The School of Media, Culture & Design (MCD) is a thriving, dynamic school offering many challenging degree paths designed to cultivate the next generation of creative professionals. The programs in MCD include:
Woodbury's Media, Culture, and Design School has so many programs that really connect in ways you wouldn't expect creatively. We also work together on things. So we get to collaborate and our worlds kind of connect, which is cool. And in Media, Culture, and Design School, we're all learning how to communicate our message to the world.
Woodbury's prepared me for the industry in so many different ways. They first require an internship, and it opens so many doors. And you meet so many different people. I really have improved my art skills so much and it's really thanks to this school.
I'm actually interning on the Paramount lot with a production company and I'm learning things that I wouldn't be able to get if I was just studying film at any other university. I'm actually in a production office working with real world professionals, reading real scripts, getting an experience.
The faculty that we have at Woodbury, I think, are really unique in the fact that many of them actually work in the field that they teach. For example, I learned TV writing from a woman who works in television writing. And I love her and we've created a really strong relationship. And I don't think that's something you could get in many other schools.
The benefit of Woodbury being in Southern California is that everything is here, no matter if you're animation, film, architecture. The city has everything. Los Angeles is known for its film industry, but there's so much more than that. And the fact that we're in the heart of it and we all get to experience it within the whole school is really unique.
We are next to studios. We're next to beautiful museums. We are in the pinnacle area. If you're interested in art, media, culture, or design, you should be here.