The BFA program is designed to provide students with a full range of technical and practical skills, to teach them to think critically about their chosen mediums, and to guide their artistic growth as they experiment with different forms of cinematic expression. To this end, undergraduate students must successfully complete a series of required classes during each of their years in the program. Academic and artistic progress is assessed at a Mid-Residency Review during the student's third semester.
All BFA Film and Video students are required to pass a Graduation Review in order to complete the Program.
Detailed curriculum and academic requirements can be found in the online course catalog.
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