- Creative Writing
- Digital Film
- Digital Media
- Education: 3-Year
- Equestrian Studies
- Event & Convention Management
- Fashion Communication
- Fashion Design and Product Development
- Fashion Marketing and Management
- Graphic Design
- Human Development - Education
- Human Development - Psychology
- Integrated Marketing
- Public Relations
- Special Event Planning
- Theatre Arts
- Theatre Management
- Theatrical Costume Design
Citizen Jane Festival
Every fall, film students take part in Stephens’ Citizen Jane Film Festival, an annual celebration of women in film. Since its premiere in October 2008, the 3-day festival has brought together filmmakers and film enthusiasts from all over the world. The purpose of the festival is to showcase work by women artists in a variety of genres – from documentary shorts to handmade film to feature narratives to performance art and installation – and to explore issues associated with the underrepresentation of women in many areas of media production.
The festival helps artists working in different genres and modes to have conversations and share resources, and it allows students to interact with professionals working in the film industry. Students also help plan and promote festival activities, attend screenings and participate in hands-on workshops, panel discussions and social events with filmmakers.
In addition to the many opportunities to learn from visiting filmmakers during Citizen Jane, every spring students have a chance to also participate in Columbia's True/False Film Festival, a growing event that has quickly turned Columbia, Mo., into a national destination for documentary film.