Art & Design
Film & Media

Would you like to work in the media? If so, there are courses which can do everything from preparing you for the anchor role on a news broadcast to training you in the intricacies of the mass of audio-visual equipment that modern media productions utilize.

Although there are some disciplines for which an Associates degree will suffice, in most cases the minimum of a Bachelor's degree is mandatory. Depending upon your end goal, you will study a host of diverse and fascinating topics such as acting, direction, camerawork, screenwriting, CAD and acquire an understanding of the state-of-the-art technology which modern broadcasts rely upon.

During your course, you will build up a portfolio which you can take with you to demonstrate your skills to potential employers. This will be boosted by practical coursework as well as hands-on periods during internships and industrial placements.

At the end, you could consider a career in:

Journalism

Acting

Broadcasting

Sound / Camera work

Public Relations

Screenwriting

The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that the field of Public Relations represents the biggest growth potential.

Schools That Offer This Program:
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Career Point College
Western International University
Western International University
Western International University
New England Institute of Technology
New England Institute of Technology
American Intercontinental University
American Intercontinental University
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South University
South University
The Art Institutes
The Art Institutes
The Art Institutes
The Art Institutes
Southern New Hampshire University
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