Locations: Northridge, CA
Degrees: Bachelor's, Master's, Doctorates
Programs: Economics, Art, Cinema/Television Arts, Animation, Philosophy, Social Work and many others (about 114 total)
Tuition Range: $3,200 - 12,000 per semester
Located in the San Fernando Valley of southern California, CSU Northridge is a large public university with an enrollment of around 36,000 students. Undergraduate and graduate degrees are offered in many different areas of study, ranging from Art to Engineering. Of particular interest is the Mike Curb College of Arts, Media and Communication Arts, which offers an array of degree plans in media and art-related fields, including Art, Music, Cinema & Television Arts, Theatre Arts and more. Art students can concentrate in Graphic Design, Animation, 2-D and 3-D Art, and Video/Digital Art; music students have an optional concentration in Music Industry (which includes Recording and Music production); and the Cinema & Theatre Arts Department offers a bachelor’s degree with numerous film-related concentrations, as well as a master’s degree in Screenwriting.
CSU Northridge is a conventional university, requiring at least a four-year commitment to earn a bachelor’s degree. Tuition starts at around $3200 per semester for undergraduate California residents, with higher rates for graduate degrees. Non-residents will pay an additional $372 per credit.
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