Frequently Asked Questions About the Transition
Why is FMA changing to Screen Arts (SCRN)?
FMA is changing to fit changes in student interest as well as developments within the industry and art form as a whole. The core of all the degrees remains much the same, with added concentrations to help students pursue focused study.
Do I have to change my degree?
The SCRN degree is optional for all current students. You do not need to change if you don’t wish to.
If I switch from FMA to SCRN, can I switch back?
No. The change from FMA to SCRN is permanent and cannot be undone
Where can I view the critical paths for FMA and SCRN?
How do I change my degree?
To change your degree, please seek academic counseling in the College of the Humanities and Social Sciences. You can find helpful information for scheduling an appointment.
I want to see courses offered in Fall 2018 for FMA/SCRN. Where should I go?
Alternatively, you find these courses listed under our "Courses" tab in this website.
With whom can I talk about which courses I should take?
To determine which classes are best for you, consider what your strongest interests in the field are. To find out what courses you need consult your degree audit for FMA and compare it to the critical paths in the catalogs as well as the degree outlines on the FMA/SCRN website. If you remain unsure, you may want to seek academic counseling. You can schedule a meeting with HSS counselors in Hodges Hall or contact the FMA/SCRN offices.