Film

Interdisciplinary Minor

Director: Mack (Theatre)

Committee: Bokobza, Danielou (Foreign Languages and Literatures), Forman (Media Studies/History), Hubbard (Theatre), Lake (Art/Art History), Millard (History), O’Beirne (Media Studies Commons), Phillips (Music), Shackleford (Theatre), Siegel (English),

The College of Arts and Sciences Interdisciplinary Film Minor is a 21-hour program. Students are required to take 12 hours of electives and 9 hours within a concentration. (Note that some courses in concentrations may have additional prerequisites.) Coursework must be chosen from a minimum of 2 departments. Concentration sequences are offered in the areas of film studies, animation/experimental video production, documentary video production, and narrative video production. Students may petition to substitute courses for electives up to 6 credit hours. Contact the director of the minor for information regarding elective course substitutions. Substitutions must be approved 6 months before graduation.

 Minor Requirements for Film

RequirementsHours
Concentration Sequence
Select one of the following groups:9
Film Studies
Interpreting Film
Special Topics in Film
Select one of the following:
History of the Documentary Film
History of World Movies I: The Origins to 1960
History of World Movies II
Introduction to Cinema,Introduction to Cinema
Animation/Experimental Video Production
Intro to Time Based Media
Intermediate Time Based Media
Advanced Time Based Media
Documentary Filmmaking
Ethnographic Filmmaking/SL
Media and Public Service
Narrative Filmmaking
Filmmaking I
Filmmaking II
Filmmaking III
Filmmaking IV
Electives
Select four of the following:12
Intro to Time Based Media
Intermediate Time Based Media
3D Computer Modeling
Digital Filmmaking/SL
Advanced Time Based Media
3D Computer Animation
Seminar in Time Based Media
Media and Society
Visual Media Production I
Visual Media Production II
Introduction to Film and History
History of Documentary Film
Women in Film
Ethnographic Filmmaking/SL
Media and Public Service
Independent Media Studies
Interpreting Film
Special Topics in Film
History of World Movies I: The Origins to 1960
History of World Movies II
Seminar: Ethnographic Filmaking
The American Film
The American Film
Women in Film
American Film in the 1980s and 1990s
American Film and Violent Society
Labor History in Film
Recording Technology I
Multimedia Productions
Law and Film
Introduction to Cinema,Introduction to Cinema
Film Technology: Cinematography, Audio and Editing
Plays on Film
Screenwriting I
Filmmaking I
Cinematography
History of Film I: Origins to 1960
History of Film II: 1960 to Present
Screenwriting II
Video Editing
Filmmaking II
Filmmaking III
Acting for the Camera
Film Directing
Filmmaking IV
Music Video Production
Individual Project in Film
Film Internship/Capstone
Total Hours21