Pepperdine University - Screen Arts Major (BA)

Degrees Offered
4 Year B.A.
Film & Television Production, Screenwriting, Film Studies, Digital Arts
Yearly Tuition
$50k to $60k
Tuition Detail
Flat-rate tuition (12-18 units per semester) $55,640 / year
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Application Deadlines
Application deadline: November 1
FAFSA deadline: November 1
Enrollment deadline: May 1
The Screen Arts degree is a comprehensive production degree for those interested in bringing stories to any screen. Students will be prepared for careers and service through courses that focus on pre-production, production, and post-production, with opportunities for students to study specific areas of interest. Additionally, students work in an internship within the industry, prepare a portfolio of original work, and participate in a capstone screen story project showcasing their talents and learned knowledge.
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Minimum GPA (according to school)
High School GPA: 3.64-3.97 (unweighted), Transfer GPA: 3.52-3.94 (unweighted)
Average Accepted ACT
ACT Composite: 28-32
Average Accepted SAT
SAT Total: 1300-1450
Average Accepted TOEFL
Acceptance Rate
Average Accepted GPA
High School GPA: 3.64-3.97 (unweighted)
Transfer GPA: 3.52-3.94 (unweighted)
Notification of Decision
January 10
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