Film and Media Studies

Degrees

Classes

FMS 150 : Introduction to Film and Screen Cultures

Course examines the basic elements that distinguish film, television, and screen cultures from other aesthetic forms, including editing, cinematography, sound and mise-en-scene, and how these components work together to create a narrative.

Credits

3

FMS 370 : Practicum

Experiential learning with local film festival or other activity proposed and organized by student in consultation with faculty associated with the minor.

Credits

1

Prerequisites

FMS 150 or permission of instructor.

FMS 450 : Independent Study

Concentrated study of a particular subject in film and screen cultures.

Credits

1 - 3

Prerequisites

FMS 310 or permission of instructor.