Film and video programs at North Carolina colleges and universities

Appalachian State University
Department of Communication
(828) 262-2221;
Concentration offered in electronic media/broadcasting.
Davidson College
Film and Media Studies Concentration
(704) 894-2000;
Interdisciplinary courses on the history, theory, language, and cultural aspects of film.
Duke University
Art of the Moving Image
(919) 660-3030;
Undergraduate certificate program with courses in film/TV studies and production.
East Carolina University
Department of Communication and Broadcasting
(252) 328-4227;
Concentrations offered in media production and media studies.
Elon University
Department of Communications
(336) 278-5724;
Concentration offered in broadcast and new media.
Fayetteville State University
Department of Speech & Theatre
(910) 672-1006;
Concentration offered in electronic communications.
Gardner-Webb University

Department of Communication Studies
(704) 406-4000;
Concentration offered in radio/TV production.
High Point University
Department of Communications
(800) 345-6993;
Concentration offered in media studies.
Lenoir-Rhyne University
School of Communication and Literature
(828) 328-1741;
Electronic media track offered through communications program.
North Carolina A&T State University
Department of Journalism & Mass Communication
(336) 334-7500;
Concentration offered in broadcast production.
North Carolina Central University
Department of Mass Communications
(919) 530-6221;
Concentration offered in broadcast media.
North Carolina State University
Film Studies Major (Art Studies--Film, Interdisciplinary Studies)
Major and minor in film studies; also concentration in film studies within English.
Saint Augustine’s College
Theatre & Film Program
(919) 516-4000;
Concentration offered in film. It also offers a two-year film award program for students not pursuing a bachelor’s degree.
University of North Carolina Asheville
Department of Mass Communications/Video and Film Media
(828) 232-5027;
Concentration offered in visual media production.
New Media Program
(828) 251-6550;
Concentrations offered in two and 3-D animation, audio production, and video production.
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Department of Communications Studies
(919) 962-1127;
Undergraduate concentration offered in media studies and production. Master of Arts and Ph.D. offered in media and cultural studies.
Department of English and Comparative Literature
(919) 962-5481;
Undergraduate concentration offered in Film Studies major and Global Cinema Minor.

University of North Carolina Charlotte
Film Studies Minor
(704) 547-4241;
Interdisciplinary program focusing on cinema as a form of communication.
University of North Carolina Greensboro
Media Studies
(336) 334-5360;
BA offered in media studies.
University of North Carolina School of the Arts
School of Filmmaking
(336) 770-1332;
Undergraduate programs in cinematography, directing, editing and sound, producing, production design, and screenwriting. Graduate program in film music composition.
University of North Carolina Wilmington
Department of Communications Studies
(910) 962-3448;
Concentration offered in digital media and video production.
Department of Film Studies
(910) 962-7502;
Curriculum includes courses in critical studies and production.
Wake Forest University
Communication Department
(336) 758-5405;
Courses offered in media production, history, and theory.
Film Studies Minor
(336) 758-3892;
Interdisciplinary program with courses in production and on the history of film.
Western Carolina University
School of Stage & Screen
(828) 227-7491;
BFA in Film and Television Production.
Winston-Salem State University
Department of Mass Communications
(336) 750-2320;
Concentration offered in radio & TV.