Course Descriptions

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2001 Introduction to Film and Media Arts* (3) Study of film, television and video.

3001 Special Topics in Film and Media Arts (3) May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary. Selected topics relevant to the study of the film and media arts.

3001 Special Topics in Film and Media Arts** (3) May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary. Special topics relevant to the study of film and media arts.
 
3010 Art of Cinematography (3) In-depth study of history, concepts, and methods of film and video cinematography; formal instruction and practice in filmmaking techniques such as framing, camera movement, depth of field, and other key ideas as they relate to the creation of film narrative, aesthetic communication, and rhetoric.

3011 Art of Editing (3) In-depth study of the history, concepts, and skills involved in film and video editing techniques; formal instruction and practice in non-linear editing along with concepts such as montage, continuity editing, and narrative.

3501 Russian Film (3) See RUSS 3501.  In-depth study of various aspects of Italian cinema from different periods. Screening and analysis of representative films


3502 Italian Film (3) See ITAL 3502.  In-depth study of various aspects of Italian cinema from different periods. Screening and analysis of representative films.
3503 Asian Cinema (3)  In-depth study of various aspects of Asian cinema.  Screening and analysis of representative films.
3504 Latin American Cinema (3) May be taken for 6 sem. hrs. of credit when topics vary. In-depth study of various aspects of Latin American cinema.
3505 Horror Film (3)  In-depth study of various aspects of the Horror Film genre.
4001 Advanced Topics in Film and Media Arts** (3) May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary. Advanced topics relevant to the study of film and media arts.

*Required, FMA Minor/BALA Degree

**Required, FMA BALA Degree

***CAPPE Proposal