The Film - Cinema Studies Track, B.A. is an open major and does not require a separate application form. Interested students can apply to UCF through Undergraduate Admissions and select Film as your prospective major.
Upon acceptance to UCF, declare Motion Picture, B.A. (aka Film, B.A.) for your degree and Cinema Studies as your track. Film is under the College of Arts and Humanities. Eventually, you will have to declare a minor as well.
The Film, B.F.A. only accepts incoming students for the fall semester. Incoming students can not begin taking Film, B.F.A. classes in the spring or summer semesters. In order to be accepted into the Film, B.F.A. program in time for an upcoming fall semester, you MUST be enrolled at UCF before that fall semester starts. That means you are either currently enrolled at UCF or have been admitted as an undergraduate by applying to UCF through Undergraduate Admissions and have selected Film as your prospective major.
Assemble a creative portfolio that meets all the specifications listed in the Portfolio Requirements. Portfolios that don't meet the requirements will not be considered. All sections of the portfolio should be submitted online.
The Film Department Application must be completed online and include your portfolio. Receiving an Application ID is confirmation that your application is saved. Deadline: December 15th
When the selection committee completes its review, notification will be posted as to whether they've been accepted, rejected or placed on an alternate list. You will receive an email notifying that you have been accepted. Follow the directions in the email to confirm your intent to attend the program. Should accepted students choose not to attend the program, their spots are taken by alternates.
Once accepted into the Film, B.F.A. you will be asked to fill out a Limited Access Change of Major Form when you attend the university's orientation.