The Film and Media Studies program provides students the opportunity to study the formal components of film, television, and emerging media (e.g. narrative, cinematography, editing, mise-en-scene, sound, immersive design) within aesthetic, ethical, cultural, socio-political, and historical contexts. Our interdisciplinary approach not
only enhances students' ability to interpret their moving image environment, but also cultivates a critical understanding of the changing role of moving images in the world.
Film and Media Studies courses share the following learning goals:
Students can pursue a minor in English/Film and Media Studies Studies or can pursue a concentration in Film and Media Studies through the English department, which offers an English-Film and Media Studies major. Interested students are encouraged to contact
Dr. Kristi McKim,
Dr. Joshua Glick, or
Travis Peeples for more information.