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Global Film Studies Minor - Program Requirements

(HEGIS: , CIP: 23.0101 English Language and Literature, General)

Department of English

306 Clemens Hall
North Campus
Buffalo, NY 14260-4610

Rachel Ablow, Professor
Chair

David Alff, Associate Professor
Director of Undergraduate Studies

Associated Programs

Completing the Global Film Studies Minor Program

Required Courses

The minor consists of two required courses at the 200 level (6 credits) and four courses (12 credits) at the 300-400 level.

ENG: ENG 256 Film; ENG 378 National Cinemas; ENG 379 Film Genres; ENG 381 Film Directors (Buffalo Film Seminar); ENG 382 & ENG 384 Shakespeare in Film 1 and 2; ENG 440 Film Theory; ENG 441 Contemporary Cinema; ENG 442 Modernism and Film

DMS: DMS 213 Immigration and Film; DMS 305/DMS 306 Film Analysis; DMS 333 World Cinema; DMS 341 Intermediate Video; DMS 388 Screenwriting; DMS 403/DMS 404 Advanced Documentary Production; DMS 405/DMS 406 Ethnographic Film and Media; DMS 409 & DMS 410 Non Fiction Film; DMS 441/DMS 442 Advanced Video Production

RLL: FR 341 Topics in French Film; ITA 429 Italian Cinema; ITA 430 Italian Directors; ITA 450 The Italian Middle Ages and Renaissance in Movies; SPA 221 Spanish Conversation through Film; SPA 408 History of Spanish Cinema; SPA 435 Mexican Cinema

TNS: AAS 253 Blacks in Film 1; AAS 254 Blacks in Film 2; AAS 417 Black Aesthetics

AS 347 The Fantastical World of Japanese Anime

Total Credit Hours Required

Total credit hours required for the Global Film Studies Minor
Total Credits Required for Minor/Certificate18

Minors and certificates must be completed in conjunction with a major and all university degree requirements must be met.

Students should consult with an academic advisor to determine how any transfer or exam credit might be utilized in meeting general education, prerequisite, or minor requirements.

Total Credit Hours Required represents the minimum credits needed to complete this program, and may vary based on a number of circumstances. This chart should not be used for financial aid purposes.

 
Published: Dec 05, 2019 11:41:16