The M.A. track in Digital Production trains students in all phases of the production and post-production process, with an emphasis on developing the student’s artistic vision and command of the expressive possibilities of moving images and sound. Hands-on courses in production are supplemented by courses in the history and theory of the moving image, which broaden the student’s awareness of the many stylistic traditions that comprise the history of film and other moving-image media.
The major in film and video is designed to introduce students to the complexities of media art. This is reflected in the program structure, which includes critical studies (history, theory, industry, and criticism), production (film, video, digital), and writing. Students will study all areas but may specialize in one or two. Internships are available in the Atlanta metro area and beyond.
Media Entrepreneurship Certificate - not accepting applications at this time – please contact Kay Beck (email@example.com)
GSU plans to implement a new program where commerce, creativity and executive business administration meet. Drawing from the university’s leading professors in the Robinson School of Business, the GSU College of Law and the College of Arts and Sciences, the Media Entrepreneurship Certificate will be an 18-month, 24-credit-hour program designed for the producer, artist or executive who plans to create, finance and distribute film, television or new media projects. Courses will include Intellectual Property Law, Independent Producing, Business Plan Management and Marketing and Entrepreneurship. The certificate will acknowledge expertise in any one of these areas, and graduates will emerge with a well-rounded knowledge of the changing landscape of entertainment business and artistic creation. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.