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Communication & Media Production, B.F.A.

Work with clients on real-world projects, learn from industry experts, and delve into the fast-paced world of communications and media production in New York City.

The College of Arts & Sciences is no longer accepting applications for this degree program.


What You’ll Learn

With New York Tech’s Communication and Media Production, B.F.A., you’ll have cameras, microphones, and other digital tools in your hands from the very beginning of your studies.

You’ll work with outside clients, show your films via Globesville, New York Tech’s student-run web channel, and work with industry experts in our student-run, in-house agencies. You’ll gain additional real-world experience through internships at leading film or television production companies, post-production houses, or advertising agencies in the New York metropolitan area; the heart of the communication arts industry.


Career Options

  • Advertising/PR Executive
  • Cameraperson
  • Creative Director
  • Digital Designer
  • Media Executive
  • Movie Director
  • Scriptwriter
  • Television Producer
Anthony Marchese (B.F.A. ’19)

News 12 Long Island

While at New York Tech, Anthony interned at the Rachael Ray Show, where he learned how to work with executives and celebrities, and gained insight into all aspects of TV production. He’s currently a cameraperson for News 12 Long Island.

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Tara Fraser (B.F.A. ’11)

Digital Producer

Going from nannying to an in-house ad agency, Tara is now a digital producer at Carrot Creative, a full-service digital agency with clients including the Cartoon Network, Target, and the New York Yankees.

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Noelle Scindian (B.F.A. ’16)

Sesame Workshop

While in school, Noelle interned at Story Pirates, an educational media organization based in New York City and Los Angeles. Now, she continues her love of children’s media as a post-production assistant for Sesame Workshop.

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“The school provides you with many opportunities to excel in your choice of career...the professors are eager to teach you everything they know.”

Robert Callaghan (B.F.A. ’20)


Exceptional experiences.
Outstanding outcomes.

$71,680

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11%

27600

Top 15%

Top-Tier Ranking

USNWR Best Colleges

New York Tech is ranked among the top 50 regional universities in the North.

How You’ll Succeed

You’ll be able to specialize in an area that suits your talents and interests, from film and TV production to journalism, radio, and podcasting. Plus, with your professional-level work experience at our in-house production company, advertising/PR agency, and/or an interactive web channel, you’ll be sure to stand out to employers as a highly valuable member of their team.

USNWR Best Colleges

Top-Tier Ranking

New York Tech is ranked among the top 50 regional universities in the North.

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