Electronic Media and Film

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Degrees offered

  • Bachelor of Science in Electronic Media and Film  
  • minor in electronic media and film
  • minor in independent film making

The program in Electronic Media & Film at Northern Arizona University’s School of Communication will show you how to effectively use audio and video equipment and provide you with a solid foundation for fiction and nonfiction storytelling. The EMF program prepares students to enter the film, entertainment, and electronic media industries and educates students to become critical consumers and thoughtful creators of film and other forms of electronic media.  

Career opportunities

The electronic media program at NAU prepares graduates to work in the entertainment industry or general fields of entertainment and electronic media including film, television, radio, and corporate video. Electronic Media and Film students are prepared for careers which include: producer, director, announcer, anchor, reporter, floor director, camera operator, disk jockey, audio technician, technical director, television or radio host, interviewer, salesperson, linear or non-linear video editor, production technician, writer, master control operator, news director and for positions in media management. 

Additional information

For major specific information including student organizations, scholarships and study abroad:

NAU Box 5619
Flagstaff, AZ  86011-5619
Phone: 928-523-8257
Email: Paul.Helford@nau.edu