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Acting & Performing Arts

Major: Screen Acting

Degree: Bachelor of Arts

Description:

This is a single interdisciplinary degree offered cooperatively through the Chapman University Theatre Department, part of the new College of Performing Arts and Dodge College of Film and Media Arts. The degree is designed to accommodate both students interested screen acting as well as theatre and ...
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Film & Video Production

Major: Film Production

Degree: Master of Fine Arts

Description:

The Master of Fine Arts program in film production provides students with a course of study that is strongly professional in nature, preparing students for production-oriented careers in the film and television arts.

Whether you’re starting from scratch with no prior filmmaking experience or you’...
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Major: Film Production

Degree: Bachelor of Fine Arts

Description:

Students may elect to specialize in writing/directing, post-production, cinematography, producing, sound, or new media.

The film production degree provides professional education in a liberal arts environment, a combination that prepares students to create as film artists who understand the ...
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Major: Film and Television Producing

Degree: Master of Business Administration/Master of Fine Arts

Description:

In conjunction with the Argyros School of Business and Economics, the Lawrence and Kristina Dodge College of Film and Media Arts offers a joint program leading to both an MBA degree and an MFA in film and television producing degree. Offered to full-time students, the program requires three years of...
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Major: Television Producing

Degree: Juris Doctor/Master of Fine Arts

Description:

In conjunction with the School of Law, the Lawrence and Kristina Dodge College of Film and Media Arts offers a joint program leading to both a JD degree and an MFA in film and television producing degree. Offered to full-time students, the program requires at least four years of study and acceptance...
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Major: Film and Television Producing

Degree: Master of Fine Arts

Description:

Whether you’re starting from scratch with no prior filmmaking experience or you’ve already made films and want to develop an area of specialization, we think you will find Chapman a place to explore, create and tell stories in ways that will challenge you beyond your expectations.

Film History & Criticism

Major: Film Studies

Degree: Master of Arts

Description:

The program focuses on film theory, film history, and offers surveys of world cinemas. In film theory, we teach a critical way of thinking about the cinema, and ways to apply that thinking to individual films. In film history, we examine the most significant and influential films made since the ...
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Major: Film Studies

Degree: Bachelor of Arts

Description:

The film studies degree offers students the opportunity to explore film history, theory, and criticism in depth along with a hands-on introduction to production. This combination of theoretical study with production experience gives students a unique understanding of how film creates meaning. Film ...
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Production Design

Major: Production Design

Degree: Master of Fine Arts

Description:

Students will work with scripts from recent films and be challenged to come up with alternative design concepts. At the same time they will work on cycle films and thesis projects in collaboration with our production students. The end result will be a portfolio of designs, executed by hand, on ...
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Screenwriting

Major: Screenwriting

Degree: Master of Fine Arts

Description:

The Graduate Screenwriting program is seeking students from a variety of backgrounds. Literacy, passion, an open mind, and a desire to learn the craft are essential; prior experience or training in the field is not.

Whether you’re starting from scratch with no prior screenwriting experience or ...
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Major: Screenwriting

Degree: Bachelor of Fine Arts

Description:

The study of screenwriting is an intensive program aimed at helping screenwriters develop their individual creative voices as they explore the intricacies of story structure, character development, writing believable dialogue, and understanding film language and genres.

Students will learn to ...
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Source: www.ftv.chapman.edu

Dodge College Of Film And Media Arts

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