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B.F.A. in Film Production


The B.F.A. in film production prepares students to work in the professional film industry or to pursue graduate work in the discipline. The curriculum is production based, offering many opportunities to make film. Students must have a successful application for admission to the B.F.A. degree program.

Minimum Total Credit Hours: 120

General Education Requirements

The general education requirements for the B.F.A. in film production include the following courses (33-35 hours):

Course Requirements

The major in film production for the B.F.A. degree requires 73 credit hours.

Film Production courses (36 hours)

Production Electives (9 hours)

Three (or more) of the production hours must come from the following courses:
The six remaining Production Elective hours may come from the following courses:

Theory, History, and Literature courses (18 hours)

One of the following (3 hrs)

Other Course Requirements (12 hours)

In addition to the general education courses, the degree in film production requires elective hours chosen from any area, including theatre & film,to bring the total number of credits to 120 semester hours.

Other Academic Requirements

A grade of C or higher is required on all theatre courses applied toward the B.F.A. degree.

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