Minor in Film Studies
The interdisciplinary minor in film studies recognizes the power of film as a medium, art form, entertainment, commercial industry, and serious area of academic study. The minor serves as an excellent complement to degrees in the humanities as well as the sciences. Courses include film history, directors, genres, theory, and introductory and advanced instruction in production.
The minor in Film Studies will require a minimum of 18 hours, with 15 hours of upper-division courses. Film courses appear in the course catalog under SFLM.
Film Studies minor degree requirements for other academic years may be found on the academic catalog page.