Degrees: Bachelor's, Master's
Programs: History, Education, Entertainment Industry, Film/Digital Media, Interior Design, Mass Communications and others (nearly 70 total)
Tuition Range: $2,448 - 5,412 per Semester
Located in Florence, Alabama, the University of North Alabama is a modest-sized public university (approx. 7100 students) offering nearly 70 undergraduate and graduate degree programs in a wide range of fields of study. Among these programs are numerous degree plans related to media and arts, including bachelor’s programs in Film and Digital Media Production (with an optional minor in Screenwriting); Interior Design; and Mass Communications (with optional concentrations in Radio-Television, Broadcast Journalism or Media Studies). Additionally, the school offers a unique bachelor’s program in Entertainment Industry, with optional concentrations on Entertainment Business or Entertainment Technology, incorporating Audio Production into the curriculum.
The University of North Alabama operates with a traditional academic structure, meaning you should plan on at least four years to complete a bachelor’s degree. Tuition is assessed by credit hour, and is favorable to residents of Alabama. Full-time resident students will pay about $2448 per semester, not including room, board and fees; non-residents pay over twice that amount.
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