Study the creative media industries to develop professional skills and knowledge in film, television and radio
What is cinema and media arts?
Cinema and media arts explores human communication through film, video, audio, digital arts and interactive media. Students in this field learn to act creatively, expressing their ideas through light, motion, color, sound and more. They are also challenged to think critically through the interpretation of media in cultural and historical contexts.
Why study cinema and media arts at UNH Manchester?
The communication arts: cinema and media arts option prepares students for careers in radio, film and television through courses in audio and video production, screenwriting, narrative, film history and more. Students study the creative media industries in-depth, developing the professional skills and knowledge that employers and graduate schools look for. With a focus on real-world learning, students get hands-on experience in our video and audio editing studios and may elect to intern at one of the high-profile media outlets in the area.
- Art director
- Camera operator
- Digital video editor
- Film/TV marketing coordinator
- Film producer or director
- Graphic designer
- Media writer or author
- Motion graphics/multimedia artist
- Production assistant