Minor in Media Studies

MC 3319Visual Communication3
ENG 3307Introduction to the Study of Film3
Select 12 hours of the following:12
Cultures Through Film
Global History of Cinema
Media Criticism
Film and Video Theory and Production
Advanced Topics in Film
The Southwest in Film
Film Studies
American Drama on Film
Types of World Drama in English
Mythology
Senior Seminar in Film
History of French Cinema I, 1895-1960
History of French Cinema II, 1960 to the Present
French Poetic Realist Cinema
Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems
Maps and Mapmaking
Principles of Remote Sensing
Advanced GIS
Digital Remote Sensing
Web Mapping
The Many Faces of Weimar Cinema: German Expressionist Films
Mass Media and Society
Programming in Electronic Media
Media Law and Ethics
Documentaries
Politics in Film
Hispanic Film
Television/Film Performance
Directing For Film
Total Hours18

No more than three courses, including core courses, in a single department may count toward this minor. A course may not be used to satisfy both a major and a minor requirement. Students should check with individual departments for course prerequisites. Relevant Honors courses and special topics courses may be substituted with permission from the Director of Media Studies.