Film, Television, and Media
The Bachelor of Science in Film, TV, and Media focuses intensely on teaching visual and audio communication. BS degrees focus more on a specific area of knowledge, and a minor is not required. Graduates often produce, direct, write, edit, and in many ways are involved in the creation of film, documentary, advertising, broadcasting, video, and other visual media. Graduates of this program are well prepared to enter the Master of Arts in Cinema, Religion, and Worldview offered by Walla Walla University or other graduate programs.
- Click here to see the classes you'll take as a part of your Film, TV, and Media course load.
- Interested in job options for this degree? See our page of areas of service, job outlook, and median earnings in the field.
- Questions? Contact Jerry Hartman, our Film & TV adviser.