Designed as an interdisciplinary program, the minor/Integrative Studies concentration provides an intellectually challenging and cross-culturally oriented approach to the study and analysis of cinema.
Minor or Integrative Studies Concentration Requirements
|JASS/ENGL/HUM 248||Storytelling Across Media||4|
12 credit hours in upper level credit as outlined below:
|JASS 403||Making Film History||4|
|Two courses from the following:||8|
|Gender, Sexuality, and Power in American Film|
|Reviewing Movies, Games, and Television|
|Storytelling, Experiments, and Play|
|Genres and Directors|
|Multimedia and Music|
|Film and Music|
|Total Credit Hours||12|
1. Courses may not be count toward both the Film Studies minor and the Journalism minor or the Media Production Certificate.
- A minimum GPA of 2.0 is required for the minor/concentration. The GPA is based on all coursework required within the minor (excluding prerequisites).
- A minimum of 9 credits must be completed at UM-Dearborn for a 12 credit minor/concentration.
- A minimum of 12 credits must be completed at UM-Dearborn for a 15 or more credit minor/concentration.
- Courses within a minor/concentration cannot be taken as Pass/Fail (P/F)
- Only 3 credit hours of independent study or internship may be used to fulfill the requirements for a 12 credit hour minor/concentration. Only 6 credit hours of such credit may be used in a 15 or more credit hour minor/concentration.
- Minors requiring 12 credits may share one course with a major. Minors requiring 15 credits or more may share two courses with a major. This does not apply to concentrations for the Integrative Studies major.
Film Studies (FILM)
Please see Journalism and Screen Studies (JASS) for descriptions of the film studies courses listed above.