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The Undergraduate Certificate in International Film Studies requires sixteen (16) hours of coursework in Film Studies.

  • 3 hours may be, but are not required to be, at the 100 level;
  • 6 hours must be at the 300 level or above;
  • UK film courses count retroactively for the Undergraduate Certificate in International Film Studies. If you have already taken film courses, contact the Program Director;
  • you may only take courses listed in the curriculum below one time. If you take a course in area no. 1 (Introduction to Film Studies), for example, you may not repeat that course in area no. 2 (Comparative International Film).
  1. Introduction to Film Studies: choose one of (3 hrs)
    1. ENG 280: Introduction to Film (3)
    2. FR 103: French Cinema (3)
    3. JPN 283: Japanese Film (3)
    4. GER 305: German Film Today (3)
  1. Comparative International Film: choose three (9 hrs)
    1. The three courses must come from three separate national film traditions

      CHI 321 Introduction to Contemporary Chinese Film
      CLA 100 Ancient Stories in Modern Films
      ENG 180 Great Movies (Subtitle required)
      ENG 280 Introduction to Film
      ENG 284 History of Film I
      ENG 285 History of Film II
      ENG 380: Film and Genre: (Subtitle required)
      ENG 384: Literature and Film
      ENG 480G Studies in Film
      FR 103 French Cinema
      FR 225 French Film Noir
      FR 325 Le cinéma français [taught in French]
      FR 335 War, Literature, Film
      GER 305 German Film Today
      GER 361 German Cinema
      JPN 283 Japanese Film
      ITA 335 Topics in Italian Cinema (subtitle required)
      MCL 343 Global Horror
      PHI 393 Philosophy of Film
      RUS 275 Russian Film
      RUS 535 Russian Visual Studies
      SPA 371 Latin American Cinema (subtitle required)
      SPA 372 Spanish Cinema (subtitle required)
      SPA 529 Themes in Modern and Contemporary Spanish Literature, Culture and Film (subtitle required)
      SPA 539 Themes in Latin American Literature, Culture and Film (subtitle required)
      WRD 311 History of Documentary
      WRD 312 Introduction to Documentary
      WRD 412 Intermediate Documentary
       
  2. Certificate Capstone Project
    1. Capstone course (3 hrs)

      CHI 321 Introduction to Contemporary Chinese Film
      ENG 380: Film and Genre: (Subtitle required)
      ENG 384: Literature and Film
      ENG 480G Studies in Film
      FR 325 Le cinéma français [taught in French]
      FR 335 War, Literature, Film
      GER 361 German Cinema
      ITA 335 Topics in Italian Cinema (subtitle required)
      MCL 343 Global Horror
      PHI 393 Philosophy of Film
      RUS 535 Russian Visual Studies
      SPA 371 Latin American Cinema (subtitle required)
      SPA 372 Spanish Cinema (subtitle required)
      SPA 529 Themes in Modern and Contemporary Spanish Literature, Culture and Film (subtitle required) [N.B. may be taken only when the course topic pertains to film]
      SPA 539 Themes in Latin American Literature, Culture and Film (subtitle required) [N.B. may be taken only when the course topic pertains to film]
      WRD 311 History of Documentary
      WRD 312 Introduction to Documentary
      WRD 412 Intermediate Documentary
       
    2. MCL 592 RESEARCH PRACTICUM: INTERNATIONAL FILM CAPSTONE. (1 hr)

                  Total = 16 hrs

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