CINEMA & DIGITAL ARTS
Cinema & Digital Arts
Bachelor’s in Communication (B.A.)
The Master’s University’s Cinema and Digital Arts (CDA) program aims to equip students with the tools needed to compete in the evolving world of mass media. Our program is unique in that it teams’ students alongside industry professionals, giving them the opportunity to create productions on par with the entertainment industry.
Cinema and Digital Arts is distinctive because of its approach in training the next generation of artists in a Christ-focused environment. We recognize God as the ultimate creative force, and we endeavor to reflect and communicate this throughout the program.
The CDA program has created award winning film productions that have received industry notoriety and have been distributed on platforms like UPtv. Our location in Southern California allows us access to industry professionals working in various arenas of media, securing noted guest speakers and prime internships.
Our course offerings provide a conceptual and practical experience as well as world-class professional training and equipment. Students graduate from the program possessing a combination of knowledge and real-world practical application with respect to pursuing their vocation (including: credited, quality productions that can be used on resumes and production reels).
Over 60% of our alumni work in the broad spectrum of media, including: YouTube, Film production, TV production, Church media, and Business marketing and media.
Check out some of our award-winning and affiliated productions by clicking on the posters:
|C202 Film History|
|C231 Digital Video Editing I|
|Video Production I and II|
|C321 Screenwriting I|
|C322 The Business of Film|
|C402 Film Production|
|C472 Rhetorical Criticism|
|C404 Graphic Design II|
|C436 Christianity and Film|
|C442 Computer Visual Effects II|
|C480 Digital Photography|
|B121 Essentials of Christian Thought|
|Old Testament Survey I and II|
|New Testament Survey I and II|
|Christian Theology I and II|
|MU190 Essentials of Music & Art|
|P311 Essentials of Philosophy|