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New York City The New School

We live in a time when the culture must catch up to emerging media.

The School of Media Studies is an intellectually rigorous community at the forefront of creative and technological innovation. Our graduate programs are among the first of their kind in the world, having origins in the Center for Understanding Media, established by John Culkin in 1975. Today, we are part of The New School, a comprehensive university that continues to be a force of new narratives and modes of investigation, combining emergent media and contemporary practices to bring

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about positive change in the world.


The network of media makers, thinkers, and innovators at the School of Media Studies and the many acclaimed schools and programs throughout The New School represent a diverse set of skills, personal experiences, and professional backgrounds that ignite the creative process and open up new possibilities. Students take courses and collaborate on projects with forwardthinking peers from the university’s world-class graduate programs in the social sciences at The New School for Social Research, art and design at Parsons School of Design, and management and public policy at the Milano School of Policy, Management, and Environment. These critical collaborations and shared experiences inspire fresh thinking and challenge students to operate outside of convention, propelling their

academics

media projects and methods to the cutting edge.


Academics

A 21st-Century CURRICULUM Graduate degrees and certificates from the School of Media Studies (SMS) integrate current media theory, research, production, design, and management.

• Your investigations of media form and content draw on

contemporary media theory, philosophical frameworks, and methods of critical analysis.

• You acquire professional skills including media production in various formats like cinematography, film editing, and

post-production, as well as media management skills such as business planning, audience analysis, and entrepreneurship.

• You can either develop a generalist portfolio that showcases a

broad range of work or focus your coursework on a specific mode of media production or domain of the growing creative industry.

• Our distinguished full-time and part-time faculty includes

media theorists, digital arts curators, media designers, film directors, film distributors, documentary filmmakers, musicians, interdisciplinary scholars, technology researchers, and industry professionals who are well established in the evolving media

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economy.

• You benefit from our dynamic community of creative media

makers, artists, entrepreneurs, and thinkers here in New York City, a historic center for creative and theoretical collaboration.

As a major urban university, we offer access to a range of media industry networks that include global media and technology corporations, NYC start-up enterprises, and community, civic, and cultural organizations. Our innovative, flexible programs prepare you for a fulfilling career as a media artist, producer, scholar, activist, or manager in the creative industries. Online Program Options The MA in Media Studies, the MS in Media Management, and the Graduate Certificate in Media Management all offer online options.


“New York provides a naturally immersive experience in making, managing, and thinking critically about media.” —Dawnja Burris, associate dean of the School of Media Studies; teaches foundational courses and conducts written and visual research on animals in media


“Relevance to the field is the most sought-after component of our program. Having instructors who are active professional practitioners makes it possible.� —Michelle Materre, associate professor of media studies and film


Media Theory and Research Media studies draws on the social sciences, arts, and humanities to explore the interrelation of communication means and messages

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Critical Analysis, Creation, Innovation

and their influence on societies of the past, present, and future. Topics of scholarly investigation range widely: the aesthetics of communication design; consumer research; visual systems; documentary and interactive media; cultures of sound and music; discourse analysis; critical theory; history and memory; politics and mass media; messages of media in relation to race, class, and gender; the evolution of media technologies; and the new global media culture. Our programs offer a variety of opportunities for original academic research, imaginative projects, and civic engagement. Media Production The New School’s Media Studies curricula incorporate a production component in all programs: MA, MS, and certificates. Students have audio, and Web-based interactive projects. Courses and workshops cover documentary, narrative, and experimental approaches in video, film, audio, and multimedia production. Courses are offered in screenwriting, visual and sound aesthetics, social media and Web design, cinematography and

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access to state-of-the-art studios and equipment for film and video,

editing, programming and data visualization, digital and motion graphic design, film, and transmedia storytelling. Media Management In an environment where technologies, platforms, and entire industries are changing every day, business knowledge and strong management skills are critical to career success. At The New School, you’ll learn principles and best practices of responsible and effective business management that will equip you for a career in today’s media and communication industries. Courses cover critical management topics, including: • Innovation and entrepreneurship • Marketing and media sales • Integrated media strategies • Data analytics • Business development

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• Project leadership


Academics

Connections That Matter Our university community invests in your success from the point of enrollment onward. Here an extensive worldwide network of faculty, staff, students, and alumni broaden your exposure to and engagement with emergent media practices. The New School’s Career Services team supports graduates with one-on-one advising, workshops, seminars, and networking events with alumni and prospective employers to outline the path toward your academic and professional goals. Graduates of the School of Media Studies find fulfilling careers as: • Digital media creators and producers • Film producers, cinematographers, editors, screenwriters, and documentary filmmakers • Managers of media companies • Media entrepreneurs • Scholars and teachers • Social media campaign designers and social justice activists • Sound and music designers

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Internships Internships and networking opportunities are available in media production and management, corporate communications, publishing, documentary and audience research, market analysis, and media analytics. All degree programs offer credit for internships. Opportunities to Showcase Your Work to public audiences Fine Cuts is the annual juried student film show. Mixed Messages is the annual juried student interactive media and installation show. Truth Be Told is the annual documentary film show. Voice Over is the annual showcase of student screenplays. Our students’ film and video productions have been screened in leading festivals such as the Berlin Film Festival, Sundance, Hot Docs, Human Rights Watch International Festival, LA Short Fest, DOC NYC, and Tribeca Film Festival. Their work has been honored with a number of awards including Academy Awards and Student Academy Awards.

