AIU's Atlanta in Fashion Retailing Specialization is no longer enrolling new students; however, the program still has had actively attending students within it.
Next Start Date
November 9th, 2015
This BFA degree program in Visual Communications includes the following courses that are taught by instructors, many of whom have relevant career experience in the film and video production industry. The experiences and firsthand perspectives they may share in class can help prepare you for real-life challenges after you graduate.
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and a full list of courses for this degree.
Upon completing the Generalist specialization program, students will be prepared to embark as creative professionals in a variety of film and video markets.
In addition to covering the broad knowledge elements of the field, from the principle stages of production and editing to the theories and principles at work during each, students will also participate in independent projects from concept through the creation of a professional-quality package. Working in groups and alone, students will be tasked with putting their knowledge and skills to work in a variety of industry roles.
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Below you can find placement rates and other information tailored to your chosen campus and program. Certain disclosures are published on this website to assist students in understanding the facts about their programs.
The percentage of first-time, full-time undergraduate students who started between
7/1/2008 and 10/15/2008 who completed within 150% of the normal time period: 21%
A first-time student has no prior postsecondary experience before enrolling at this campus. This means that a student who attended another college, university or other postsecondary school before enrolling at this school is not included in the calculation. The rate also does not include students initially enrolled part-time, taking individual classes (as compared to enrolling in a full program), or only auditing classes. These rates are calculated using the Student Right-to-Know formula in order to comply with U.S. Department of Education requirements. The statistics track all first-time, full-time and certificate or degree-seeking undergraduate students who began school during the date range and have completed within 150% of the normal program length. For example, for a two-year program, the graduation rate would include students who had completed within three years of beginning the program. This statistic is not specific to one program alone; rather, all applicable undergraduate programs are included in this overall rate. Information pertaining to the Graduation Rates of all postsecondary institutions recognized by the U.S. Department of Education may be found on the College Navigator website. http://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/