List of film schools in the United States

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In the United States, there are numerous institutions both public and private dedicated to teaching film either as a department in a larger university, or as a stand-alone entity. Colleges offering film degrees as part of their arts or communications curriculum differ from colleges with a dedicated film program, which offer degrees in multiple aspects of film making such as theory, directing, cinematography, and screenwriting.

There is also a distinction between film programs in private colleges and art schools, and purely for-profit institutions.

Active institutions[edit]

University Department City State Public or Private Type of Degree Number of Degrees Year(?)
University of New Orleans Department of Film and Theatre [1] New Orleans Louisiana Public Doctorate Granting University
Biola University Cinema and Media Arts [2] La Mirada California Private Baccalaureate college 1979
University of Colorado Denver CU Denver Film and Television[3] Denver Colorado Public Baccalaureate college 45 1994
University of North Alabama Film & Digital Media Production Florence Alabama Public Master's university 25[4] [5]
Scottsdale Community College Scottsdale School of Film+Theatre Scottsdale Arizona Public Associates Colleges
Arizona State University School of Theatre and Film Tempe Arizona Public Doctorate Granting University 4[6] 2005[7]
University of Arizona Jack and Vivian Hanson Arizona Film Institute Tucson Arizona Public Doctorate Granting University 85[8][9] 2002[10]
Yavapai College Zaki Gordon Institute Sedona Arizona Public Associates colleges 24[9] 2000[11]
University of Central Arkansas Mass Communication and Theatre Conway Arkansas Public Masters Universities 27[12][13] [14]
Southern Arkansas University Tech Multimedia Technology Camden Arkansas Public Associates colleges 33[15] [16]
Academy of Art University School of Motion Pictures and Television San Francisco California Private Master's university 172[17][18] 2004[19]
American Film Institute American Film Institute Conservatory Los Angeles California Private Special Focus Institutions 111[20][21] 1969[22]
N/A City College of San Francisco San Francisco California Public Associates colleges Unknown[21][23] 1935[24]
N/A Berkeley Digital Film Institute Berkeley California Private
(for-profit)
Associates colleges Unknown 2007[25]
Chapman University Lawrence and Kristina Dodge College of Film and Media Arts Orange California Private Master's university 142[26][27] 1996[28]
California College of the Arts Film Program Oakland, San Francisco California Private Baccalaureate college 13[29] [30]
California Institute of the Arts School of Film/Video Valencia California Private Master's university 96[31][32] 1971[33]
California State University, Los Angeles Cal State LA Studios Los Angeles California Public Baccalaureate college 88[34] [35]
California State University, Fullerton Radio-TV-Film Fullerton California Public Baccalaureate college 173[36] 1989[37]
California State University, Long Beach Department of Film and Electronic Arts Long Beach California Public Baccalaureate college 113[38] 1982
California State University, Northridge Department of Cinema and Television Arts Northridge California Public Baccalaureate college 354[39] 1983[40]
N/A Columbia College Hollywood Tarzana California Private Baccalaureate college 62[41][42] 1953[43]
N/A Global Cinematography Institute Los Angeles California Private Special Focus Institutions Unknown 2012
N/A Los Angeles Film School Hollywood California Private
(for-profit)
Associates college 321[44] 1999[45]
Loyola Marymount University Loyola Marymount University School of Film and Television Los Angeles California Private Master's university 57[46] 2003[47]
New York Film Academy New York Film Academy, LA Universal City California Private Master's university
Baccalaureate college
Associates colleges
[48] 1992
San Diego State University School of Theatre, Television and Film San Diego California Public Baccalaureate college
Platt College (San Diego) Digital Video and Media Production San Diego California Private Baccalaureate college 1985
Studio School (Formerly Known as Relativity School) (Hussian College) Film + Digital Content Los Angeles California Public Baccalaureate college Unknown 2014[49]
San Francisco Art Institute School of Studio Practice (film) San Francisco California Private Master's university 18[50] 1947[51][52]
San Francisco State University Cinema Department at San Francisco State University San Francisco California Public Master's university 194[53] 1965[51][54]
San Jose State University Department of Tv, Radio, Film & Theatre San Jose California Public Baccalaureate college 61[55] [56]
University of California, Los Angeles UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television Los Angeles California Public Doctorate Granting university 130[57][58] 1939[59][60]
