Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts partnered with Ngee Ann Polytechnic in Singapore to offer a two-year degree program in creative producing at the Ngee Ann campus in Singapore.
The program was designed specifically for Ngee Ann Polytechnic graduates who had completed their Diploma in Film & Media Studies or in Mass Communications. Participating students were offered the chance to expand upon their foundation and focus specifically on the art of producing while learning from established Dodge College faculty who have a background in both American and international cinema productions.
In this program students:
- Participated in a summer immersion program in Los Angeles, California, where they lived in local apartments and gained valuable Hollywood experience through an attachment with studios or production companies.
- Collaborated on projects with Dodge College students, producing cross-cultural documentaries taking place either in Singapore or on the main campus in Orange County, California.
- Earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Chapman University at the completion of the program.