The MBA/MFA dual degree program from New York University is a partnership between NYU Stern and the Kanbar Institute of Film & Television at the Tisch School of the Arts. Designed to be the most comprehensive of its kind, harnessing the top faculty and resources of each school, the dual degree program produces highly employable individuals sought by major film studios, independent production companies and major television studios and networks.
The MBA/MFA program is designed to be completed over the course of three years, instead of the approximately four years that it would take to complete the MBA and MFA degrees independently. The first year of the program is spent at NYU Stern, the second year is spent at Kanbar, and the third year is split between the two programs.
The MBA/MFA program takes three years to complete, including two summers. Students spend the first year at Stern, the second year at Kanbar and the third year is split between the two schools. Both summers are spent completing degree requirements at Kanbar.
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- Introduction to Production Management
- Core and MBA Electives
- Thesis Work
- MFA Electives
- MBA Electives
- 36 months
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International74184 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 74184 USD per year and a duration of 36 months.
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