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¿Qué aprenderé?

The Master of Fine Arts Program in Science and Natural History Filmmaking at Montana State University is the largest and best known of only three programs in the world dedicated to this unique and rewarding field of filmmaking. Students in the program have had their work broadcast on many major channels and programs such as The Discovery Channel, National Geographic, The Science Channel, CNN, Sixty Minutes II, Larry King, CBS Evening News, and NBC Nightly News.

Students have produced films for the National Park Service, the National Science Foundation, the Department of Agriculture, NOAA, NASA, National Geographic, Discovery, and such non-profit organizations as the Wildlife Conservation Society, the Sierra Club, the Audubon Society, the Nature Conservancy, the Field Museum and the Boston Museum of Science. Students’ work has also been featured in numerous festivals internationally.

Our students have won EMMYS, been awarded Fulbright scholarships, a Fred Rogers Scholarship from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Webby awards, and many other honors. The students have documented the work of explorers and scientists on every continent in the world. The graduate student podcast and website TERRA: THE NATURE OF OUR WORLD attracts and distributes some of the world’s leading science and conservation productions to more than 100,000 viewers a month and has won three Webby awards.

Our mission is to provide filmmaking knowledge to students with formal education and experience in science, engineering and technology so they may create accurate, innovative, and exciting programs that advance the public understanding of science.

Candidates for the MFA take courses that include film and video production, the history and theory of science and natural history film, cinematography, production management, editing, and writing. All students must also work at one or more production internships during their time as MFA students.

Program Requirements

The curriculum consists of a minimum of sixty semester credit hours of study, written thesis, and thesis film taken over a minimum of three years. To graduate, a student should complete the course of study in good academic standing and produce and defend a written thesis and thesis film.

¿En cuál departamento estoy?

College of Arts and Architecture

Opciones de estudio

a tiempo completo (60 horas de crédito)

Costos de estudio
US$17.692,00 por año
Fecha de inicio

Esperado Mayo, Agosto 2022

Lugar

College of Arts and Architecture

Cheever Hall 217,

BOZEMAN,

Montana,

59717, United States

Requerimiento de entrada

Para estudiantes de Estados Unidos

In general, most graduate programs require: A bachelor's degree (or higher) or the equivalent from an accredited, government-recognized university. B average or higher from your undergraduate study (3.0/4.0 GPA, or equivalent).

Para estudiantes internacionales

A bachelor's degree (or higher) or the equivalent from an accredited, government-recognized university. These degrees are generally four-year-long programs. B average or higher from your undergraduate study (3.0/4.0 GPA, or equivalent).

English proficiency scores: TOEFL score of 80 (internet-based) or 213 (computer-based) or 550 (paper-based) or IELTS, minimum score of 7.0 necessary for applicants who are not U.S. citizens and not from countries where English is the official language.

Application Deadlines Fall Semester: May 15; Spring Semester: October 1; Summer Session: February 1.

Puede haber diferentes requisitos de IELTS en función del curso elegido.

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