Curriculum

The Screenwriting / Dramaturgy B.A. program of Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF provides students with training relevant to the professional practice of screenwriting and dramaturgy. While theoretical knowledge about media history, media esthetics, and types of media forms the basis, the main focus of the program is on creative and practical work in the fields of story development, the creation of synopses and treatments, and screenwriting.

At the film university, students get the opportunity to develop stories in small-sized classes that allow for personalized instruction and to gain practical experience in the collaboration with other disciplines. Students are involved in numerous university film projects as screenwriters, co-writers, and dramatic advisors. Communicating and collaborating with other crafts, they become familiar with the entire process – from conceptual development to film production.

Prerequisites
University entrance qualification

Program Duration and Scope
6 semesters (180 credits)

Screenwriting / Dramaturgy (B.A.) – Curriculum
Basic Module:

  • Introductory Courses

Study Modules:

  • Media History
  • Dramaturgy
  • Screenwriting – Short Film
  • Screenwriting – Literature
  • Professional Practice / Media Market
  • Serial Writing
  • Media Dramaturgy and Esthetics
  • Electives
  • Preparing a Full-length Film Project

Project Module:

  • Practical Project

Graduation Module:

  • Bachelor's Thesis

 

For details, please refer to the Study and Examination Regulations in German: