The Film, Media and Communications Department has launched six new certificate programs that debuted this fall. These programs will help participants hone their skills — and gain new ones — in photography, documentary storytelling, producing, post-production, music production and sound design, and acting.
Current undergraduate and graduate students, alumni, and outside, non-degree seeking students may enroll in one of the new certificate programs, pursuing it in person or online. To earn a certificate, a student must complete 12 units of instruction within three years.
“Offering these exciting new certificates will provide prestigious continuing education opportunities to the community and help address a demand for training and instruction from professionals for non-degree seeking students,” says Charles Bunce, chair of the film, media and communication department.
Mount Saint Mary’s students may have up to six units earned in a certificate program applied towards the requirements for a BA, BS, BFA or MFA degree at the Mount. (Note: Not all out-of-state residents are authorized to pursue our fully online programs. For more information, please check the certificates in film page on the graduate program website.)
Check the website for more details on admissions requirements and certificate program details.