SCHOOL OF CINEMA-TELEVISION
Cinema-Television Admissions Committee has approved your application
to the Graduate Production Program for the Spring semester of 2000.
accept admission for the Spring 2000 semester, you must confirm your
intent to enroll by returning the enclosed Statement of Agreement with a
$300.00 deposit. The deposit will be applied to your tuition for the Spring
2000 semester only, and is non-refundable.
your check payable to the University of Southern California and mail
both items to:
Deri Leong, Director
USC School of Cinema-Television
Office of Student Affairs, GT 106
University Park Campus
Los Angeles, CA 90089-2211
CNTV deposit and Statement of Agreement must be received no later
than Friday, October 15, 1999. If your deposit and agreement are not received
by the deadline, we will assume you have declined admission, and the USC Office
of Admissions will be instructed to cancel your acceptance.
for the Master of Fine Arts Degree in Film and Television
Production were revised effective Fall 1997 to include television and new
media courses. A requirement sheet is enclosed.
are required to complete the following sequence of courses in your first
CTPR 507x - Production 1 [6 units]
CTCS 501 - History of the International Cinema: Silent Film [2 units]
CTWR 528 - Screenwriting Fundamentals [2 units]
CTPR 508x - Production II [6 units]
CTCS 504 - Television, New Media and Culture [2 units]
CTWR 529 - Intermediate Screenwriting [2 units]
of Southern California
Los Angeles, California 90089-2211
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