Degrees: Bachelor's, Master's, Doctorates
Programs: Art, Philosophy, Music, Education, Film Production, Digital Arts, Law, Interior Design and more (about 90 total)
Tuition Range: $18,750 per Semester
ituated in southern California, Chapman University is a small but highly-ranked private university whose roots date back to Civil War days. The university enrolls about 6400 students and offers degree programs in about 90 different areas of study. Of particular interest is the Dodge College of Film & Media Arts, which offers an impressive number of bachelor’s and master’s programs in media-related fields, including Film Production, Screenwriting, Creative Producing, Television and Broadcast Journalism, Digital Arts, Public Relations/Advertising, and more.
Chapman University operates with a standard college schedule and curriculum. If accepted, plan on a four-year commitment for a bachelor’s degree. Tuition-wise, Chapman is not the most expensive among private universities, but at $18,750 per semester (not including housing), it is still a hefty investment.
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