Film and media studies in College of william and mary
The Film and Media Studies program brings a perspective to studying media that is both interdisciplinary and global. Students collaborate with an advisor to design a focused plan of study comprised of core courses and electives. FMST majors and minors develop their creativity using a variety of new media technologies and practices at the same time they analyze the aesthetics of film, explore the history of moving pictures and television, track developments in global media, and make connections between theory and practice. Relevant disciplinary frameworks include those of American Studies, Art and Art History, English, History, Modern Languages and Literatures, Music, Sociology, and Theater.
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Broadcast engineer, Broadcast presenter, Location manager, Programme researcher broadcasting/film/video, Television camera operator, Television/film/video producer, Television production coordinator, Advertising art director, Community arts worker, Marketing executive, Runner broadcasting/film/video