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Requirements for a Minor in Film and Media Studies

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A total of twenty (20) credits as follows:

  1. English 202: Introduction to Cinema
  2. English 382: Film Theory
  3. Three courses to be chosen from a list of offerings in various departments. One of these requirements may be satisfied by a directed inquiry or an internship (on approval of the Film Minor Committee). Courses regularly offered include:
    1. Art 102: Intro to Digital Art
    2. Art 116: Animation
    3. Art 202: Intermediate Digital Art
    4. Art 216: 3D Animation/Virtual Realities
    5. Art 245: Guernica and Antiwar Art
    6. Art 302: Advanced Digital Art
    7. Chinese 216/Urban Studies 265: Asian Urbanization through Cinema
    8. Chinese 220/320: Contemporary Chinese Cinema
    9. English 190: Shakespeare on Screen (when topic is appropriate)
    10. English 204: Introduction to Screenwriting
    11. English 241: History and Criticism of American Cinema
    12. English 242: World Film
    13. English 245: Special Topics in Film
    14. English 381: Advanced Topics in Film
    15. French 334: French and Francophone Cinema
    16. German 240/340: German Cinema
    17. History 105: Black Cinema
    18. History 105: British Empire through Film
    19. History 105: History of Latin America through Film
    20. International Studies 254: South Africa through Documentary Film
    21. International Studies 256: Weapons of Mass Deception
    22. Philosophy 101: Intro Seminar in Philosophy (when topic is appropriate)
    23. Political Science 208: Media and Politics
    24. Political Science 308: Political Advertising
    25. Russian 285: Putin's Russia and Media
    26. Russian 400: Russian Film
    27. Theatre 245: Dramatic Writing: Theater/Film/TV
    28. Theatre 265: LGBTQ Culture in Media
    29. Theatre 265: Documenting Queerness

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