The Film Studies minor is an interdisciplinary program that analyzes film theory, history, practice, and cultural significance. Students will study a broad range of film texts and learn to appreciate a variety of aesthetic and filmmaking techniques. A minor in Film Studies will enable students to analyze, contextualize, and produce films within the broad context of humanistic studies. The Film Studies minor will provide students with a solid background in critical thinking, writing, and filmmaking skills. The film studies minor consists of a minimum of 18 credits distributed among a core (9 credits) and a choice of electives (9 credits) and can be integrated with any major or minor.
Program Prerequisite: None required. However, some of the individual course options have a prerequisite or corequisite, as shown below.
Grade Requirements: A grade of 2.0 or better in all courses used toward the minor.
Credit Hour Requirements: 18 credit hours, apportioned as directed below.