Bachelor of Arts
Media impacts our lives on a daily basis. From cinema and television, to smartphones and Facebook, media entertains us, informs us, and shapes the modern world around us.
At Georgia Gwinnett College, students are uniquely situated within a “camera-ready community” that embraces Georgia’s burgeoning film industry. Cinema and Media Arts Production majors gain hands-on experience with current digital media equipment and media techniques, participate in rewarding internships that connect students with industry professionals, and attend courses tailored to their interests and skills in various areas of film and other media industries.
The study of film and media is highly interdisciplinary, leading to exciting careers in areas such as film, television, broadcasting, advertising, social media manager, event manager, magazine journalist, public relations, and publishing. Students with a bachelor’s degree in Cinema and Media Arts Production can also prepare students for graduate studies, media education, and a variety of professional degrees in film and television studies and other media industries.
Design and Production
The design and production concentration has specifically been designed to train individuals for the highly demanded on-set (below-the-line) positions needed for Georgia’s industry workforce. Students completing this concentration will be set-ready for production at the entry level. View the design and production program plan (PDF).
Entertainment Industries Studies
The entertainment industries studies concentration is designed for students considering careers in other professions in the media industries such as law, media entertainment, digital media, publishing, etc. This track also serves students who will seek out higher education opportunities in graduate programs in film, television, and/or other media. View the entertainment industries studies program plan (PDF).
Writing for Stage and Screen
The writing for stage and screen concentration is designed for students interested in above-the-line positions as writers in theatre, film, television or the web. Students are required to complete a writing project within a professional writing “story room” environment that results in a material screenplay in collaboration with an industry collective. View the writing for stage and screen program plan (PDF).
Learn more about the CMAP internship.
Learn more about a minor in film.