In order to complete the Master of Fine Arts in Digital Filmmaking, students must complete MFA 600, a “capstone course” that not only demonstrates a command of the learning outcomes of the writing and production courses, but also provides an opportunity to work on a project that may be submitted to a film festival or otherwise used to show creativity, imagination and solid cinematic construction. The final completed project is the Thesis Film Project. Length, genre or other aspects will be determined by the student in consultation with the thesis advisor. This course counts as one of the ten core courses for the MFA program. The Thesis Project can be completed in two terms.