Film and Video, B.A., B.S.
The program provides students with experience in animation, documentary, fiction, film studies, new media, nonfiction, scriptwriting, and sound design.
A strong hands-on emphasis characterizes the program. The curriculum integrates production experience with insights offered by media history, theory, and criticism.
Why Study Film and Video at Grand Valley?
- A strong hands-on emphasis characterizes the program. The curriculum integrates production experience with insights offered by media history, theory, and criticism.
- Faculty members have a variety of experience and bring a broad range of knowledge and proficiency to the program.
- There are many opportunities for hands-on learning through internships and local production projects, as well as opportunities to exhibit work through public screenings and a peer-reviewed academic journals. There are opportunities to produce projects for real clients in and outside of the classroom.
- Student organizations offer opportunities for industry practice, such as the student-run television station, radio station, newspaper, cinematography club, film screening clubs, among others.
- The program is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design.