Master of Arts Degree in Cinema-Television
Online Degree Overview
In the department of CTV we believe in stories, redemptive stories that can speak to a struggling culture. As media and new technologies continue to permeate modern communication, Regent University's M.A. in Cinema-Television with a concentration in Producing equips media professionals to create influential and God-honoring content. As a Producing student, you will learn the skills and techniques required of a producer in this ever changing technological landscape. You will learn the development process, how to get a film off the ground, then, how to produce the film, from pre-production to post. At the end of your coursework you will be prepared to produce various media from short films to features, to web content—graduating with a portfolio of completed projects.
M.A. in Cinema-TV: Producing Highlights
Curriculum: View courses and descriptions.
Length: 30 credits. May be completed in 12 months. Students may begin the program in the fall (Aug.) or spring (Jan.) semesters. Students starting in the spring may need to take one extra semester to complete the program due to course rotation.
Format: Offered entirely online. Coursework consists of 1, 2 (8-week) and 3 (15-week) credit courses.
Results: Master of Arts Degree in Cinema-Television with a concentration in Producing.
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Through intensive online instruction along with practical experience, upon graduation, students are fully prepared to work in a variety of positions in both film and television. Our graduates serve as entertainment professionals in such careers as:
Feature Film Producing, Executive Producing (television), Event Producing, Web Content Production, Production Management and Production Coordination.
M.A. in Cinema-TV: Producing graduates will be able to:
- Demonstrate the ability to integrate and apply the Christian faith and Biblical truth and principles to the study and practices of mediated communication.
- Demonstrate the ability to conceptualize a film, television or video project, which includes development, research, scriptwriting, production, post-production and distribution.
- Demonstrate a clear understanding of how to pitch, market, and distribute their work professionally.