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M.S. in Media Studies

M.F.A. in Television



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Undergraduate Programs

The Department of Television and Radio is held in such high regard that the New York media-the most powerful and influential broadcast market in the world-seeks out our graduates for positions in their organizations. Our facilities are all-encompassing and state-of-the-art in both television and radio, and our faculty members are experts in the artistic, business, and scholarly aspects of media.

From music performances to historical programming, in the M.F.A. program you learn how to create and edit shows and ready them for broadcasting. In the M.S. program you will learn how rapid changes in communication technologies are revolutionizing media management and programming. Our affiliations with ABC, CNBC, CBS, SONY Music, HBO, and numerous other media organizations can provide you with opportunities to intern and gain hands-on experience.

The many graduates who have gone on to distinguished media careers not only keep in touch with Brooklyn College but also keep us apprised of the latest developments in the industry, which enables us to keep pace with any and all advancements.

Graduate Programs and Courses

M.S. in Media Studies
M.F.A. in Television Production

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Individual graduate courses currently offered
Performance and Interactive Media Arts program (PIMA)
Graduate Studies in Television at Brooklyn College

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Graduate Projects

A highlight reel of Brooklyn College MFA students gaining real-world hands-on training through a collaboration with The New York Times.Students went along to cover New York professional sports teams. So far. they have produced 17 videos for The New York Times website.