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Film and Television Studies
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
University of Vermont in Burlington, VT
Film and television are important and rapidly evolving art forms. We offer deep faculty expertise in these mediums, and skillfully integrate their perspectives into a modern humanities and arts education. You'll get deep exposure to the aesthetic, technological, historical, theoretical and cultural aspects of film and television. Basic introductory courses expose students to concepts needed to begin studying film and television as well as its early historical and theoretical concerns. The intermediate level courses concentrate on contemporary issues, genre history, and theory as well as film and video production. And the advanced level seminars attempt to bring together all the student’s knowledge through a course that explores the depths of one topic (such as studying the works of one director, global and European cinema, women in film, race and television, or violence in film). Located in the English Department, Film and Television Studies (FTS) offers a major and minor. FTS courses have all been designed to explore aesthetic, technological, historical, theoretical, and cultural developments. FTS students also study film and television as an international art form. Basic introductory courses expose students to the concepts needed to begin studying film and television as well as its early historical and theoretical concerns. The intermediate level courses concentrate on contemporary issues, genre history, and theory as well as film and video production. And the advanced level seminars attempt to bring together all the student’s knowledge through a course that explores the depths of one topic (such as studying the works of one director, global and European cinema, women in film, race and television, or violence in film).
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$ 31,672
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$ 15,687
University of Vermont
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Modern Culture and Media: Track I
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Brown University in Providence, RI
Modern Culture and Media (MCM) is an interdisciplinary concentration that explores the ties between media and broader cultural and social formations. We stress creative thinking and critical production: comparative analysis and theoretical reflection, as well as work that integrates practice and theory. We thus bring together aspects of modern culture that are normally separated by departmental structures such as film and media studies, fine art, literature, literary arts and philosophy. This concentration offers the student a range of possible specializations. A student might decide to focus on the critical study and production of a certain type or combination of media (print, photography, sound recording, cinema, video, television, and digital media); or they might focus on certain cultural, theoretical and/or social formations (for example, gender/sexuality in post-Cold war television, postcolonial theory and film, the changing form of the novel, theories of subjectivity and ideology, video games and theories of representation). These paths are united by a commitment to critical thinking/practice: rather than reproducing conventions, MCM concentrators learn how conventions emerge, what work they do, and explore ways to change them.
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$ 71,050
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Brown University
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History: Popular Culture
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
College of St Joseph in Rutland, VT
History majors may choose a concentration in Popular Culture, in addition to more traditional studies. The Popular Culture concentration emphasizes the reading and analysis of film, television, music, video games, genre literature, and other mass-produced forms. The Popular Culture emphasis will be useful for students who are interested in graduate studies in English, Cultural/American Studies, History or Communication. Also, students are interested in secondary education, new media, marketing, advertising and entrepreneurship will find the skills and theories in the Popular Culture concentration useful to their careers.
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$ 37,400
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$ 18,916
College of St Joseph
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Communication: Media Communication
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Rhode Island College in Providence, RI
The Major in Communication develops the capabilities of each student by providing a balance between practical experience and theory. Flexible requirements allow the department to accommodate individual backgrounds, needs and interests. Students are encouraged to participate in internship programs to get on-the-job Communication experience. The revolution in technology has given added importance to the study of Communication. Job titles and employment opportunities are changing so rapidly that the possession of transferable skills involving the creation, analysis, processing, and distribution of information is more important than ever. The Media Communication Concentration prepares students for careers in radio, television, cable and entertainment industries. Students are encouraged to utilize the multi-media laboratory, and join student-run organizations such as The Anchor, the student newspaper; RICTV; and WXIN RIC Radio. Internships in local media outlets are encouraged.​​​​
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$ 24,712
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$ 11,525
Rhode Island College
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Media & Communication Studies
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Johnson & Wales University-Providence in Providence, RI