University of Southern California USC School of Cinematic Arts Los Angeles California Private Doctorate Granting university 379[61][62] 1929[63]
Community College of Aurora Colorado Film School[64] Aurora Colorado Public Associate's college Unknown 1990s
University of Colorado at Boulder Film Studies Program Boulder Colorado Public Doctorate Granting University 95[65] 1972[66]
Sacred Heart University FTMA Stamford Connecticut Private Master's university 2013
Wesleyan University Center for Film Studies Middletown Connecticut Private Baccalaureate college 30[67] 2004[68]
American University Film and Media Arts Studies Washington D.C. District of Columbia Private Master's university 90[69][70] 1984[71]
Howard University Film and Media Arts Washington D.C. District of Columbia Private Master's university 79[72][73] 1971[74]
Florida State University FSU College of Motion Picture, Television and Recording Arts Tallahassee, Florida Florida Public Doctorate Granting University 54[75][76] 1989[77]
N/A Full Sail University Winter Park Florida Private
(for-profit)
Baccalaureate college 713[78] 1979[79]
Ringling College of Art and Design Digital Filmmaking Sarasota Florida Private Baccalaureate college 68[80] 2007[81]
University of Central Florida Film Program Orlando Florida Public Master's university 89[82] [83]
University of Miami Motion Picture Program Miami Florida Private Master's university 99[84] 1974[85][86]
Savannah College of Art and Design School of Film, Digital Media and Performing Arts Savannah Georgia Private Master's university 172[87][88] 1978[89]
Columbia College Film & Video Department Chicago Illinois Private Master's university 445[90][91] 1961[92]
DePaul University School of Cinema and Interactive Media Chicago Illinois Private Master's university 76[91][93] 2008[94]
Northwestern University Department of Radio, Television + Film Evanston Illinois Private Master's university 68[95][96] 1981[97]
School of the Art Institute of Chicago Film, Video, New Media, and Animation Chicago Illinois Private Master's university
Baccalaureate college
Unknown 1967
Southern Illinois University Carbondale Department of Cinema and Photography Carbondale Illinois Public Master's university 75[98] [99]
Tribeca Flashpoint Media Arts Academy Film + Broadcast Department Chicago Illinois Private Associates colleges [100] 2007[100]
University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign Department of Media and Cinema Studies Champaign-Urbana Illinois Public Doctorate Granting university 43[101] 1948
University of Iowa Department of Cinema and Comparative Literature Iowa City Iowa Public Doctorate Granting University 58[102] [103]
Western Kentucky University Film Program[104] Bowling Green Kentucky Public Doctorate Granting university 2010[105]
Towson University Department of Electronic Media and Film Towson Maryland Public Baccalaureate college 121[106] 1981[107][108]
Boston University Department of Film & Television Boston Massachusetts Private Master's university 208[109][110] 1947[111][112]
University of Rhode Island Harrington School of Communication and Media Kingston and Providence Rhode Island Public Baccalaureate college 2008
Emerson College Visual and Media Arts Boston Massachusetts Private Master's university 368[113][114] 1972[115]
Fitchburg State University Film/Video Fitchburg Massachusetts Public Baccalaureate college 56[116] [117]
Massachusetts College of Art and Design Department of film/video Boston Massachusetts Public Master's university
Baccalaureate college
79[118][119] 1977
Grand Valley State University Film and Video Production[120] Allendale Michigan Public Baccalaureate college Unknown Unknown
Minnesota State University Moorhead Cinema Arts and Digital Technologies Moorhead Minnesota Public Baccalaureate college 26[121] [122]
University of Southern Mississippi Entertainment Industry (Film) Long Beach Mississippi Public Baccalaureate college Unknown Unknown
Missouri State University Department of Media, Journalism & Film Springfield Missouri Public Master's university 67[123] [124]
Webster University Film Production and Film Studies Saint Louis Missouri Private Baccalaureate college 38[125] [126]
Montana State University School of Film and Photography Bozeman Montana Public Master's university 103[127][128] 1960[129]
University of Nebraska–Lincoln Film & New Media, Johnny Carson School of Theatre & Film[130] Lincoln Nebraska Public Doctorate Granting University Unknown 1999
Santa Fe University of Art and Design The Film School Santa Fe New Mexico Private
(for-profit)
Baccalaureate college 36[131] [132]
Buffalo State College Television and Film Arts Buffalo New York Public
City University of New York colleges with Film Programs Film Programs New York City New York Public Master's university
Master's university
Baccalaureate college
Associates colleges
130[133]


