Degrees: Bachelor's, Master's, Doctorates
Programs: Music, Film, Radio Production and Studies, Criminology, Marketing, Physics and many others (nearly 300 total)
Tuition Range: $16,000 - 18,000 per Semester
Touted as the largest private university on Long Island, Hofstra University offers nearly 300 distinct degree programs to a student body of over 11,400 students. Among the many majors offered include numerous media arts-related studies, including Film Studies and Production, Radio Studies and Production, Video/Television Production, and Mass Media Studies, among others. The Radio, Television and Film department in particular offers several majors that allow students to focus on one of these media, or combine several into a single major (Video/Television and Film).
Hofstra University is structured in a conventional college format, so expect to invest about four years toward earning a bachelor’s degree. As a private institution, Hofstra’s tuition rates lean toward the expensive end of the spectrum, ranging between $16,000-$18,000 per semester.
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