Would you love to dive deep into the meaning of film, music, television, photographs and social media and be involved in their production? Are you curious about how audiences respond to what they read, see and hear? In our Media & Communication Studies bachelor’s degree program, you’ll combine theory and practice across an array of courses. You’ll analyze theories of specific media forms and focus your studies in media writing, media management, media design and production, or marketing and advertising. As a Media & Communication Studies student, you’ll have exclusive access to industry-standard recording equipment, powerful Mac workstations, and the latest versions of professional video and audio editing software. You’ll think and write about culture using relevant media platforms to produce credible, effective and engaging pieces of media. Our writing and production classes enroll no more than 25 students, so you’ll get to know your professors and receive one-on-one guidance. Faculty have strong academic credentials and significant professional media experience. They know what it takes to succeed, and they share that insider knowledge with you. As mentors, they’ll help you refine your skills, talents and forms of self-expression. You’ll also engage in extracurricular activities related to your major. In your junior year, you’ll complete a media internship at an organization in your field of interest. Past internship sites have included museums, music venues, TV and radio stations, news networks, film festivals and government offices. When you graduate, you’ll be prepared to pursue graduate work or a range of careers within media industries and beyond. Media & Communication Studies bachelor's degree program majors are curious about the production and meaning of media — photographs, film, music, television, video games and social networking sites — and about how audiences respond to what they read, see and hear. Our principles menu includes courses on specific media forms, while our practices menu emphasizes advertising, production, writing and management. Students select courses that complement their intellectual and professional interests, usually by designing focus areas in consultation with faculty advisors. Upon completion of the program, graduates are expected to: Demonstrate knowledge of how the major media industries work in local-global contexts. Analyze, interpret and evaluate the aesthetic impressions and expressions of media texts. Compare and contrast theories that scholars use to explain the beliefs, attitudes, values, opinions and behaviors of media audiences. Assess the political-economic and social-cultural influences among media industries, texts and audiences. Integrate primary and secondary sources into well-reasoned arguments. The program offers a strong liberal arts education and opportunities to study abroad. Media internships serve as springboards for career opportunities in a variety of industries. Additionally, students are well-positioned to pursue graduate degrees in a variety of fields.
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Johnson & Wales University-Providence
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Modern Culture and Media: Track II
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Brown University in Providence, RI
Modern Culture and Media (MCM) is an interdisciplinary concentration that explores the ties between media and broader cultural and social formations. We stress creative thinking and critical production: comparative analysis and theoretical reflection, as well as work that integrates practice and theory. We thus bring together aspects of modern culture that are normally separated by departmental structures such as film and media studies, fine art, literature, literary arts and philosophy. This concentration offers the student a range of possible specializations. A student might decide to focus on the critical study and production of a certain type or combination of media (print, photography, sound recording, cinema, video, television, and digital media); or they might focus on certain cultural, theoretical and/or social formations (for example, gender/sexuality in post-Cold war television, postcolonial theory and film, the changing form of the novel, theories of subjectivity and ideology, video games and theories of representation). These paths are united by a commitment to critical thinking/practice: rather than reproducing conventions, MCM concentrators learn how conventions emerge, what work they do, and explore ways to change them.
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$ 71,050
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$ 12,697
Brown University
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Film and Media Culture
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Middlebury College in Middlebury, VT
The Film and Media Culture department is dedicated to the study of film and visual media as a vital aspect of a liberal arts education. Our students study film and a wide range of visual media, including television, digital games, online video, and video art, as aesthetic forms as well as in relation to the cultures that produced them. While we are not a production-centered department or a traditional film school, we fully integrate the creation and critical study of film and media in a manner appropriate to a liberal arts education. Students will balance the critical studies of film and media with the creation of media work, often within the same course. The faculty in Film and Media Culture are active scholars and creators, writing books, creating videos, and contributing to the vibrant academic field of film and media studies. Our classes incorporate numerous screenings of films and media texts, with scheduled evening sessions and hands-on lab sections. We are housed in the new Axinn Center, with state-of-the-art digital video production facilities and high-end screening rooms. We believe that Middlebury is a leader in teaching film and media studies in a liberal arts context, with alumni finding success within the film and media industries, as well as in a wide variety of other careers. Explore our site to see what we have to offer.
