Undergraduate Catalog 2014-2015

Minors

Film and New Media Studies (FNM)

18 Credit Hours

College of Arts & Sciences

http://humanities.usf.edu/undergraduate/film/

Minor Description

The Minor in Film and New Media Studies is designed to train students in the historical contexts and analytical skills necessary to understand how film and new media (including television, video games, and Internet culture) communicate cultural values and shape our apprehensions of the world.

Total Minor Hours - 18 Hours

Core Information

The minor consists of 18 credit hours.

Core Courses - 9 Hours

Elective Courses - 9 Hours

  • One 3000- or 4000-Level Genres/Auteurs/Production Course
    • Students should choose a course from the following list:
    • ART 3612C Beginning Digital Video and Electronic Arts
    • COM 3052 Cultural Studies and Communication
    • COM 4931 Selected Topics in Media Analysis
    • GET 3522 Fantastic Films of Early German Cinema
    • GEW 4930 Selected Topics
    • HUM 4582 Film Auteurs
    • HUM 4890 Genres and Media
  • One 3000- or 4000-Level National Cinemas/Themes Course
    • Students should choose a course from the following list:
    • AMS 3615 Film & American Society
    • COM 4414 Race and Gender in Popular Film and Television
    • ENG 4674 Film and Culture
    • FRE 4392 African Images in Francophone Film
    • GET 3524 German Popular Film
    • GET 4523 New German Cinema to Present
    • ITT 3504 Italian Culture through Cinema
    • ITT 4505 Italy & the Italian-American Experience
    • LIT 4930 Selected Topics in English Studies
    • REL 3111 The Religious Quest in Contemporary Films
    • SPC 4310 Relationships on Film
    • SPT 3100 Masterpieces of Hispanic Literature
    • SYG 3011 Social Problems through Film
    • WST 4335 Women and Film
  • One additional 3000- or 4000-Level Elective Film Course, 3 credits.
    • Students should choose from either the Genres/Auteurs/Production or National Cinemas/Themes course lists or consult with the undergraduate advisor.