18[133]
59[133]
34[134]

varies
Columbia University School of the Arts Film Division New York City New York Private Master's university 83[135] 1965[136]
Cornell University Film Program Ithaca New York Private Doctorate Granting university 9[137] 1970[138]
Digital Film Academy Digital Filmmaking Conservatory New York City New York Private Professional Certificate [139] 2001[139]
School of Visual Arts Film (concentrations in Directing, Screenwriting, Cinematography, Editing) New York New York Private
(for-profit)
Baccalaureate college Unknown 1947
Fort Hays State University Informatics Hays Kansas Public Master's university
Ithaca College Department of Cinema, Photography, and Media Arts Ithaca New York Private Master's university 90[140] 1980[141]
Long Island University Department of Theatre, Film, Dance and Arts Management Brookville New York Private Doctorate Granting university [142] [143]
New York Film Academy New York Film Academy New York New York Private Master's university
Baccalaureate college
Associates colleges
[144] 1992[145]
Rochester Institute of Technology School of Film and Animation[146] Rochester New York Private (non-profit) Master's Colleges and Universities (Master's L) 56 1981
Blue Ridge Community College Film and Video Production Flat Rock North Carolina Public Associates colleges 7 2009[147]
Piedmont Community College Film School Yanceyville North Carolina Public Associates colleges 24 1994
University of North Carolina at Greensboro Department of Media Studies Greensboro North Carolina Public Doctorate Granting University 79[148][149] 1977
Western Carolina University School of Stage & Screen/Film & Television Program Cullowhee North Carolina Public Bachelor of Fine Arts 125 2007
Ohio University Ohio University Film[150] Athens Ohio Public Doctorate Granting University Unknown Unknown
Oklahoma City University Moving Image Arts Oklahoma City Oklahoma Private Master's university [151] [152]
George Fox University Cinema & Media Communication Newberg Oregon Private Master's university 16[153] 2000
Portland State University School of Theater + Film Portland Oregon Public Doctorate Granting University Approx. 300 2007
Temple University Film and Media Arts Philadelphia Pennsylvania Public
Point Park University Cinema Arts Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Private Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Arts
The Arts Institutes Digital Film Nashville Tennessee Private-for-profit Unknown Unknown Unknown
University of North Texas Radio, TV, Film & Performing Arts Building Denton Texas Public Master's university
Baccalaureate college
Associates colleges
Doctorate Granting University
University of Texas University of Texas at Austin College of Communication/University of Texas at Austin Department of Radio-Television-Film Austin Texas Public Master's university
Baccalaureate college
Associates colleges
Doctorate Granting University
1965
University of Utah University of Utah Department of Film & Media Arts Salt Lake City Utah Public Master's of Fine Arts
Baccalaureate college
8 Unknown
Old Dominion University Old Dominion University[154] Norfolk Virginia Public Baccalaureate college Unknown Unknown
Virginia Commonwealth University VCUarts Cinema[155] Richmond Virginia Public Baccalaureate college Unknown Unknown
TheFilmSchool TheFilmSchool Seattle Washington (state) Private Special Focus Institutions Unknown 2004[156]
Central Washington University CWU Film Department, College of Arts and Humanities Ellensburg Washington (State) Public Bachelor of Arts unknown unknown

See also[edit]

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