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Olympic College's Digital Filmmaking programs provide formal hands-on film production training and education.
Degrees Offered
  1. 2 Year A.A.
  2. 2 Year A.S.
  3. 4 Year B.S.
  4. Summer Programs
Concentrations
  1. Acting
  2. Cinematography
  3. Cinema Visual Effects
  4. Creative Producing
  5. Critical Studies
  6. Digital Arts
  7. Digital Technologies and Emerging Media
  8. Directing
  9. Documentary Filmmaking
  10. Dramatic Writing
  11. Editing
  12. Film Studies
  13. News and Documentary
  14. Producing
  15. Production Design
  16. Screenwriting
  17. Set Design
  18. Sound
  19. Sound Design
  20. Writing for Screen & Television
Yearly Tuition
$5k to $10k
Tuition Detail
Annual:
Bachelor Degree - $6900 (Resident)
Associate Degree - $4500 (Resident)

For a student taking a full load of 15 credit hours, tuition per quarter is:
Bachelor’s Degree: Resident $2,205.00, Non-Resident $2,354.75, Non US Citizen Non-Resident $6,203.05
Associate Degree
: Resident $1,375.50, Non-Resident $1,557.65, Non US Citizen Non-Resident $3,190.45
Fees: $95 per quarter - Production and Equipment Insurance ($20), Student Service ($20), Technology ($35), Security Enhancement Fee ($20) – (Bachelor’s degree students pay an additional $50.00 Technology Fee.)
2021 Lower Division Tuition
2021 Upper Division Tuition
2021 Fees
Application Deadline Details
Early, Preferred, and Out of State Application Deadline: April 30, of the year before the Fall Quarter
Final Deadline: July 31, of the year before the Fall Quarter
Students who major in Cinema & Media Studies learn to engage critically with visual media in diverse global cultures.
Degrees Offered
  1. 4 Year B.A.
Concentrations
  1. Film Studies
Yearly Tuition
$10k to $20k
Tuition Detail
WA Residents: $11,745
Non-Residents: $39,114
Application Deadline Details
November 15

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