Film Studies is an interdisciplinary minor that provides students with an appreciation of film as an expressive art form, with emphasis on film history, criticism, theory, aesthetics, and narrative techniques. The courses listed below are only some of the courses that satisfy the minor. For more details, contact Brent Spencer, Professor of English.
Minor in Film Studies Requirements: 18 Credits*
|ART/COM/ENG 380||History And Criticism Of Cinema||3|
|Select fifteen credits from the following:||15|
|Creative Writing: Narrative Forms|
|Seminar in Creative Writing|
|Seminar in Film Studies|
|Video and Filmmaking|
|Reading German Films|
|Philosophy Of East Asian Literature And Film|
|Contemporary Peninsular Film|
|Latin American Film|
|Film and the Fine Arts|
Kingfisher concentration requirements are 9 credits total, chosen from the list of courses in the associated minor. Unless otherwise specified.