Minor in Film Studies
- Learn to be visually literate in our increasingly visual culture.
- Develop the interpretive, visual, verbal, critical, audio-visual and narrative skills that are essential to survive in today’s competitive marketplace.
- Gain an understanding of film as both a record of social culture and a force for cultural change.
Our Minor in Film Studies is a flexible program that allows you to choose from a variety of courses. As you complete your minor, you will learn:
- Filmmaking techniques
- How to read visual and cultural clues
- How to analyze persuasive and rhetorical message
The Film Studies Minor consists of 18 credit hours (six courses), including Communication/Mass Media 1337 and English 4355. You will choose four additional courses from the following:
- Art 1305
- Communication 3366, 4352, 4365
- Computer Science 1371, 2324, 3325
- French 4328
- German 3339
- Psychology 3325
- Russian 3339
- Spanish 3334
- Theatre 3345, 3311, 4314, 4351
The courses you take toward your minor may not also be counted toward your major.