Limitless creativity. Christ-Centered impact.

Film: Concentration

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A Christ-centered, creatively influential approach to film.

$100+ Billion
Average Industry Revenue
The global entertainment industry generates over $100B in annual revenue—and that number is increasing each year.
Projected Growth
In film/video editing career opportunities from 2020-2030. (Bureau of Labor Statistics)
Median Annual Wage
For film producers/directors in 2020. (Bureau of Labor Statistics)

The world of entertainment—reimagined—through a Christ-centered perspective.

Few industries are as globally relevant as entertainment. Through television and film, there’s no limit to the beauty and wonder you can create or critique. From development, production, and distribution, to screenwriting, editing, and media analysis, prepare for a career unlike any other.

Work as a film editor, talent agent, cinematographer, digital effects specialist, television program director, executive producer, and more. Expand the limits of creativity through major productions or independent films. Explore every opportunity, engage every facet, and elevate your passion through a Bachelor of Arts degree in digital media with a concentration in film.

What Can I Do with a Bachelor’s Degree in Digital Media with a Film Concentration?

Film is a powerful medium that combines storytelling, visual artistry, and technical expertise to captivate audiences and convey compelling narratives. By immersing yourself in the world of film, you’ll have the ability to evoke emotions, provoke thought, and spark conversations.

Through the art of cinematography, editing, and directing, as a filmmaker, you’ll bring stories to life, transport viewers to different worlds, and explore the depths of human experience. Embrace the magic of film as you unleash your creativity, share unique perspectives, and leave an indelible mark on the cinematic landscape, inspiring and entertaining audiences around the globe.

Audio Engineer


Film Critic

Film Director

Film Editor


Experience Learning In Studio and Across Campus

The Vision (Online & Magazine)

One incredible experience. Two award-winning publications. Countless ways to improve your talents. Writing. Photojournalism. Videography. Editing. Production. And more. Practice all of it while working for NGU’s magazine (The Vision) and news site (The Vision Online).

Vision-48 News

Television writing and producing. Studio operations and field production. Experience every aspect as a VisionTV staff member. Recognized by the SC Press Association as a leader in online student media, NGU’s VisionTV and VisionMedia are led by students like you.

NGU Film Club

Join the student-led NGU Film Club and inspire Christian storytelling through video production. Collaborate with your peers to produce films. Write, direct, produce, and promote various projects. Then, showcase your work at NGU’s annual Red Carpet Film Festival. Even have your production judged by film professionals. It’s Christian media at its finest – all at NGU.

Communicate Beside Experienced & Faithful Story Tellers

Web Drake, PhD
Dean, College of Communication and Fine Arts
Randall E. King, PhD
Associate Dean, School of Communication
Heather Kunselman
Academic Secretary
Kelechi Benet, MFA
Assistant Professor, Communication
Lara Jackson, MS
Instructor, Communication
Karyn Campbell, PhD
Assistant Professor, Communication
Shurajit Gopal, PhD
Assistant Professor, Communication
Andrew W. Stevens, DMin
Associate Professor, Communication
Ansley Welchel, APR
Instructor, Communication
John W. Williford, Jr., PhD
Assistant Professor, Communication

Have Questions about the Digital Media Program or the Film Concentration?

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Randall E. King, PhD

Associate Dean, School of Communication
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