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Undergraduate/Graduate Catalog 2020-2021 
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Film Studies Minor

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The Film Studies minor is designed to foster students’ understanding and appreciation of cinematic texts, industries, and audiences. Students pursuing the minor will think, speak, and write critically about visual media from a variety of disciplinary perspectives, enabling them to participate as thoughtful citizens in our increasingly globalized and mediated world. Any department can offer a course in Film Studies; departments that regularly offer Film Studies courses include Anthropology, Art, Communication Studies, English, Global Languages, Music, and Philosophy.

For additional information about the Film Studies minor, contact Dr. Matt Bell, Film Studies Coordinator.

Course Requirements

Film history course (3 credits)

Electives (12 credits)

Complete four courses, selected from the courses listed below. To underscore the interdisciplinary nature of this minor, students must choose courses in at least two departments. 

Total minimum credits: 18

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