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Film Studies



Required Courses (9 hours)

FILM 201  Introduction to the Cinema

ENG 366  History of Narrative Film

ENG 465   Film Genres



Electives (12 hours)

ENG 309  Documentary Film

BCOM 378  Film Animation

BCOM 481 Problems in Mass Communications/Film

THEA 303  Acting for the Camera

ANTH 448  Visual Anthropology

BCOM 350  Scriptwriting for Film and Television

SPAN 490  Hispanic Cinema

ENG 365  Film Adaptation

ENG 466  Film Theory

GERM 437  German Literature and Film

FREN 450  Topics in Francophone Cinema

ENG 499 Directed Study

PS 303  Politics and Film

BCOM 264  Digital Video Production and Distribution

BCOM 376  Film Production for Television

ANTH 449  Ethnographic Video Production

FILM 369  World Cinema

FILM 399  Special Topics in Film


Classes that can be added through an iCAP exception:

BCOM 366 Film Editing

FILM 486 Film Studies Seminar

*FILM 399 can be taken twice if one is for international cinema/study abroad

For more information, contact:


Dr. Ted Hovet

110-C Cherry Hall


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 Last Modified 9/25/14