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The New York Film Academy is licensed by the New York State Education Department's BPSS as a non-degree granting proprietary school. The New York Film Academy is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD). NASAD is the only accrediting body for visual art programs recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

Two year fine arts degree programs

New York Film Academy degree programs are offered at our Los Angeles Campus at Universal Studios. Qualified students have the option of completing course work at the New York Film Academy in New York City in a one-year non-degree program and requesting that their course work be accepted for advanced standing and start in the second year of the degree program at the Los Angeles campus. In order to do so, students must apply and be accepted to the degree program in Los Angeles. Please click here for conditions for the acceptance of credit and number of credits awarded.


The New York Film Academy is proud to offer undergraduate fine arts degrees in Filmmaking and Acting For Film. These intensive two-year programs offer students the opportunity to train exclusively in the field of their choice as they earn a degree. The program is designed for degree seeking students who want to devote themselves to learning and practicing their profession in a hands-on conservatory style program. Students are not distracted by general studies prerequisites or traditional distribution requirements before they get the opportunity to practice their craft. Both Filmmaking and Acting students will begin making films or performing in them during their first week of studies and continue to develop their skills and master their craft throughout the degree program.

To be eligible for the AFA degree (Associate of Fine Arts), students must be high school graduates by the time the program begins. Therefore high school seniors are encouraged to apply to the program, but must successfully graduate before they start in the first year of the AFA. All students must be prepared to commit themselves to a full-time intensive and demanding curriculum. Filmmaking and Acting are challenging fields and require extensive collaboration and social skills. Applicants must be comfortable working with others and meeting deadlines in a mutually respectful and cooperative environment.

Students have the option of completing the first year course work for the program in our New York, Universal Studios-Los Angeles, or Abu Dhabi, UAE campuses. Students complete the second year and the receive degree at our Universal Studios-Los Angeles campus only.

Please contact David Klein, Senior Director at for more information.

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