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The links below contain important information about the application process, deadlines, and requirements for all programs offered by the College of Motion Picture Arts. Please read these pages carefully and note the deadlines listed for the submission of materials. Feel free to contact the College if you have any questions about the application process.
The Animation and Digital Arts program is built upon a hands-on, project-based approach to learning. The core curriculum teaches a diverse range of skills that enable students to graduate with a holistic education in the art, craft, and business of professional digital filmmaking.
The purpose of the motion picture program is to furnish the conceptual framework, the professional training, and the working environment for eventual participation in a profession that is a powerful influence in our culture.
The MFA Production program is a full-time (fall, spring, and summer), two-year course of study. Students complete ninety semester hours in a curriculum that focuses on the art, craft, and business of storytelling. The graduate program is designed and scheduled as a conservatory.
The course of study in Writing is offered jointly by the College of Motion Picture Arts and The School of Theater. Only six writing students are admitted each Fall. The program is comprised of six consecutive semesters (61 hours of completed coursework) that lead to a Master of Fine Arts Degree.
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