Master of Arts Degree in Cinema-Television
On-Campus and Online Degree Overview:
The Department of Cinema-Television offers a Master of Arts degree in Cinema-Television with concentrations in production and script writing. The M.A. in Cinema-Television is an accelerated one-year program, immersing students in all aspects of film and television production. Upon graduation, students will be equipped to work in the industry, on the mission field, in the church and private sector, or pursue a doctoral degree.
Select one of the concentrations below to learn more about our cinema and television graduate school programs in the Master of Arts in Cinema-Television degree.
The Department of Cinema-Television produces more than 100 films and projects each year. Our students regularly win awards for their work at the regional, national and international level. In 2009, Charles Eichmann, a student in our Master of Arts program, produced the student film, The Painted Gun, which received a Festival of Nations award.
The Painted Gun
Winner of the 2009 Festival of Nations Award