A perfect match is made for aspiring filmmakers! Keiser University and G-Star Studios have joined to create the College of Cinematic Arts Keiser University. With classes to be held at G-Star Studios and Keiser’s flagship campus, Palm Beach County continues to be propelled into the upper echelon of filmmaking education. “This degree brings a new dimension to the Keiser University, as it is the first ‘arts oriented’ program to be offered by the institution,” commented Dr. Arthur Keiser, Co-Founder/Chancellor of Keiser University.
The curriculum’s approach enables students to demonstrate their artistic expertise and application of business knowledge to enhance their career opportunities. Future filmmakers will be prepared to apply cinematic arts skills and concepts, effectively communicate information using appropriate technologies, understand fundamentals of screenwriting, storytelling, structure, tension, suspense and more. “The faculty of G-Star will be able to share their professional expertise with a collegiate film-student population from across the nation,” said Greg Hauptner, CEO of G-Star School of the Arts and G-Star Motion Picture Studios.
Dr. Arthur Keiser and Greg Hauptner
With the outstanding record of G-Star in providing quality film program graduates and educating future film industry personnel, the Cinematic Arts Degree makes for an excellent match with the career, technical, business and professional applications of the Keiser University programs of study. The college offers both Associate of Arts and Bachelor of Arts degrees in an integrated format that allows AA graduates to continue to earn their BA while employed at one of several industry-related positions. Plans call for the new degree to be available in the 2018-2019 academic year at the Flagship Campus of Keiser University in West Palm Beach and the G-Star School of the Arts in Palm Springs. Learn more at keiseruniversity.edu/cinematic-arts-ba.