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More about the Department, College, and University
The Department of Theatre and Film Studies is a unit of the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences. It offers B.A. degrees in Film Studies and in Theatre, plus a Film Studies Minor, and additional MFA degrees in Acting, Design & Technology, and Dramatic Media (including Computer Animation and Motion Capture), as well as a Ph.D. in Theatre and Performance Studies. The department encompasses the applied and scholarly study of a wide range of media, including stage, film, and 3D computer animation. Find out more at www.drama.uga.edu.
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