Film studies provides a forum for the rigorous analysis of visual, textual and verbal methods of communication. The film studies minor integrates offerings from several academic departments and programs to provide you with aesthetic, cultural and historical approaches to cinema and visual culture. You’ll learn to analyze and interpret visual images and engage with an array of cinematic works and styles from around the world and throughout the history of the medium.
The film studies minor draws on courses from multiple departments to allow students to delve into the cultural impact of film.
To earn a minor in film studies, you must complete five (5) of the following courses:
92% of work seekers who majored in the visual and performing arts between 2018-2022 were employed, pursuing graduate school or volunteering within six months of graduation.