Dodge College is offering a really exciting new program for cinephiles looking to maximize their education! Traditionally, a student who is interested in a degree in Film Studies would take a very typical route through College, taking the four year program we offer, and taking some time away from school to enter the workplace, or
Next week begins the bulk of our Orientation activities for new and returning Graduate students. Take a look at what’s going on!
Earlier this summer, Dodge College hosted the 67th annual University Film and Video Association conference. Take a peek behind the scenes at the nation’s most informative academic event for film teachers and graduate students!
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> Adjunct Professor of Film Studies – and Senior Film Critic for Variety – Peter Debruge describes his surprising experience teaching in our Graduate film program.
Congratulations to alumnus Joseph Ruggieri (MFA ’04) and his production company, Red Love Film, whose newest feature film, Joy, is now released through Amazon.com and other retailers like Best Buy and Barnes & Noble. Joseph wrote to us recently, sharing the success his film is achieving. Read on!
A big welcome to all the new, transfer, and early-bird returning Dodge College students on campus this week!
As finals approaches, many undergrad students find themselves wondering about what their next step will be. With a degree from Chapman, you’re going places. But why not broaden your options? A graduate degree could make all the difference in your career, in both job choices and salary range. But sometimes the options can be overwhelming