With Regent's Bachelor of Arts in Cinema-Television program, you will learn the craft of filmmaking in one of the most technologically advanced communication facilities on the East Coast. Using state-of-the-art equipment and facilities, you'll produce, direct and/or edit under a faculty of experienced professionals. Through a combination of historical, theoretical and practical training, you will develop the basic skills needed to work in feature film, broadcast television, corporate video, industrial video and internet video production. Upon graduation, you will be equipped to enter the entertainment industry or to continue your training at the graduate-level.
The Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Cinema-Television is a 120 credit hour degree, with 44 credits of major study in the C-TV department.
Course of study outline:
49 Credit hours
59 Credit hours
12 Credit hours
Electives (within or outside of CTV)
Please note: Some Theater, Animation, and Cinema Television classes may carry an additional fee of $70-200/course.
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