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Media management Graduate certificate


Programs

Media Studies MA This dynamic graduate program applies social theory and research, art and technology, and business education to the investigation of social communication and emergent media forms. Informed by the progressive ideals of The New School, it is designed to open up a wide range of careers—creative, academic, and professional.

Curriculum

Examples of Production Electives

The curriculum builds a foundation in

Sound Design

both media history and theory and media

Storytelling Across Media

production and practice. From there,

Robot Media Studio

Digital Filmmaking: Production Studio

Media Practices: Interactive

Principles of Motion Design

students can choose to be either generalists or specialists, focusing on one of several areas defined by the School of Media Studies School of Media Studies

or designing their own. Students become familiar with a variety of media cultures and platforms and learn to choose the right tools for the task. The MA provides solid preparation for careers in film, television,

Examples of Management Electives

Digital Media: Strategy and Implementation

Media Management and Leadership

Media Economics

Competitive Strategies: Branding

and radio; social and interactive media development; commercial advertising and

Digital Cinema Production

PR; nonprofit and community organizing;

This area of study provides students with a practical

and education.

hands-on understanding of how to create a short digital film from conception to completion (planning,

Degree Requirements

production, editing) using available digital tools. It

The Master of Arts is awarded for completion of 39

includes instruction in the theory and application of

credits as described below. All students must take

digital formats, compression and workflow, lenses,

three foundation courses and a minimum of two pro-

basic lighting and audio recording, and the social

duction courses. Students can elect to pursue a thesis

and cultural dimensions of digital film. A working

track, taking eight elective courses and producing a

professional faculty guide students to hone their

master’s thesis, which can be a research paper or an

conceptual skills, develop their voice, and learn new

independent media project on any platform. They can

modes of filmic expression.

take nine elective courses for the non-thesis track. The curriculum is designed to be completed in two years

Online Option

of full-time study, but part-time study is an option.

Many courses in the School of Media Studies are offered online. Students can complete all MA degree

Required Courses (9 credits)

requirements online or take any combination of online

Media Theory

and on-campus courses. This program was named

Media Design

A media methods course

best online degree for flexibility by onlinecollege.org.

Graduate Certificate Options Examples of Theory and Research Electives

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Data, Archives, Infrastructure

Screenwriting Analysis

Seeing Race in Transnational Perspective

Digital Media Theory

Projects: Oral History

Race, Ethnicity, and Class in Media

The New School offers graduate-level certificate programs in documentary media studies and media management. Courses taken for either certificate may count toward MA degree requirements if the student applies for and is admitted to the degree program.


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Media management MS This innovative graduate program is designed for individuals pursuing management careers in the media sector as well as media professionals seeking career advancement. The MS curriculum brings together media business practices and critical analysis of communication industries and their products.

electives

The course of study is flexible,

Areas of Specialization

interdisciplinary, and future oriented.

Media management courses provide students with

It introduces principles and practices of

the skills and strategies needed for the rapidly

responsible and effective management applicable to television, radio, cinema, publishing, advertising, journalism, and social and interactive media. Adaptation to the rapid evolution of media platforms is emphasized.

evolving media industry, focusing on six core areas of specialization: Innovation and entrepreneurship Marketing and media sales Integrated media strategies Data analytics Business development Project leadership

Degree Requirements The Master of Science is awarded for successful completion of 36 credits as described below. All students must take four foundational management courses and complete a capstone project, a business plan, a management solutions research project, or another approved project. The program is designed to be completed in two years of full-time study, but parttime study is an option.

Required Courses (12 credits) Media Management and Leadership Media Economics Media Ethics Media Design

Elective Courses (21 credits) Three additional management courses One production course (any medium or multimedia) Three media theory and research courses

Examples of Production Electives

The New School

Curriculum

Media Analytics Media Practices: Digital Cinema Projects: Interactive Design Producing Webisodes The Producer’s Craft

Examples of Popular Theory and Research Electives Audience Research Digital Media Theory Urban Intelligence Designing Methods for Media

Study Online or On Campus You can study on campus in New York City or take any combination of online and on-campus courses. Many students complete the MS in Media Management program entirely online. Note: The New School also offers a one-year graduate-level certificate program in media management. Some courses taken for the certificate may count toward the requirements for the MS if a student subsequently applies and is admitted to the degree program.

