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2015-2016 Undergraduate Catalog 
2015-2016 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Cinema Studies Minor

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A minor in Cinema Studies consists of eight courses: an introduction to the study of cinema, two courses on the history of cinema, four courses on particular cinema topics in context, and a culmination course. Students learn to think and write critically about cinema as a significant form of culture.

Courses taken to meet a requirement for this minor may not also be counted toward a major. To receive credit for any ENG prefix course, the student must receive a grade of “C-” or better.

Required Courses

Two courses on the history of cinema:

Three different variations of courses on cinema in context. Students are required to take one course from each of the following categories and then one additional course from any category:



    • ENG 463A - Alfred Hitchcock
    • ENG 463B - Woody Allen
    • ENG 463D - Jane Campion
    • ENG 463E - Federico Fellini
    • ENG 463F - Stanley Kubrick
    • Other variable topics course with ENG 463-prefix

Culmination Course (required):

Total Semester Hours Required: 24



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