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14 Degrees from 5 Schools

Online Schools Offering Film Production Degrees

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People with the urge to make scripts come to life can pursue one of the 14 film production degrees highlighted on Guide to Online Schools. Of the 5 schools offering these programs, the average recommendation rate among our student reviewers is 58, with rates ranging from 0 to 91. The average career helpfulness rating reported by our reviewers is 58 for film production schools. Tuition for these programs is $16,700 a year, on average.

Certificate Associate Bachelor's Master's Doctorate
Annual Tuition Certificate $16,384 Associate $16,205 Bachelor's $16,548 Master's $15,146 Doctorate $12,138
Annual Earnings (mid-career) -- -- Bachelor's $54,051 Master's $58,909 Doctorate $109,720

Film production degrees can be earned at the associate, bachelor's, and master's level. Undergraduate programs teach students how to create great films, from both a technical and aesthetic viewpoint. Courses discuss history of cinema, cinematic communication, scriptwriting, television directing, and film production. Making short and long films is an important part of the degree. Master's programs in film production require students to take advanced classes and shoot a short film that will become their degree thesis. Successful graduates of film production programs can become film producers and screenwriters.

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Find a Film Production School
14 Degrees from 5 Schools

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