Master of Arts Degree in Cinema-Television
On-Campus Degree Overview
As media continues to permeate modern communication, Regent University's M.A. in Cinema-Television with a concentration in Production equips media professionals to create influential and God-honoring content. A concentration in production grants you behind the scenes access to all aspects of film and video production from script to screen. As a student, you will learn how to move from producing to directing to post production for the typical film set environment and beyond.
M.A. in Cinema-TV: Production Highlights
Curriculum: View courses and descriptions.
Length: 30 credits. May be completed in 12 months. Students may begin the program in the fall semester.
Format: Offered entirely on our Virginia Beach campus.
Results: Master of Arts Degree in Cinema-Television with a concentration in Production.
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Through intensive in-class instruction along with the experience of working on dozens of sets, 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:
Film/Television Director, Gaffer, Film/Television Producer, Grip, Assistant Director, Screenwriter, Line Producer, Television Scriptwriter, Editor, Script Supervisor
M.A. in Cinema-TV: Production graduates will be able to:
- Demonstrate the ability to integrate & apply the Christian faith & biblical principles to the study & practices of mediated communication.
- Demonstrate knowledge of relevant communication theories related to the study of film & television.
- Demonstrate proficiency and excellence in the rigorous exploration and application within their chosen artistic concentration—including storytelling, pre-visualization, production design, casting & performance, cinematography, audio, post-production, and the application of Christian leadership skills to the directing process.