Undergraduate Certificate in Media Arts

Gain a deeper understanding of all aspects of digital media with the Undergraduate Certificate in Media Arts in Temple’s College of Theater, Film and Media Arts. You’ll be immersed in the production and history of media arts that paved the success of  film studios such as Pixar and Paramount, or production houses like The Walt Disney Co. and Warner Bros.

You’ll study the intricacies of production design, screenwriting and reading scripts, and video editing, and you’ll form an understanding of the cultural impact of film and media. Courses are taught by who have worked on Emmy- and Oscar-nominated films, among others.

广发娱乐首页This four-course, 14-credit undergraduate certificate is available to all students enrolled at Temple who are interested in the study and production of audio, digital media, film and video, as well as emerging technologies. The required courses can be counted toward the Film and Media Arts major.

Classes & Curriculum

Students in the Undergraduate Certificate in Media Arts program complete four courses, which are

  • Media Arts I,
  • Media Arts II,
  • Media and Culture, and
  • Survey of New Media.

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    Internships & Opportunities

    Internships are crucial to gaining entry to the film, television and media industries. Acquire hands-on production experience that will deepen your technical abilities and make you a more attractive candidate to potential employers. 

    You can earn up to six credits while interning locally or in Los Angeles as part of the . The program in Los Angeles provides direct learning insights and professional work experiences in the media and entertainment industries.

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    Tuition & Fees

    广发娱乐首页The tuition for this Certificate Program is based on school or college of your major, program degree level (undergraduate or graduate), course load (full- or part-time), in-state or out-of-state residency, and more. .


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