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Capstone Project (3 credits)


Programs

MA and MS course offerings The curriculum at the School of Media Studies positions graduates at the intersection of critical theory and emergent media practices. Through the lens of cutting-edge technologies, students learn traditional and avant-garde media methodologies from worldrenowned faculty. A sampling of courses includes:

Media Theory

Media Economics

Media Design

Media Management and

Media Research Methods Documentary Research Methods Big Data and the Media Cinematic Aesthetics Computational Aesthetics School of Media Studies

Digital Filmmaking: Production Political Media and Communication Projects: Multisensorial Space Research for Media Activism Seeing Race in Transnational Perspective

Leadership Competitive Strategies Adapting to New Technologies Market Research for Media Managers Research for Media Activism Media and Corporate Responsibility Media Ethics Managing Creativity in Media Arts Social Media: Metrics and Consumers

Sound Culture

Business of Facebook

Strategic Content Marketing

Data, Archives, Infrastructure

Gender, Culture, and Media

Music Business in Media

Post-Photography

Film Distribution and New

Media Practices: Design Media Practices: Web Design Media Practices: Digital Cinema Media Practices: Audio Digital Filmmaking World Documentary Today Writing and Directing: Script to Screen Sound Studies Participatory Research Animals as Media The Producer’s Craft Creative Screenwriting Projects in Digital Editing Transforming Data Directing Documentary The Cinematic Place Projects: Interactive Design Projects in Multisensorial Spaces

Media Digital Media: Strategies and Implications Media Dealmaking Political Media and Communication Audio Post-production Urban Intelligence Thesis Tutorial Lab Curating Digital Art Mobile Media Sound Cultures Documentary: Art, History, Future Maps as Media Global Television Producing Webisodes Programmatic Media and Marketing

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graduate certificate

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Documentary media studies The Graduate Certificate in Documentary Media Studies is an intensive professional education program for prospective documentarians. In the course of a year, each student develops, shoots, directs, and edits an original short documentary movie on a New York City–related subject, which is screened at the annual Truth Be Told Documentary Festival. Production work is informed by courses on the history and theory of documentary filmmaking. Curriculum

public screening

The certificate is awarded for completion of six courses (18 credits) and a short digital

opportunities Ruff Cuts is a quarterly screening of student

video documentary. The curriculum consists

works-in-progress.

elective (3 credits) chosen from the School of Media Studies’ graduate curriculum. Certificate Requirements Required Courses

Fine Cuts is a semi-annual screening of “finished” films, the best of which are selected for the New School Invitational Film Show, held every spring. Truth Be Told is a public screening of all documentaries made by students in the Documentary Media Studies graduate

Foundations of Documentary Practice

Documentary: Art, History, Future

Introduction to Documentary Cinematography

Limited and Selective

Documentary Project

Editing: Art and Practice

Enrollment

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of five required courses (15 credits) and one

certificate program.

This is a one-year, full-time program; part-time study is not an option. Students are admitted in the fall

Examples of Elective Courses

semester only.

World Documentary Today

The Producer’s Craft

in New York City; the elective course may be taken

Motion Design

online if it is offered online.

Non-Linear Narratives

Documentary Research Methods

History, Memory, Media

Required courses are offered only on campus

Note: Credits earned in the documentary certificate program can be applied to the MA in Media Studies if a student subsequently applies and is admitted to the degree program.

Other Program Activities Doc Talks: Doc Talks is a biweekly curated screening series featuring guest artists in the field of documentary cinema. Master Classes: Every spring, as part of the Dorothy H. Hirshon Film Festival, a distinguished film director leads master classes to which certificate students

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are invited.


Programs

Media management graduate certificate

This certificate is a condensed business education program for people working or planning to work on the management side of the communication industries, in areas including production management, technology development, marketing, consulting, and entrepreneurship.

Curriculum

Online or On Campus,

The certificate is awarded for the completion

Full-Time or Part-Time

of four approved courses (12 credits)

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in the School of Media Studies’ Media

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campus in New York City, or take any combination of online and on-campus courses. The program can be completed within one year of full-time study (two academic terms), but it can also be taken on a part-time basis.

Electives

Note: Credits earned in the media management certificate program

Media Management and Leadership

can be applied to the MS in Media Management or the MA in Media

Industry Perspectives

Studies if a student subsequently applies and is admitted to either

Media Economics

Competitive Strategies

Media, Corporate Responsibility,

and the Law

Media Ethics

Business Strategies in Social Media

The program offers specialized courses on film, television, music, and social media business.

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