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$ 69,464
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$ 13,966
Middlebury College
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Broadcast Media Production
Bachelor of Science (BS)
Champlain College in Burlington, VT
The incredible surge of internet-based media through computers, mobile phones and personal media devices is creating an explosive demand for graduates with skills in audio and video production, web and mobile-friendly media production. Champlain has strategically expanded its Broadcast Media Production major to give you greater exposure to scriptwriting, broadcast journalism, and television studio and documentary production, in addition to the technical and aesthetic aspects of shooting and editing. With hands-on experience embedded in this program, you will be prepared for the latest trends in digital broadcast media as you gain an understanding of fundamentals of writing and production in a multi-media landscape. Real World Applications Through a mix of classroom theory and production experience, you'll study essential media techniques and broadcast management skills that will make you an valuable asset to businesses and organizations. You will learn how to develop stories, write engaging scripts and produce programming for radio, television and web-based platforms. You'll also learn to produce stories for radio and television news, including short documentaries and PSAs that air on local television. At the Film and Broadcast Media Production Stage, you'll get training with a mobile studio production unit that streams live to the Web. Additionally, you'll learn by doing in our digital editing suites, computer labs, and sound studio, as well as field production. This program prepares students for client-based production and traditional broadcasting, fusing editorial and technical knowledge with in-class and pre-professional experiences. Recently, students' short-form documentaries and narrative films premiered on Vermont PBS in a one-hour broadcast premiere called the Champlain College Student Showcase. Sonic Arts & Publishing Specializationssound studio The Sonic Arts Specialization is an optional addition to your program that will give you a tremendous advantage in the marketplace when you begin your job search. This specialized skill set, which includes the fundamentals of music creation, digital audio recording and editing techniques, is in demand for creating today's broadcast, video and media professionals. If you choose to enhance your Broadcast Media Production degree with a specialization in Publishing, you can work on real-world publishing projects and develop new media skills many established publishers lack, including ebooks and websites, and you may also gain experience with editing, design, illustration, marketing, social media and event planning. Learn more about our specialization options. Internships Our Upside-Down Curriculum gives immediate exposure to production skills in the first year of college, preparing for meaningful internships early on. You'll create a highly marketable resume with internship opportunities possible at local media outlets such as WCAX-TV, Regional Educational Television Network, Hen House Media, Shadow Productions, Signal Kitchen Studios, Hall Communications, VOX Communications, FOX 44, True Tone Studios, Champlain Radio Group and Vermont Public Television. Industry Expert Faculty 100% of Broadcast Media Production faculty at Champlain are industry professionals still working in their fields. Whether they specialize in news reporting, audio production or film, your professors have experience working with evolving broadcast and streaming technology, and they bring that knowledge to the classroom. Meet the faculty. Study Abroad We designed the curriculum of our majors to support a semester of international study, which means you can study in another country, even complete an internship abroad, and still graduate on time. You can choose to take your international study at our campus in Montreal, Canada, or in Dublin, Ireland, or through one of our Global Partner or third-party programs. Explore options for studying abroad.
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$ 54,001
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$ 35,740
Champlain College
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Literary and Cultural Studies: Media and Cultural Studies
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Bryant University in Smithfield, RI
Media Studies provides the opportunity for students to think across media forms and cultural contexts. It is an interdisciplinary field that focuses on the content, history, and effects of various media, including television, film, and digital technologies. The program offers students the chance to both make and reflect on these media. Students of media studies learn to analyze media texts, situate them within historical contexts, and engage in theoretical debates about them. They also experiment in the production of a variety of media texts. Students learn to create original work, analyze and appreciate the work of others, and assess the wider impact of mass media on public life. Fundamental to Media Studies is the cultivation and honing of communication skills necessary to succeed in our mediated world. Students in the Media and Cultural Studies Concentration will: Interpret, analyze and critique cultural artifacts and practices (including film, television, and new media). Create various types of cultural texts and participate in various kinds of cultural practices (including image production, film, theory, and argumentation). This is an 18 credit concentration. Students must have a primary concentration in the College of Business or a major in the College of Arts and Sciences.
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$ 55,609
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$ 33,475
Bryant University
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Modern Culture and Media
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Brown University in Providence, RI
The Ph.D. program prepares students to engage in rigorous and innovative scholarship and teaching in the theory, history and critical analysis of one or more media in ways that encompass diverse cultural contexts and historical periods. The Department of Modern Culture and Media is committed to the study of media in the context of a broader examination of cultural, social, and political formations. Modernity is understood as intimately interwoven with technical modes of production and reproduction. Those in the department study: print, insofar as it is connected to mass dissemination; photography; sound recording; cinema; video; television; and digital media. We examine media not in the narrow sense, but as immanent to the phenomena they produce and record. Plans of study are individualized according to students' interests. Students may emphasize the scholarship of one medium or of several media and their interrelationships, but coursework and exams will also include a component in textual, cultural, and/or social theory. This combination enhances both disciplinary depth and interdisciplinary flexibility.
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Brown University
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