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What are some differences between your undergraduate vs. graduate film programs?
The first thing I want to say is that our undergraduate program is essentially a graduate program in disguise -- so much so that our BFA students cannot enroll in our master's program.
Our master's program is designed for people who have a degree in something other than film. I mean, if they have a film degree from somewhere other than FSU, that works -- just as long as it's not one of our undergraduate degrees. Both programs are very similar in terms of course load.
Graduate students take six consecutive semesters over two years, while...
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