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|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
|Program Type:||Faculty-Led||Study Abroad Advisor:||Erin Brandyberry|
Offered by Miami Faculty,
Location: Los Angeles, California
Courses & Area of Study:
COM 499 (3 credits)
Dates: 05/30/2014 – 06/20/2014
About the Program:
This workshop will eventually fulfill the signature experience requirement in Mass Communication. It is a unique chance for students to experience first hand professional film practices that they have studied in previous classes in the Mass Com Major. The class is targeted to students from all majors who are interested in learning about and working in the entertainment industry.
Relevant disciplinary course work and ability to articulate interest in issues regarding the entertainment media. All applicants will be interviewed by the Inside Hollywood faculty.
Pre-travel meetings dates, TBA.
Miami University Tuition Cost
I understand that withdrawal from a credit workshop must be done by 4:30 p.m. on the last business day before the start of the workshop to receive a refund of tuition fees. Administrative fees are non-refundable. I also agree that I am fully responsible for all fees associated with the above workshop(s) and am required to make payment to the Office of the Bursar before the start date of your program.
Summer 2013-14 Undergraduate Credit*
I understand that the $125 administrative fee is non-refundable.
I understand the program deposit and the refund policy is set by the director.
Non-tuition program fee: $1425: housing, ground transportation and some tours. This includes a $250 housing damage deposit.
Additional Expenses $1300 include: meals, incidentals, travel to LA.
* Fees are subject to change without notice
For more information contact:
David Sholle, firstname.lastname@example.org, 513-529-3546
Media, Journalism and Film, 240 Williams Hall, Oxford
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