Designed as an interdisciplinary program, the minor/Integrative Studies concentration provides an intellectually challenging and cross-culturally oriented approach to the study of cinema. Courses fulfilling the Film Studies Minor are housed in Journalism and Screen Studies (JASS).
Minor/Integrative Studies Concentration Requirements
|JASS/ENGL/HUM 248||Introduction to Screen Studies||3|
15 credit hours in upper level credit as outlined below:
|JASS 440||Theory of the Screen||3|
|Four courses from the following (CAOF)||12|
|Narratives of Film and Lit|
|Gender,Sex,Powr Screen Studies|
|Independent Study in JASS|
|Video Game Studies & Criticism|
|History&Theory of Documentary|
|Theory of the Screen|
|Total Credit Hours||15|
Film Studies (FILM)
Please see Journalism and Screen Studies (JASS) for descriptions of the film studies courses listed above.