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Academic Catalog 2022-2023 
Academic Catalog 2022-2023 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Film Studies, Minor

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The Film and Video Studies minor exposures students to a wide variety of national cinemas and film genres and theories — simply to enhance your understanding of film, or in preparation for graduate work in film studies, social sciences, humanities and the arts. This interdisciplinary minor allows students to take film courses offered in Media Arts, English, political science, world languages and other academic fields.

Program Learning Outcomes:

  • Identify the historical and theoretical relations of media to structures of power, economics, and ideology of a selection of international and American films and media.
  • Demonstrate media literacies through the development of critical, analytical and argumentation skills and dependent research.
  • Identify and describe key terms and concepts and major trends and periods related to various modes of production (narrative, documentary, experimental, and/or animation), film history, and theory.

Minor Requirements: 20 Credits

All of the Following: 8 Credits

Electives: 12 Credits

4 credits must be upper division.

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