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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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Media Studies and Digital Arts
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Saint Michael's College in Colchester, VT
As a Media Studies student, you will learn to write quickly, accurately and under deadline pressure. You will learn to conduct research using traditional and electronic sources. You will acquire a deep understanding of the ethical and legal responsibilities associated with being a communicator - whether in the newsroom or the marketplace. And you will develop a mastery of current technologies, including multimedia, digital photography, digital video and digital audio and social media. There are two versions of the Media Studies & Digital Arts major: one with a journalism concentration, and one without. Both versions combine the arts and sciences with hands-on communication skills, critical to our students as they learn to become effective communicators in our Information Age. Working in collaboration with media professionals at media organizations and in corporate and non-profit, media students put theory into practice by producing media in a professional work environment. Possible activites include producing and distributing media, i.e. websites, articles, films, brochures etc. planning and staging media events; researching and evaluating public relations campaigns; and optimization studies. The internship gives students a practical context in which to examine and interpret issues and concepts they have studied in their Media Studies classroom courses. Some of our graduates are employed in newsrooms all over New England and beyond. Many other graduates are working in web design, film production, photojournalism, advertising, public relations, marketing, and politics (one of our graduates is the press secretary for the Senate Judiciary Committee). Some are doing jobs that weren’t even invented a decade ago, like Director of Social Media. Others have gone on to a range of graduate programs: law school, media studies, American studies, and other fields.
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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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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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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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College of St Joseph
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Theatre
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
University of Vermont in Burlington, VT
The Theatre Program is realized through disciplined study and practice of the various areas of theatre arts within a liberal arts education. The goal of the department is to develop students who can transfer the vital problem solving, critical and creative skills obtained at UVM to a wide range of careers and disciplines and who are able to integrate their knowledge of theatre with the world we live in and the human experience. Small class sizes, appreciation of diversity, and a spirit of inclusion promote a strong sense of community at the Department of Theatre. An extensive production schedule offers students numerous opportunities to practice the creation of theatre while rigorous academic offerings challenge students to learn and grow. The Department provides an expansive and creative curriculum that values ideas and promotes self-expression. Our program promotes the liberal arts approach to a theatre education by providing depth and breadth of study, thereby cultivating critical thinking and an understanding of historical and social contexts. Strong student-faculty relations and an accomplished theatre department staff make for a professional but inclusive learning environment. Production: Students may audition to perform in shows that are part of the Mainstage season, the holiday show or The Spring Play Festival. There are also numerous positions for running crew and technical staff on shows. These include positions like stage manager, assistant stage manager, lighting and sound board operators, costume crew, and front of house assignments. Students may opt to do crew or performance assignments that are supervised by faculty as practicum credit (THE 190). Senior Projects: Students who major in theatre are required to complete a culminating experience project. These are usually realized through the senior seminar course (THE 284) taken in the student’s final spring semester. Students must submit a proposal for their project in the fall of their senior year. These projects, once approved by faculty, become part of the Spring Play Festival. Past projects have spanned the areas of design, directing, stage management, performance, and playwriting. The Spring Play Festival takes place in the Royall Tyler Theatre in April. University Players: “UPlayers” is a Student Government Associated sanctioned student group that is run by students. Members of the group need not be theatre majors or minors. Students elect officers for the group and the annual activities are planned and executed by student members under the advising of a faculty members in the department of theatre. International travel (EuroTheatre): The EuroTheatre (THE 180) is a course that covers European theatre traditions and current day European theatre artists and companies. The course takes place in the spring semester and is followed by 2-3 weeks summer travel in Europe where students attend theatre performance and participate in workshops with internationally recognized artists and companies. Past sites of study have included Dublin, London, Paris, Rome, and Stratford Upon Avon.
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Communication: Video/Film Production
Bachelor of Science (BS)
Castleton University in Castleton, VT
Media and Communication students thrive in a project-based environment that balances theory and practice. Working closely with faculty and peers, you will study the way media interact with society and produce video, print news, social media, websites, scripts and presentation papers in courses, The Spartan newspaper, WIUV-FM, independent projects, and internships. Students work toward a B.S. in Media and Communication with concentrations in Media Studies, Video & Film Production, Journalism, Public Relations, Digital Media or by contract. Additionally, the program offers an A.S. degree and minors in communication and cinema studies (see Program Requirements below). Media and Communication students have gone on to create major network programming, garner credits in Academy Award-winning movies, write and edit for big-city daily newspapers, design major websites, excel at graduate school, provide public information for large businesses and non-profits, teach in high schools and universities, practice law, and a wide array of other professional activities. While most of the time students work on the campus itself, communication students frequently participate in the London Semester, Santa Fe Semester, internships all over the country and beyond, and find themselves on trips to academic and professional conferences.
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History
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
College of St Joseph in Rutland, VT
College of St. Joseph’s Bachelor of Arts in History demonstrates the great value of a degree in history. You’ll learn about events that shaped earlier societies as well as cultural sensitivity and the power of considering different points of view. By assessing and interpreting past events, you will develop skills in historical research and critical thinking. In CSJ’s history program you can expect individual attention with plenty of discussion and debate about cultural, political and intellectual development through the ages. College of St. Joseph also offers a Popular Culture Concentration in History for history majors. The concentration emphasizes the reading and analysis of film, television, music, video games and other mass-produced forms. CSJ also offers a minor in history for students who are pursuing another major, but wish to enhance their education through an increased understanding of historical events and perspectives.
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English
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
College of St Joseph in Rutland, VT
As an English major at College of St. Joseph, you’ll receive a comprehensive background in English, preparing you for a variety of careers across various fields, including education, government, public relations, law and much more. While earning your Bachelor of Arts in English at CSJ, you will develop the skills to communicate effectively both orally and in writing, have an understanding of the broad history and scope of the English language, grow your ability to analyze texts and acquire knowledge of several genres, periods and prominent authors. Small class sizes provide you the opportunity for more personal engagement with both classmates and content. College of St. Joseph also offers a Popular Culture Concentration in English. The concentration emphasizes the reading and analysis of film, television, music, video games and more. Students who pursue a Bachelor of Arts in English are expected to communicate effectively both orally and in writing, to understand the history of the English language, develop a proficiency in analyzing literary texts, and acquire a knowledge of several genres, periods, and major writers. English majors are required to take 36 credits in English culminating in the capstone course, ENG430 Seminar in English.
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French
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
University of Vermont in Burlington, VT
Our program in French combines language study at all levels with coursework in French and Francophone literature and cultural studies. Our students benefit from our location - less than an hour from French-speaking Québec, offering easy access to Montréal (the second-largest French-speaking city in the world after Paris) and to French-language radio and television directly from Québec. Our Maison Française and events building on Vermont's French-Canadian heritage give students opportunities to put learning into practice and to make contacts that can further their studies, travel, or career. French at UVM also prepares students for the French-speaking world overseas through one of UVM's many study abroad program sites available in France and other French-speaking nations around the world. French is a native language or an official language of government, education, and business in more than 30 countries on five continents. Companies from France, Québec and other French-speaking nations are engaged in many technology-based industries and services, ranging from aerospace to biophysics, medicine, engineering, and computer technology. French is also an important language of diplomacy and international politics and is an official working language of many of the world’s most important international organizations, including the United Nations and the European Union.
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