The graduate certificate in Cinematic Arts Archiving and Preservation is open to all USC graduate students interested in the history and preservation of film, television and digital media. The certificate is designed specifically for students and practitioners who want to use their education and skills for advancing the knowledge of media through the preservation and dissemination of the historical artifacts that form the underpinnings of scholarship in the performing arts. Through this certificate, students will gain the knowledge, tools and skills necessary to preserve the materials that make up the history of entertainment and to lead scholars through the research process to the completion of books or media in their fields of study.
The Cinema and Media Studies Archiving and Preservation Graduate Certificate consists of 12 units, two 4-unit classes and two 2-unit internships. For more information please contact the Division of Cinema and Media Studies SCA 320, 213-740-3334.
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