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Media and Film (BS)
Media and Film (BS)

Media and Film (BS)

  • ID:SU10106
  • Level:4-Year Bachelor's Degree
  • Duration:
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  • Type:Full-time

Fees (USD)

  • Application Fee:$50.00
  • TuitionFee/Year:$41,242.00
  • LivingFee/Year:$21,950.00
  • InsuranceFee/Year:$3,010.00
  • OtherFee/Year:$560.00
  • Application Fee:$50.00
  • TuitionFee/Year:$41,242.00
  • LivingFee/Year:$21,950.00
  • InsuranceFee/Year:$3,010.00
  • OtherFee/Year:$560.00
Estimated Total/program:
$267,248.00
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Admission Requirements

Entry requirements

  • To apply to Suffolk, international students must submit/complete the following:

  • Common Application or Suffolk Application and a $50 application fee

  • Essay/personal statement

  • Official high school transcript* or GED/HiSET results

  • Letter of recommendation

  • Official College/University Transcripts (in English or with official translation) from all institutions attended.

  • GPA 2.7

English requirements

  • Proof of English Proficiency Option - select one of the options below:

  • SAT or ACT scores in lieu of English Proficiency (SAT/ACT is not required of International Students)

  • TOEFL or IELTS score (TOEFL minimum is a 79, IELTS a 6.5)

  • DUOLINGO English Test-DET (Minimum score of 105)

  • Exempt if you’re from a country, other than the US, where English is the First and Official Language. Please submit the SAT, ACT or final results from one of the following: IGCSE/GCSE, AS/A-Level and International Baccalaureate (IB) exam). If you only have predicted scores from any of these examination systems, please complete the Test of English Proficiency Waiver Request form.

  • PTE-Academic with a minimum score of 54

  • IB HL English Predicted scores (if provided by your high school)

  • First Language English Exams in the IGCSE or GCSE or AS/A-Level Predicted/Actual results

Course Information

Media and film are constantly evolving. You'll need to adapt if you want to create content in these industries. Suffolk's media and film major encourages critical thinking and internships, so you'll graduate ready to work in the field or take your studies to the next level in grad school.

Media and film are dynamic concepts that are constantly evolving; therefore, students need to prepare themselves to be adaptable creators in the industries. To that end, the major guides students through considerations of both practical and critical nature to ensure that students learn how the two areas exist with mutual benefit to one another. Upon graduation, students are prepared for both practical work in the industry and graduate studies in film or media theory or a specialized production area.

Internships are highly encouraged, and students regularly intern at production and post production houses in the city and Boston metro area, as well as TV stations, such as PBS. Many also intern on movie sets, as Hollywood productions regularly shoot in the city.

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Media and Film Major Requirements: 12 courses, 48 credits

CJN-101, Introduction to CommunicationCore Requirements (11 courses, 44 credits)

  • CJN-105, Principles of Oral Communication

  • CJN-152, Visual Aesthetics

  • CJN-255, Introduction to Media

  • CJN-2355, Production I

  • CJN-321, Research Methods in Communication

  • CJN-387, Media and Film Criticism

  • CJN-3455, Production II

  • CJN-400, Media Effects and Audiences

  • CJN-466, Seminar in Media/Film

  • CJN-4455, Production III

Note: All students should take CJN-101 and CJN-152 during their first year.

Elective (1 course, 4 credits)

Choose one of the following:

  • CJN-225, World Cinema

  • CJN-281, Asian Popular Culture

  • CJN-292, Film History: From Silent Cinema to the Modern Era

  • CJN-293, Hong Kong Cinema

  • CJN-381, Business of Media

  • CJN-401, Networked Culture

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Career Opportunity

Career Opportunity

While some of our students go on to graduate or law school, most students enter directly into professional life. Our alumni have rich and varied careers. A sampling of titles includes:

  • Newspaper reporter

  • News Editor

  • Lifestyle Editor

  • Managing Editor

  • Web journalist

  • Sports reports

  • Sports editor

  • Television news anchor

  • Television news reporter

  • Television and radio producer

  • Television and news writer

  • Advertising copywriter

  • Media buyer

  • Media planner

  • Marketing communication professional

  • Vice President of Corporate Communications

  • Bank President

  • Training and Development manager

  • Events and marketing managers

  • Lawyers, professors, teachers, media relations managers

Ability to settle

Overseas Student Health Cover

OSHC: 3010 ($) USD per year

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