Writing for Film, Television & Digital Media Online

In the School of Writing for Film, Television & Digital Media, you will create a diverse body of work that includes multiple scripts for feature film, television, short film and web series.


Online Degrees

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Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) Degree

The BFA in Writing for Film, Television & Digital Media prepares aspiring writers to meet the creative and business challenges of the entertainment industry. By the time you graduate, you will have written two screenplays, three spec TV scripts, one pilot and three short film scripts. You will also work as a staff writer on two web series. So if your goal is to create a body of work that could launch your professional writing career, our program will give you the competitive edge you need.

Master of Fine Arts (MFA) Degree*

The MFA in Writing for Film, Television & Digital Media is an intensive program that concentrates exclusively on writing, pitching and the business side of being a professional writer. You will write two screenplays, three television scripts for current shows, and an original series pilot. You will also be a staff writer on two web series. So if your goal is to complete a marketable body of work that is ready for literary representation, script sales or options, open writing assignments and staff positions, our program will give you the creative edge you need.

*Beginning in Spring 2015

Classes

Explore our course catalog and take classes based on your interests and schedule. Enhance your knowledge, learn a new skill, or try out a new form of art.

Online Class Demo

Writing for Short Film: Scene Structure
 

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Online Programs

The online program gives students the ability to earn a BFA or MFA degree in any environment. Our online instructors are industry professionals who bring their unique experience and knowledge to the online classroom.
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Robert Keats

Executive Director

School of Writing for Film, Television, & Digital Media / Executive Director, The Network
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