Available Emphasis Areas:Documentary – EmphasisIndependent Filmmaking – EmphasisMedia Studies – Emphasis The bachelor of science degree in Creative Media and Film(CMF) presents opportunities for students to create production house and film projects, including screenplays, as well as engaging in the critical analysis of a variety of media.At the heart of the CMF major is storytelling. Whether through scriptwriting or production, you will examine and apply the traditions of cinema to tell your own visual and audio stories with documentary projects, fiction narrative shorts, and client-based commercial and promotional work. Through the production classes, you’ll also be provided the skills and foundation to enter a variety of media industries or to start your own production house business. In the CMF major you’ll develop a critical understanding of the social, cultural, and political functions of media production, developing a strong foundation to either pursue a career in media or to go on to graduate school to earn a Master’s or MFA in filmmaking, documentary, or cinema, media, or cultural studies. Career Opportunities: Director,Producer, Screenwriter, Script Supervisor, Location Manager, Casting Director, Editor, Start a Production House Business, Commercial Production, A variety of television news positions, Assistant Producer, Cinematographer, Media Critic, Media Educator, Multimedia Journalism(with additional classes in journalism).

9.b.Theatre, Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts:  

Course link: https://catalog.nau.edu/Catalog/details?plan=THBS&catalogYear=2122

About the course: Available Emphasis Areas:Design and Technology – Emphasis Performance – Emphasis Theatre Studies – EmphasisThis multifaceted undergraduate program imparts a broad grounding in stagecraft, behind and in front of the curtain. The program includes theatrical history, theory, critique, technology, design, and hands-on production experiences.NAU is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Theatre. if you dream of a life that’s long on excitement and short on the dull bits, then the theatre is calling you. Whether you hope to work in professional theatre or pursue further education, our programs will put your dreams at center stage. We offer nationally respected curricula in theatre studies, performance, and design and technology. We will help you develop the broadest possible understanding of the art and craft of the stage with our practical and academic courses. You’ll also receive a firm grounding in the liberal arts. You’ll study dramatic literature, history, theory and criticism, theatre performance, and design, and technology. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to learn by doing. The university theatre season includes four faculty directed, mainstage productions and numerous student produced, second stage productions per year. You will learn to express yourself logically and artistically, and graduate prepared for post-baccalaureate study, or professional theatre. Career Opportunities: Director, Actor, Costume Designer, Drama Teacher, Lighting Designer, Costume Technician, Scenic Carpenter or Painter, Technical Director, Stage Manager, Master Electrician

9.c.Visual Communication, Bachelor of Fine Arts

Course link: https://catalog.nau.edu/Catalog/details?plan=VCOMBFAX&catalogYear=2122

About the course: Available Emphasis Areas:Motion Design – EmphasisGraphic Design – EmphasisThe Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Visual Communication is designed to produce graduates who are skilled in using art, design and technology to creatively communicate ideas and transform messages into visual communication. Through the rigorous coursework, students will develop skills in using aesthetic and conceptual judgment, color, type, symbols, digital images, multimedia, interactivity, motion graphics, photography, and project management to produce messages that clearly inform, effectively communicate brand experience, and persuade viewers. Do you like to solve problems, sketch, and create? Do you have an eye for detail? If images and visual technology delight and inspire you, then careers in the expanding universe of media are calling. The Visual Communication program can teach you to think critically and convey ideas with precision and impact. You will sharpen your creative thinking and analytical skills in the School of Communication’s core studies while you boost your tech-savvy in cutting-edge laboratory and studio courses. Learn to use color, form, type, and symbols to craft powerful messages. You’ll develop your personal voice while seeking a universal message in your work. By harnessing aesthetic judgment with project management skills, you’ll learn to persuade viewers and forcefully communicate your client’s message. Our alumni have started successful independent design practices and work for some of the country’s leading firms, including Body Glove, Yahoo! Games, Teva, and NikeCareer Opportunities: Advertising Design, Graphic Design, Illustration, Experience/Interface Design, Interaction Design, Corporate Media Design, Print Production Design. 

10. Troy University

10.a. Communication Arts-Theatre

Course link: https://www.troy.edu/academics/academic-programs/communication-arts-theatre.html

About the course: The B.S./B.A. degree program offers students the tools and direction to enter the professional Theatre industry, graduate study in Theatre, or work in a related field. Students have the opportunity to explore the broad world of Theatre while discovering and developing their own areas of interest and emphasis, gaining hands-on experience in performance, design, technology, management, playwriting, and advanced academic studies. Students develop résumé and portfolio materials, learn to network with industry professionals, and are encouraged to work professionally through employment opportunities and internships. The rich array of professional quality theatre, musical theatre, and dance productions each year give students a chance to immediately apply what is learned in the classroom, and new works and outreach initiatives allow students to experiment with creating and producing their own work.As you begin your degree program, you’ll become a part of the theatre department’s first-year initiative and Creative Habit Community. During this first year, you’ll receive an official introduction to theatre and world literature to set the stage for your future theatrical studies. You’ll also be given opportunities to audition and volunteer to help with the department’s exciting season of shows—from Shakespeare’s tragedies to high-spirited and comedic musicals. As you progress further into the program, you’ll experience hands-on training related to performance and production and learn more about theatre history as well as the art of directing and producing. Throughout your academic career, you’ll also have opportunities to audition for roles or work on design management and/or technical theatre crews

