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Founded in the Wesleyan tradition in 1890, Asbury University equips tomorrow’s leaders with academic excellence and spiritual vitality, who can engage cultures and advance the cause of Christ around the world. With more than 22,000 alumni leading and serving in all 50 states and over 80 nations, Asbury University stands as a distinct model of Christian liberal arts education that appreciates truth in all areas of life. Asbury has been ranked by U.S. News and World Report one of the top 15 universities in the South Region of the U.S. every year since 2011.
The School of Communication Arts at Asbury aims to prepare students to communicate truthfully and effectively in this age of diversity, guided by a deeper understanding of how their faith in Jesus Christ, the Word made flesh, can shape their communication abilities. Over the years, the School has produced alumni involved in over 200 theatrically released films and who have won numerous Emmy Awards. Hundreds of Asbury media students have been hired to work as broadcast staff at Olympics since 1984, while the School has undertaken film projects with Disney, Walden Media, American Family Studios and many others.
“God is the ultimate storyteller. He’s the one who invented storytelling, and He’s the ultimate author. If we are to know him and to fulfill who we’re meant to be, we have to create good stories — and we have to live good stories as well.”
* While there is no particular requirement on the type of bachelor degree possessed by the applicant, some background or experience in media production is expected. Intensive workshops, typically offered in summer, will be made available to provide training in relevant skill areas.
Award: Master of Arts from Asbury University
Normal duration of study is 2 years, part-time (maximum: 5 years)
The program consists only of continuous assessments and has no final examination. Each course uses multiple assignments to assess students’ learning, which may take the form of critiques, analyses, portfolios, projects, essays and production pieces, etc. A student must pass all courses and obtain a minimum of 3.0 GPA in order to earn the Master’s degree award.
The tuition rate for the M.A. in Communication: Digital Storytelling program for 2018-19 is US$618 per credit hour, and US$18,540 for completing the whole program. Tuition will be paid in instalments before the start of each semester. Students will be required to cover the additional cost if any course needs to be reetaken for completing the program.
Phone: (852) 3622-1724
Information is subject to revision by Lumina College and Asbury University without prior notice.
It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognize any qualification to which this program may lead.