Influence the World

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.

Make your mark in modern media and experience the power of changing the way people think and feel – about themselves and the world around them.

Programs of Study

Expect current digital media equipment, techniques and courses designed to prepare you for industry employment here in Lawrenceville and across Georgia. Gain meaningful learning experiences through interactive research projects, exposure to industry professionals and available internships.

School of Liberal Arts

Cinema and media arts production (CMAP) majors also benefit from professional training, internships, apprenticeships and job placement opportunities from GGC's partnership with the Georgia Film Academy.

Why GGC?

Access to four-year degrees for more people, where potential trumps privilege, and tenacity and commitment matter more than one’s academic past. Honors Program? We’ve got you covered there, too.

Attentive education that focuses on your success with faculty mentorships that linger even after graduation. Standards are high, but you’ve got this with access to tutoring and options to text professors for help.

GGC’s innovative practices, caring culture and affordable tuition are changing the game in higher education, and changing the future for students at all levels, of all ages, from all walks of life. 

Apply now for your #ggcGameChanging opportunity.

Filming in classroom
 

Careers and Grad School Prep

  • On set production assistant (PA)
  • Script supervision
  • Office PA
  • Location scout
  • Electric: on set operators
  • Editorial assistant
  • Journalist
  • Advertising copywriter
  • Digital copywriter
  • Scriptwriter
  • Social media manager
  • Community arts worker
  • Marketing executive
  • Master of fine arts (MFA) in visual arts, film, creative writing, theatre and drama
  • Master of arts (MA) or doctorate (Ph.D.) in film, television, communications, media studies, screen studies, English
What can I do?

Beyond the Classroom

Challenge. Question. Collaborate. Contribute. Unique to GGC’s focus on student engagement, faculty invite students at all levels – including freshmen – to collaborate on research projects, conference presentations, even co-authoring articles published in academic journals. Get Involved!

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