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Writing for Film, TV, and Digital Media: MFA Thesis Projects

A subject guide for the School of Writing for Film, TV, and Digital Media

Viewing MFA Theses

The Academy of Art Library offers current students the opportunity to view previous students' MFA theses for research and review. The library has a small collection of physical copies of theses from 2011 and Spring 2012 that are housed in the Library. Theses completed after Spring 2012 through the present are only available online. To browse previous students' theses, click the MFA Projects link and select the link for your major.  Physical and online theses are listed separately. Physical MFA theses can be viewed in the Special Collections Room at the Library. Contact if you have any questions.

Writing for Film, TV, and Digital Media MFA Theses Information


Midpoint Review

The Midpoint Review is your opportunity to present the concept for your Thesis Project to your instructors and professionals from the field. Your concept should be thoroughly researched and present evidence of your ability to achieve your stated goals.

Final Review

Through graduate study you are preparing to become a leader in your chosen area of specialization. The Final Thesis Project will demonstrate the knowledge and skills gained during your studies. Your completed Thesis Project should be a cohesive body of work representing your achievements at the Academy of Art University.


Writing for Film, TV, and Digital Media MFA