The BA in Film and Screen Studies is at the forefront of the transformation of film study taking place in the US, from the traditional study of film as a body of work to a focus on film as a methodological tool used in a variety of disciplines. We strongly encourage our majors to take advantage of our internship program.
The Department of English and Modern Language Studies on the Pleasantville campus offers Bachelor of Arts degrees in English, English and Communications, and Film and Screen Studies, as well as minors in English, Creative Writing, Film and Screen Studies, and Women's and Gender Studies. Qualified students may take advantage of the following combined degree programs: BA in English / MS in Publishing, BA in English / JD (Law), or BA in English / MST in Adolescent Education.
What is the competitive advantage of our program compared to those offered at other universities?
Our majors have choices. They may concentrate on English, Creative Writing, or English and Communications (writing for media outlets, video production and editing, verbal and presentational skills for the workplace). They may also major in Film Studies or minor in Women & Gender Studies. We offer combined MA / MS programs in Publishing and English Education, as well as in a 3+3 BA / JD program with the Pace Law School.
The Department of English and Modern Language Studies on the Pleasantville campus offers Bachelor of
The study of English is a superb preparation for work in a vast array of fields, wherever skill in the production and interpretation of language is central, for instance in business, communications, or government and public service.
Nearly one-third of English majors work in the education sector, and another third work as creative artists, broadcasters, writers, editors, journalists, or public relations specialists.
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