Major in Radio/Television/Film
As an undergraduate in Radio/Television/Film, you’ll become fluent in both media production and analysis.
You’ll receive hands-on training in creating, editing and producing innovative media—films, computer animation, and video installations. Student work regularly wins awards in the U.S. and abroad.
You’ll examine media’s role in cultures around the world—past, present and future. You’ll study the history of cinema and broadcast media as you study the social, economic and political dimensions of radio, television and film.
Our faculty, which boasts both practicing filmmakers, screenwriters, and leading cultural theorists, will challenge you to hone your own original vision and make you conversant with the important ideas of our times. As you learn, your technical skills, critical skills and social senses will be transformed, preparing you to reinvent the media of the future.
A degree in Radio/Television/Film prepares you to continue working in areas such as:
- Media content creation
- Media production and post-production
- Arts and entertainment management
- Media analysis and criticism
- Cultural scholarship
Danni Harris, Radio/Television/Film, talks about learning—and putting to use—all the things she's learned about film-making.