The heart of a television, radio and film master's experience is a sequence of eight elective courses from a broad range of topics.
You will begin the program in early July. Most students finish with a major-market internship during the first six weeks of the following summer. You must take 36 credits and pass a comprehensive examination to complete the degree. You'll also have opportunities to participate in weeklong industry seminars in New York City or Los Angeles.
See the 2016-2017 TRF master's program course list for more information.
For complete program requirements and a list of available graduate television, radio and film courses, see the Syracuse University Course Catalog.
Featured Course: TRF 683
This course provides an overview of the trends in business, technology, and regulation that are likely to have an impact on the communications sector. Additional work required of graduate students.
Featured Course: TRF 656
This course introduces students to theory and production of sound for television and film. Includes information processing, aesthetics, perception of sound, sound/picture relationship, analog and digital sound studios, production recording, signal processing, nonlinear editing and mixing. Additional work required of graduate students.