The interdisciplinary minor in film studies (FLM) provides students an opportunity to explore one of the most popular and influential media from the twentieth century to the present. Students study the history, theory, and aesthetics of film and consider film from literary, philosophic, religious, economic, and creative perspectives. The minor complements many of the existing majors in the arts and sciences and enhances the academic preparation of students who are considering graduate school and/or careers in film criticism, screenwriting, or film production.
Students minoring in film studies must complete 13 semester hours including four approved three-credit film courses in various disciplines and a one-credit required capstone course, ASI 350.
Students desiring to minor in film studies should notify their respective deans and the coordinator of film studies.
Film Studies Committee
James Farrelly (English), Coordinator
Fouke (Philosophy), Griffin (Communication, Kimbrough (English), McCombe (English), Zukowski (Religious Studies)
Minor in Film Studies (FLM)
|ASI 350||Interdisciplinary Film Study 1||1|
|Select four courses from: 2||12|
|Classic American Film|
|Studies in Film|
|Studies in Literature & Film|
|Music in Film|
|Philosophy & Film|
|Religion & Film|
Capstone course taken after all elective courses have been completed.
Or other courses with permission of the committee.