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Film Studies

Have a passion for classic cinema? Interested in how film has shaped – and continues to shape – our world? Film studies will challenge you to engage the history, cultural impact, and social contexts of cinema throughout its history.

What You'll Learn

This interdisciplinary minor combines Art & Design, Communication, English, Humanities, and Theatre Arts. This unique mix teaches you how to analyze cinema from many perspectives. The minor also offers electives in producing creative aspects of film.

 

Minor Requirements

Required Courses
9 Credit Hours
FLM
201
Introduction to Film Studies
ART
218
Visual Culture
COM
216
Film History
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Elective Course (Choose two)
6 Credit Hours
ART
366
European Modernism, 1907-1940
ART
367
History of Photography
THA
209
History of American Film I
THA
211
History of American Film II
COM
316
Film and Genre
COM
337
National Film Movements
CRW
208
Screenwriting
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Elective Courses (Choose two)
6 Credit Hours
FLM
321
Hitchcock and Psychoanalysis
ART
433
Video Art
COM
260
Introduction to Documentary Styles
COM
401
Media Aesthetics
ENG
345
Film Literature
PHI
250
Philosophy Through TV and Film
REL
335
Religion and Film
Pre-approved Selected Topics Courses
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