Effective Date: Spring 2006; Course list additions Winter 2014

The  minor in Global Media Studies is not open to students with a major in the Department of Screen Arts and Cultures. 

Students interested in the minor in Global Media Studies should develop a specific plan for its completion in consultation with one of Screen Arts and Cultures' designated advisors. Appointments are scheduled online.

The Global Media Studies minor exists for students interested in the study of film and electronically based visual media as national, regional, and global phenomena. This course of study is intended to aid students in obtaining culturally specific as well as cross-cultural understanding of the global impact of moving image media. The minor contributes to an understanding of the unique qualities of textual expression derived from specific cultural and historical contexts as well as to effects of more globalized developments in media technology, narrative and stylistic forms. Students will have the opportunity to study specific cultural modes of media production and reception including, but not limited to,the familiar U.S. cultural/industrial model. The coursework in this minor provides students with the opportunity to reflect on the expansive geographical scope and cultural diversity of film and moving image electronic media (television, single-camera video, digital).

Prerequisites to the Minor: None.

Academic Minor Program: At least 16 credits (and five courses), to be chosen from the following three categories as stated below, with at least two courses at the 300-level or above:

  1. Required Core Courses: seven credits from the following:
    1. SAC 236 The Art of the Film
    2. One of the following: SAC 351, 352, or 353.
  2. Electives. Students should take at least two of their elective courses at the 300 level or higher. Students are prohibited in the Category A of this minor from taking more than one course grounded in any single national cinema. 
    1. Moving Image Media in National & Regional Contexts. Two courses totaling at least six credits are to be chosen from the following approved electives, with no more than one course centered on U.S. media or in a single, non-U.S. national cinema
      • U.S. media
        • AMCULT 334, 351, 490
        • SAC 334, 355, 365, 366 (approved topics), 367, 368, 381, 450, 451, 460
      • Non U.S. media
        • AMCULT 420
        • ASIAN 245, 475
        • CAAS 232, 440
        • GERMAN 172, 330, 331
        • RCHUMS 312, 313
        • SLAVIC 312, 313
        • SPANISH 420
        • SAC 232, 245, 440, 441, 455 (approved topics)
    2. Comparative Media Studies. One course of at least three credits to be chosen from among the following approved electives:
      • SAC 361, 366 (approved topics), 380, 420, 422, 442, 455 (approved topics), 470, 485
      • AMCULT 380
      • ASIAN 440
      • CAAS 232, 442, 470
      • PHIL 440
      • WOMENSTD 361

Independent Studies (SAC 499) may not be used toward the minor. 

Students may not use more than one course to satisfy the requirements of both a major and a minor. 

 

Global Media Studies Academic Minor (Fall 2005 and Winter 2006)ᅡᅠ +

 

Effective Date: Fall 2005 and Winter 2006 

The academic minor in Global Media Studies is not open to students with a concentration in the Department of Screen Arts and Cultures. Independent Studies (FILMVID 499) may not be used toward the academic minor. Students may not use more than one course to satisfy the requirements of both a concentration and a minor. Students are prohibited in the Category A of this minor from taking more than one course grounded in any single national cinema. Students should take at least two of their elective courses at the 300 level or higher.

Students interested in the academic minor in Global Media Studies should develop a specific plan for its completion in consultation with one of Screen Arts and Cultures' designated advisors. Appointments are scheduled in 6525 Haven Hall, phone 764-0147.

The Global Media Studies academic minor exists for students interested in the study of film and electronically based visual media as national, regional, and global phenomena. This course of study is intended to aid students in obtaining culturally specific as well as cross-cultural understanding of the global impact of moving image media. The academic minor contributes to an understanding of the unique qualities of textual expression derived from specific cultural and historical contexts as well as to effects of more globalized developments in media technology, narrative and stylistic forms. Students will have the opportunity to study specific cultural modes of media production and reception including, but not limited to the familiar U.S. cultural/industrial model. The coursework in this academic minor provides students with the opportunity to reflect on the expansive geographical scope and cultural diversity of film and moving image electronic media (television, single-camera video, digital).

