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Bachelor of Science in Television, Radio and Film

Bachelor of Science in Television, Radio and Film

  • QS World University Rankings
    651-700
  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors
The Television, Radio and Film curriculum engages students in the vital dimensions of 21st-century storytelling: critical thinking, writing, foundations of multimedia storytelling, diversity, law and policy, visual and aural aesthetics, business principles and practices, collaboration, global perspective, ethics and a capstone project. The heart of the major is the purposeful selection of specialized, elective coursework from a broad range of topics. TRF faculty advisors connect each student to coursework that will best meet their individual interests and needs. There are different aspects to film and television production jobs that you may want to consider as you think about your career, including: Development Potential projects are considered to be in the development stage. Scripts are read and financing is arranged. Pre-production During pre-production, every element of the film or television show is planned, down to the tiniest detail. Most of the creative decisions about a film or television show are made during this stage, though these decisions are constantly re-worked in the production and post-production phases. Production Production, also known as principle photography, is the "lights, camera, action" work that most people associate with the entertainment industry. Post-production Film or video is edited and special effects and sound are created for the final product. Marketing and distribution Marketers decide when to release or schedule a film or TV show and how it should be pitched. Commercial time is sold and other financial considerations are handled in this step.