10.b.Graphic Design

Course link: https://www.troy.edu/academics/academic-programs/graphic-design.html

About the course: The Bachelor of Science degree in graphic design, is intended for those students who are interested in pursuing a career or educational advancement in the area of graphic design. The BS degree in graphic design at TROY is widely considered to be one of the most innovative programs of study within the discipline due to the hybrid nature and ‘real-world’ approach to instruction. Graphic designers are trained to be responsible for visual communications in a world that cannot seem to get enough of it. Some of the areas where designers work are web design, package design, signage, video, motion graphics and print publishing. This field is an extremely huge one and fortunately—a very hot one. The successes of TROY graduates would attest to that fact. This program is intended to prepare the next breed of designers to compete in a world marketplace with confidence in aesthetics and in practice.

11. Tiffin University

11.a. Master of Humanities – Film Studies Concentration

Course link: https://www.tiffin.edu/graduateprograms/mh/filmstudies

About the course: Life is a movie. You are the star. Make it a happy ending. Study what you love with TU’s master’s in film studies that combines art and communication. With courses that include topics on cult and independent films, censorship, classic Hollywood, you will be well on your way to become the director, screenwriter or teacher to make your tale a happy one.

11.b. Master of Humanities-Arts and Visual Media Concentration

Course link: https://www.tiffin.edu/graduateprograms/mh/art

About the course: MH concentration in Art and Visual Media guides students through both the western tradition and contemporary film and graphics with courses such as Women in Art, Cult and Independent Film, and History of Photography.  The academic study of art and visual media at Tiffin University promotes visual literacy and gives students tools to interpret and evaluate visual media in all of its forms: websites, film, television, paintings, drawings, and sculpture. This concentration also supports those interested in teaching art at the high school or community college levels with courses such as Teaching College Art.

12.University of Nebraska at Kearney

Bachelor of Arts in Theatre

Course link: https://www.unk.edu/academics/theatre/

About the course: Opportunities for involvement with the Theatre Program are endless!  Because we are an undergraduate program, students (both majors and non-majors alike) are encouraged to try a little bit of everything — performance, technical theatre, directing, design, etc. — making the full theatre experience that much more complete.  For hands-on experience in all aspects of production, the UNK Theatre program mounts four mainstage productions, one dance concert, and numerous student-directed pieces each season.  With productions in rehearsal or on stage throughout the academic year, there are always numerous “backstage” opportunities available for theatre technicians, in addition to a wealth of performance opportunities for those who prefer the limelight.

At UNK Theatre, there is a part for EVERYONE!!

The Theatre major offers two specializations for students: acting and directing, and production and design. The faculty and students serve the community, state, and region as an intellectual, artistic and cultural resource, making the department an important center of learning, leadership inquiry, and cooperative achievement.

13.University of South Alabama:

13.a.BA in Communication-Digital Cinema and Television Concentration

Course link: https://www.southalabama.edu/bulletin/current/degrees-programs/communication-arts/communication-ba-digital-cinema/index.html

About the course: Digital Cinema and Television is a concentration option for students pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Communication. Are you inspired to create and tell your own visual story? Satisfy your appetite for entertainment and pop culture. Develop an extensive knowledge of video graphics, editing and production.

Careers in Digital Cinema and Television:

A degree in digital cinema and television allows graduates to pursue careers as editors, videographers, producers, scriptwriters and technical directors. While in the program, students produce their own short films and television programs using high-definition equipment, and in the process, learn a broad understanding of the moving image. Students also gain an understanding of the historical, aesthetic and management side of production.

[same about the course for 13.b to 13.d mentioned below]

13.b. BFA in Theatre(Performance)

Course link: https://www.southalabama.edu/colleges/artsandsci/theatre/

13.c. BA in Theatre

Course link:https://www.southalabama.edu/colleges/artsandsci/theatre/

13.d..BFA in Musical Theatre

Course link: https://www.southalabama.edu/colleges/artsandsci/theatre/

About the course: “I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being.”

                                                      -Oscar Wilde

Theatre is more than an art form, its a way of life. At USA’s Dept. of Theatre & Dance, we invite you to become a part of not just an exciting program, but a vibrant family of both students and faculty, ready to help you develop into the person and artist that you strive to be.

LiLife is a movie. You are the star. Make it a happy ending. Study what you love with TU’s master’s in film studies that combines art and communication. With courses that include topics on cult and independent films, censorship, classic Hollywood, you will be well on your way to become the director, screenwriter or teacher to make your tale a happy one.fe is a movie. You are the star. Make it a happy ending. Study what you love with TU’s master’s in film studies that combines art and communication. With courses that include topics on cult and independent films, censorship, classic Hollywood, you will be well on your way to become the director, screenwriter or teacher to make your tale a happy one.

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