Howard University - Film Ranking 2017

Howard UniversityRanked
153
in the USA
Howard University is a medium-sized not-for-profit HBCU college offering numerous disciplines along with the film program and located in Washington, District of Columbia. This college was opened in 1867 and is presently offering bachelor's and master's degrees in Film and Cinema Studies.

Howard University is quite expensive; depending on the program, tuition cost varies around $28,000 a year. According to recent studies, Howard University area is dangerous: the school is reported to have a very bad rating for campus security.

Howard University film program ranks #153 (out of 502; top 35%) in USA and in Top 5 in District of Columbia. Major competitors for this school are Temple University in Philadelphia and American University in Washington. See the details about all twelve competitors as well as list of offered film majors and minors below.


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Overall school rankings 2017:

Ranked #4 Film School in District of Columbia
Ranked #29 Film School in The South
Ranked #153 Film School in USA

Programs rankings 2017:

State of District of Columbia Ranking

The Second Best Film & Cinema Studies School
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The South Regional Ranking

Ranked #17 Film & Cinema Studies School
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USA National Ranking

Ranked #96 Film & Cinema Studies School
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You could be interested in alternative options to enroll Howard University:
Journalism Programs - ranked top 5% in USA
Performing Arts Programs - ranked top 20% in USA
Theatre Programs - ranked top 15% in USA
Also, see how Howard University is ranking among HBCU schools and graduate schools in District of Columbia.

Contact information:

Howard University
2400 Sixth St NW
Washington, DC 20059-0001
Phone: (202) 806-6100
Website: www.howard.edu

Location map:

Howard University Location Map

Film majors offered:

Bachelor's degree

Film and Cinema Studies

Master's degree

Film and Cinema Studies

Local competitors:

Temple University - Film School Ranking
Temple University

Philadelphia, PA, 5 film programs

American University - Film School Ranking
American University

Washington, DC, 6 film programs

University of Pittsburgh - Film School Ranking
University of Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh, PA, 4 film programs

George Washington University - Film School Ranking
George Washington University

Washington, DC, 3 film programs

University of Pennsylvania - Film School Ranking
University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA, 2 film programs

University of Maryland College Park - Film School Ranking
University of Maryland College Park

College Park, MD, 2 film programs

Maryland Institute College of Art - Film School Ranking
Maryland Institute College of Art

Baltimore, MD, 3 film programs

Pennsylvania State University - Film School Ranking
Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA, 2 film programs

Drexel University - Film School Ranking
Drexel University

Philadelphia, PA, 2 film programs

George Mason University - Film School Ranking
George Mason University

Fairfax, VA, 2 film programs

College of Staten Island CUNY - Film School Ranking
College of Staten Island CUNY

Staten Island, NY, 2 film programs

Virginia Commonwealth University - Film School Ranking
Virginia Commonwealth University

Richmond, VA, 2 film programs

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