Our Film program specializes in film and media studies, film history and criticism, and the new global media culture.
Individuals may obtain an A.A. in Film, which trains them in the history, theory and craft of diverse styles of film art. Many graduates continue their education at a four-year university, majoring in subjects such as film, television, digital media or theater.
Our graduates are also well-equipped to pursue internships, training or coursework in film and media production. Career opportunities for those with an A.A., B.A. or advanced degree in Film include journalistic film reviewing, film education, film curating, and production in the film and television industries.
University Transfer Program
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Individuals interested in careers in film may obtain an A.A. in Film, which trains them in history, analysis, and production. Many graduates continue their education at a university, majoring in Film. Career opportunities for those with an A.A., B.A. or advanced degree include film criticism, film education and production in the film and television industries.
About the School
San Mateo Colleges of Silicon Valley include three outstanding fully accredited two-year community colleges: Cañada College, College of San Mateo and Skyline College. They are located in the heart of ... Read More