Interdisciplinary Minor

Director: Michele Forman (Media Studies/History)

Committee: Danielou (College of Arts and Sciences), Pellathy (Art/Art History), Millard (History), Phillips (Music), Shackleford (Theatre), Siegel (English),

The College of Arts and Sciences Interdisciplinary Film Minor is a 21-hour program. Coursework must be chosen from a minimum of 3 disciplines. Students may petition to substitute courses for up to 6 credit hours. Please contact the director of the minor for information regarding course substitutions and let your academic advisor know as well. Substitutions must be approved 6 months before graduation.

 Minor in Film

Select seven (7) courses from three different disciplines from this list: 121
Black Image: Screen and Television
Time and Duration
Visual Literacy & Application Foundations
Beginning New Media
Creativity and Imagination
New Media - Special Topics 1
New Media- Special Topics 2
New Media- Special Topics 3
Advanced New Media
Visual Media Production I
Visual Media Production II
Live Studio Production
Media, Culture and Society
Introduction to Film and History
History of Documentary Film
Women in Film
Ethnographic Filmmaking/SL
Independent Media Studies
Internship in Media Studies
Special Topics in Media
Special Topics in Media Studies
Interpreting Film
Beginning Poetry Writing Workshop
Beginning Creative Nonfiction Writing Workshop
Beginning Fiction Writing Workshop
Special Topics in Film
French-Speaking Cinema
Popular Culture in American History
The American Film
American Independent Film
Film in the 1960s
American Film and Violent Society
Computer Music I
Recording Technology I
Multimedia Productions
Popular Culture
Introduction to Cinema
Plays on Film
Screenwriting I
Screenwriting II
Acting for the Camera
WLL 303History of World Movies I: The Origins to 1960 3
WLL 304History of World Movies II 3
Total Hours27

 A grade of C or better is required for any course applying to this minor.