B.S. in Film Production & Content Development
Residential Degree in Film Production & Content Development
Liberty University’s Bachelor of Science in Film Production and Content Development program in the Cinematic Arts Department prepares students for success in the film industry by providing hands-on experience with industry-standard equipment, world-class facilities, and experience working under professors who are experts in the field. Our mission is to train the next generation of storytellers who have a passion for film and a desire to share life-changing messages with the world.
Academics: Film Production & Content Development (B.S.)
120 total hours
Degree Completion Plan (DCP)
View Liberty’s undergraduate admissions requirements
- Intro. to Screenwriting (CINE 201)
- Advanced Audio Production (CINE 454)
- Intro. to Cinematography (CINE 203)
- Producing and Directing (CINE 303)
A Cohort Structure
The B.S. in Film Production and Content Development encompasses both theoretical and practical learning structures. Freshmen who enter the program are encouraged to complete their general education requirements and their core classes (CINE 201, 202 & 203) by the end of their sophomore year.
Once students begin their junior year, they enter a cohort structure of learning. They will remain in that cohort of classmates with an assigned cohort professor for their junior- and senior-year courses. This allows them to acquire hands-on practice and teamwork skills in a stable, collaborative learning environment.
To enter into a cohort, students must pass through the Continuance Gate. Students who are close to finishing their general education requirements and their core classes (CINE 201, 202, & 203) qualify to complete a Continuance Gate submission form. Typically, students qualify in their sophomore year.
Learn more about the Continuance Gate submission process.
Students who graduate with a B.S. in Film Production and Content Development are eligible for hire in Hollywood productions, government agencies, media companies, non-profits, and media-producing churches.
Graduates leave with:
- A short film they wrote and directed
- A polished feature-length screenplay
- A business plan for producing and marketing their film
- A demo reel
- Professional, working knowledge of the crafts of filmmaking
- Sound Effects Editor
- Sound Mixer
- Multimedia Artist
- Marketing Manager
- Promotion Manager
- Corporate Media Creator
- Church Media Creator
- Content Developer