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Milligan College (Communications Department (Film Studies))




Our college began with a strong sense of Christian vocation. Since our founding in 1866, it's been our vision and mission to educate Christian leaders -- the hope of the world. Milligan was founded with the idea that Christian faith can and should be applied in every facet of our lives, no matter what our professional callings might be.

Today, Milligan is a flourishing liberal arts college with a distinctively different approach to higher education. Everything we do -- in the classroom, in the dorm room, or on the athletic field -- encourages students to reflect on what it means to be called to lives of service. Few institutions hold Milligan's conviction to mold both mind and spirit, to develop servant leaders to engage the culture for Christ.

Over the past five years, Milligan has grown and been strengthened through the Campaign for Christian Leadership. In 2006, we are pleased to announce that our $30 million goal has been achieved. Buildings have been renovated and built. New academic and student life programs have been launched. And lives have been changed.

The film studies emphasis offers students the opportunity to explore closely one of the most popular art forms that defines our time. Courses cover the history, aesthetics, and criticism of the motion picture. Graduates in film studies go on to graduate school or various careers in the growing film industry. Courses include screenwriting, digital video production and non-linear editing, history of documentary film, history of animated film, film and television criticism, labs and an internship. Students may also choose to participate in the Los Angeles Film Studies Program, a semester-long 15 credit hour program sponsored by the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities. This program allows students to study filmmaking in Los Angeles while doing internships at businesses in the entertainment industry.



School name:Milligan CollegeCommunications Department (Film Studies)
Address:PO Box 500
Zip & city:TN 37682 Tennessee
Phone:(423) 461-8700
Web:http://www.milligan.edu/communications/
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Our college began with a strong sense of Christian vocation. Since our founding in 1866, it's been our vision and mission to educate Christian leaders -- the hope of the world. Milligan was founded with the idea that Christian faith can and should be applied in every facet of our lives, no matter what our professional callings might be.

Today, Milligan is a flourishing liberal arts college with a distinctively different approach to higher education. Everything we do -- in the classroom, in the dorm room, or on the athletic field -- encourages students to reflect on what it means to be called to lives of service. Few institutions hold Milligan's conviction to mold both mind and spirit, to develop servant leaders to engage the culture for Christ.

Over the past five years, Milligan has grown and been strengthened through the Campaign for Christian Leadership. In 2006, we are pleased to announce that our $30 million goal has been achieved. Buildings have been renovated and built. New academic and student life programs have been launched. And lives have been changed.

The film studies emphasis offers students the opportunity to explore closely one of the most popular art forms that defines our time. Courses cover the history, aesthetics, and criticism of the motion picture. Graduates in film studies go on to graduate school or various careers in the growing film industry. Courses include screenwriting, digital video production and non-linear editing, history of documentary film, history of animated film, film and television criticism, labs and an internship. Students may also choose to participate in the Los Angeles Film Studies Program, a semester-long 15 credit hour program sponsored by the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities. This program allows students to study filmmaking in Los Angeles while doing internships at businesses in the entertainment industry.



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