Master of Social Sciences in Television and Film Studies (MSS) is a two-semester, 32-credit program. Students will complete 8 courses including a thesis or a production. The aim of this program is to provide students a broad-based education in television, film and media studies. It studies television and film as art forms, industries and means of mass communication. To fulfill this objective, it includes advanced theoretical and practical courses on television journalism, television theory and criticism, documentary and filmmaking and film theory and criticism.