Bachelor of Arts in Film and Media Arts
Cultivate advanced skills in new media, video, audio, film and photography with the Bachelor of Arts in Film and Media Arts in Temple’s School of Theater, Film and Media Arts. Gain an expert technical perspective on film and media by focusing on one of four concentrations within this major, including Cinematography, Post-Production, Producing and Screen Studies. This is a 124-credit undergraduate degree that prepares you for a professional career in television production or entrance into related graduate-level coursework.
Within the film and media arts program, students will develop creative and technical skills in audio, video, digital media and new technologies, as well as a basis in major theories of media and culture. You will explore courses that challenge your views on race in media culture, while enhancing your knowledge of production, aesthetics and writing. Students can enjoy an energetic campus culture located in central North Philadelphia. A prime city for film students and enthusiasts, with Philadelphia being home to influential theaters such as the Uptown Theater, New Freedom Theater, and Philadelphia Metropolitan Opera House. Students will study the real world outside of and in class, with esteemed faculty who have been honored by the Oscar, Emmy, Guggenheim, Rockefeller, Fulbright, Sundance and international film awards.
A degree in Film and Media Arts prepares you for a multitude of careers in the motion picture, television and media industries as a screenwriter, media planner, videographer, or film/tv director.