San Diego State University - School of Theatre, Television, and Film

Degrees Offered
4 Year B.S.
Film & Television Production, Film Studies
Yearly Tuition
$20k to $30k


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when are sdsu film students demand the education we paid for? Old tenured professors who haven't worked in decades, old irrelevant equipment, no post production classes, the entire program is a joke. We don't learn anything that actually will get us a job. There are no internships or useful experience. Shame on this college for letting this go on for so long. This dept needs a huge overhaul into the 21st century. The trailer on the website is complete fabrication. If you are having trouble deciding I suggest you sit in on literally any TFM class on any given day and experience the bs firsthand. That's if the professor hasn't cancelled class like they do 75% of the time.

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