Prerequisites to the Academic Minor: None.

Academic Minor Program: At least 16 credits (and five courses), to be chosen from the following three categories as stated below, with at least two courses at the 300-level or above:

  1. Required Core Courses: seven credits from the following:

    1. FILMVID 236 The Art of the Film
    2. One of the following: FILMVID 351, 352, or 353.

  2. Electives

    1. Moving Image Media in National & Regional Contexts. Two courses totaling at least six credits are to be chosen from the following approved electives, with no more than one course centered on U.S. media or in a single, non-U.S. national cinema
      • U.S. media
        • AMCULT 351, 490
        • FILMVID 355, 365, 366 (approved topics), 367, 368, 450, 451, 460
      • Non U.S. media
        • AMCULT 420
        • ASIAN 245, 475
        • CAAS 232, 440
        • GERMAN 172, 330, 331
        • RCHUMS 312, 313
        • SLAVIC 312, 313
        • SPANISH 420
        • FILMVID 232, 245, 440, 441, 455 (approved topics)
    2. Comparative Media Studies. One course of at least three credits to be chosen from among the following approved electives:

      • FILMVID 361, 366 (approved topics), 380, 420, 422, 442, 455 (approved topics), 470, 485
      • AMCULT 380
      • ASIAN 440
      • CAAS 232, 442, 470
      • PHIL 440
      • SPANISH 380
      • WOMENSTD 361

Global Media Studies Academic Minor (effective through Winter 2005) +

 

The academic minor in Global Media Studies is not open to students with a concentration in Film and Video Studies or in Dramatic Writing. Independent Studies (FILMVID 399) may not be used toward the academic minor.

Students interested in the academic minor in Global Media Studies should develop a specific plan for its completion in consultation with one of Film and Video Studies' designated advisors. Appointments are scheduled in 2512 Frieze Building, phone 764-0147.

The Global Media Studies academic minor exists for students interested in the study of film and electronically based visual media as national, regional, and global phenomena. This course of study is intended to aid students in obtaining culturally specific as well as cross-cultural understanding of the global impact of moving image media. The academic minor contributes to an understanding of the unique qualities of textual expression derived from specific cultural and historical contexts as well as to effects of more globalized developments in media technology, narrative and stylistic forms. Students will have the opportunity to study specific cultural modes of media production and reception including, but not limited to the familiar U.S. cultural/industrial model. The coursework in this academic minor provides students with the opportunity to reflect on the expansive geographical scope and cultural diversity of film and moving image electronic media (television, single-camera video, digital).

Prerequisites to the Academic Minor: None.

Academic Minor Program: At least 16 credits (and five courses), to be chosen from the following three categories as stated below, with at least two courses at the 300-level or above:

  1. Required Core Courses: seven credits from the following:

    1. FILMVID 230 Introduction to the Moving Image or FILMVID 236 The Art of the Film
    2. FILMVID 360 The History of World Cinema

  2. Electives

    1. Moving Image Media in National & Regional Contexts. Two courses totaling at least six credits are to be chosen from the following approved electives, with no more than one course centered on U.S. media or in a single, non-U.S. national cinema

      • FILMVID 245, 350, 365, 366 (approved topics), 370, 440, 441, 455 (approved topics)
      • AMCULT 420
      • ASIAN 245, 475
      • CAAS 440
      • FRENCH 342, 372 [in French]
      • GERMAN 172, 330, 331
      • RCHUMS 312, 313
      • SLAVIC 312, 313
      • SPANISH 420

    2. Comparative Media Studies. One course of at least three credits to be chosen from among the following approved electives:

      • FILMVID 232, 320, 361, 380, 422, 439, 442, 470, 485
      • AMCULT 380
      • ASIAN 440
      • CAAS 232, 442, 470
      • FRENCH 342, 375 [in French]
      • SPANISH 380
      • WOMENSTD 361


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