With a 40-year history of excellence in television and film, St.
John’s University offers students a thorough understanding of the
industry, hands-on experience with state-of-the art equipment and
dynamic internships in New York City — the information and media
capital of the world.
Entertainment is the second largest revenue-producing industry
in New York City and State. In the city, media and entertainment
gained 10,500 jobs last year — a 6.6 percent boost. Movie
production was up 10 percent, and broadcasting added 1,700 jobs.
Experts predict that employment will continue to grow over the next
You can discover a world of opportunity by earning
your Bachelor of Science Degree in Television and Film at St.
John's. Offered by the College of Professional
Studies, the 126-credit program in Television and Film provides
in-depth knowledge of and experience in fields such as
advertising, media graphics, film, journalism, public relations,
publishing, television and video production. Students also take
courses in hands-on production, media writing, industry
organization and procedures, media history and aesthetics.
The major allows you can choose between two exciting
Whichever you choose, you will receive all the preparation
and training needed for a successful career in this highly
competitive field. You also will enjoy the benefits of our
acclaimed faculty of scholar-practitioners, who have substantial
experience in the field and important relationships throughout the
To learn more about the Television and Film Programs at St.
John's, explore our program requirements, objectives and resources.
Associate Professor and Director (Queens Campus)
Professor and Director (Staten Island Campus)