USC School of Cinematic Arts

The University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts (SCA)’s seven divisions—Film & Television Production; Cinema & Media Studies; John C. Hench Division of Animation + Digital Arts; John Wells Division of Writing for Screen & Television; Interactive Media & Games; Media Arts + Practice; Peter Stark Producing Program—offer programs in the cinematic arts.

USC School of Cinematic Arts
MottoLimes regiones rerum[1]
Motto in English
Reality ends here[2]
TypePrivate film school
Established1929; 93 years ago (1929)
Parent institution
University of Southern California
DeanElizabeth M. Daley, Ph.D.
(1991–present)
Academic staff
96 full time
219 part time[3]
Administrative staff
144 full time
499 student workers[3]
Undergraduates876[3]
Postgraduates715[3]
Location, ,
Websitecinema.usc.edu

The USC School of Cinematic Arts is led by Dean Elizabeth Monk Daley, who holds the Steven J. Ross/Time Warner Chair and is the longest-serving Dean at the University of Southern California, having led the Cinema School since 1991.


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