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Academic catalog

Browse the curriculum, course descriptions and requirements for the Film and Television Production program in our academic catalog.

Lights, camera, action

The B.F.A. in film and television production program is designed for students interested in working in the film industry. The program emphasizes the creative, technical and theoretical study of the cinema, television and video media. You’ll work in a collaborative environment, and master your technical competency with state-of-the-art technology.

Here, you’ll study pre-production, production and post-production, and gain the skills and experience necessary to build a successful career in film, television and video media.

What you’ll learn in the film and television production program

  • Casting and collaborating
  • Cinematography and screenwriting
  • Script supervising, sound recording, and non-linear video editing

Career opportunities

Prepare for a successful career in a variety of fields with a degree in film and television.

Earning your B.F.A. in film and television from Lynn can open the door to many film jobs and careers, including:

  • Technical production specialist
  • Director
  • Video editor
  • Set manager
  • Film critic

Graduates of the film and television program have gone on to work for many well-known companies, such as:

  • Ryan Seacrest Productions
  • Nickelodeon
  • VH1
  • JetBlue Airways

Estimated tuition

Full-time tuition for a traditional day undergraduate student is estimated to cost $35,960 annually.

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