Huntington University is a Christian liberal arts college in Indiana

digital media arts department


The Digital Media Arts major has attracted a talented (and quickly growing) group of students who want to use the medium of digital film, broadcasting & animation to tell stories that convey deeply felt human experiences from a redemptive perspective.

Those who major in DMA at Huntington University study with some of the best Christian digital media artists, filmmakers and scholars in the field.

Four Degree Tracks

Students choose from four focused tracks: animation, broadcasting, film production and film studies. To aid them in these tracks, Huntington University has state-of-the-art animation and film editing labs, a sound design foley pit, 1,200 square-foot film studio with a giant green screen, and the newest in film production equipment, including the RED Scarlet-X camera. Click here to see the many festivals our students have entered.

In addition, the Visual Arts Department offers degrees in graphic design, fine art, studio art, and art education.

Hands-On Experience

Forester Films, the in-house production studio of HU, is an opportunity for students to work in a studio environment under the guidance of professional faculty and mentors. A wide range of internships also are available at studios and agencies, locally and across the nation. Students may also choose to apply for a semester at the CCCU’s Los Angeles Film Studies Center.

alumni impact

Advantages of Christian college education described by Huntington University alum.

Tyler Holbein

Film Studies '14

Holbein initiates his own photography business.

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