The Film and Media Studies program consists of coordinated courses offered by various liberal arts departments, all studying film, television, and the electronic arts as art forms and cultural phenomena.
Students should take one of the two introductory courses: FMST 131: Introduction to Media Studies or FMST 132: Introduction to The Art of Film, before going on to more advanced or specialized courses in film history, film criticism, and film making; majors are advised to take a core film history course (FMST 247 Film History: Early Cinema; FMST 248 FH: 1929-59; FMST 249 FH: 1959-89; FMST 250 FH: 1989-Present) also, before developing their special interests in advanced courses.
Courses in photography, painting, music, drama, the novel, and intellectual and social history provide strong support for various film courses, and these should be explored during a student's first two years.
Course Lists for Film and Media Studies
Courses currently being offered:
Check the course schedules/descriptions available via the Registrar's Office for the official schedules for the widest range of terms for which such information is available.