Minor in Film Studies
The minor in Film Studies' curriculum focuses on focuses on film theory and criticism of films form various cultures. The 18 semester credit hour minor enhances preparation for students in several career paths: for artists in the media industry, for educators and potential graduate students in languages, history, and visual culture; and for general administration. To encourage interdisciplinary study, no more than 12 semester credit hours can be taken from one department.
|Minor in Film Studies|
|MCOM 2366||Film Appreciation 1||3|
|Film History Prescribed Electives||3-6|
|MCOM 3354||Film History I 2||3|
|MCOM 3355||Film History II 2||3|
|Choose four from the following 3||12|
|The History Of Animation 4|
|Literature And Film 4|
|Seminar in Selected Topics of Literacy, Language, and Civilization 4|
|Seminar in Sel German Topics 4|
|Film and Society 4|
|Select Film Genre 2|
|Film Theory 2|
|Film Scoring 4|
|Phil in Film & Literature 4|
|Problems in Political Science 4|
MCOM 2366 satisfies the Core Curriculum requirement for Component Area IX (Component Area Option).
This course's prerequisite of MCOM 2366 is included in the Film Studies minor curriculum. Students with this minor are exempted from the additional prerequisite of 6 semester credit hours of additional MCOM courses.
Course has prerequisite that may require additional semester credit hours or instructor approval.
Other courses with a strong focus on film may be taken (with minor program coordinator approval).