College Junior 2013-09-06T12:29:27Z
Most work is done in class, because the school is very hands on. Which is nice, but since the degree is very demanding, you still don't have lots of extra time on your hands. Since the school is in LA, you do get quality time and see interesting things when you do have a day off. There should be a better job placement division, but I am not to that point.
College Senior 2013-06-07T21:22:53Z
I know that computers are accessible all over campus, but its not that necessary for me at the time to be accessible to a computer on campus.
College Senior 2013-06-07T21:21:34Z
My specific program is acting for film. I am well pleased that the curriculum and workload for all my classes is focused on that.
College Senior 2013-06-07T21:18:58Z
The program is a very hands approach to learning your skill. The classes are small in number which is good in order to get more one on one time with the professors. I love it.
College Senior 2013-06-07T21:17:12Z
The facilities on campus as well accessible to all students on campus. The teachers are very attentive and well mannered. The faculty and staff have open door policies and are willing to help to further your educational skills whenever available.
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-28T03:25:55Z
They are pretty resourceful with most things that we need for class but not everything.
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-28T03:24:12Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I got all the financial aid I could get and it still wasn't enough to pay off my tuition as well as loans.
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-28T03:20:01Z
It all depends on if you continue to pursue the career and are persistent.
College Senior 2013-04-07T04:48:55Z
I am a MFA Producing student. the school is good in that I learn not only about my specific area, but all the other jobs that do into making a film. At the same time, there are some coordination and communication issues that need to be worked out amongst the professors and other staff
College Senior 2013-04-07T04:41:03Z
part of the tuition goes towards equipment but then we have a hard time getting working equipment and having a variety to work with. Also the scheduling department needs to get their act together. there was so many changes to the schedule that it got confusing after a while
College Senior 2013-04-07T04:31:33Z
These are people who love cinema enough to pay 40,000 dollars a year for it. There is a mix between Americans and International students. There is a language barrier but people try to help each other out. There is also a mixture of people who have had professional experience in the field and people who haven't as well as a huge gap between people who go above and beyond with their work and people who barely accomplish the minimum due.
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