Long Island University - Writing and Producing for TV MFA

Degrees Offered
  1. 2 Year M.F.A.
Concentrations
  1. Writing and Producing for Television
Yearly Tuition
$30k to $40k
Tuition Detail
$1,299/ credit
48 credits for entire program
Deadline Details
The application is rolling until all positions are filled, but you are encouraged to apply early in the year for entry in the fall.

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School Website
https://www.tvwritersstudio.com/
What is the Application Fee? $ 50
LIU’s acclaimed TV Writers Studio (TVWS) is a one-of-a-kind writing practicum. Pure and simple, the goal of the TVWS is to educate and to develop highly skilled, experienced professionals with strong portfolios who will be prepared to begin careers in the television industry as writer/producer/entrepreneurs.

Each year, the TVWS has two cohorts running side-by-side: one in its first year, the other in its second and final year. The students invited to participate in the TVWS become part of an intensive, two year curriculum of study during which they function collaboratively like the staff of an ongoing television series; and independently, as writer/creators of their own TV series pilot and web series.

Upon completing the 48 credit program, each student will graduate with an M.F.A in Writing and Producing for Television which. Classes are held at the state-of-the-art Steiner Studios, a 305,000-square-foot Hollywood-style production and support facility in the historic Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Visit tvwritersstudio.com for more information.

Application Requirements

Applicants need not have a background in writing for TV or film. To be admitted to this program you must submit:
  • An application for admission
  • An original dramatic or comedic script written for film, TV or theater, or a sample of creative writing that reflects your story-telling ability.
  • Two written recommendations: one professional and one academic. Include contact information.
  • An up-to-date bio or CV In addition, applicants must:
  • Have earned an undergraduate degree at an accredited college or university
  • Complete a personal interview, which will be scheduled once the writing samples have been reviewed

Class Size

20-25


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