A typical four-year plan for a student majoring in film studies looks something like this. The film studies major is an interdisciplinary major that allows students to focus on the particular aspect of film studies that interests them most — for example, film writing, cinema studies or digital production. For more details, refer to the college catalog. For more details, refer to the college catalog.
- FLM 105 Introduction to Film
- ART 150 Time Based Media
- FLM 200 Film Analysis
- FLM 225 Film History
- 3 Electives
- FLM 464, 474 Senior Seminar in Film
Electives may be chosen from a list including courses in art, film studies, creative writing, music and theatre arts. Film studies majors work with an advisor to choose the path through the major that best matches their goals; this includes electives and practicum experiences like internships and independent studies.