Academic Catalog - 2018-2019

College of Arts and Letters

Department of Comparative Cultural Studies

Cinema Studies, Minor


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Interested in film and cultural analysis, the impact of visual technologies, the meanings of media in everyday life, and the significance of historic and modern modes of exhibition? This minor exposes students to international, classic, and independent cinema; internships are also available. It is a natural companion to many majors, including Comparative Cultural Studies, English, History, Women’s and Gender Studies, Psychology, Journalism, etc.

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Academic Catalog - 2018-2019

College of Arts and Letters

Department of Comparative Cultural Studies

Cinema Studies, Minor


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What Can I Do with a Minor in Cinema Studies?

Cinema has a tremendous influence in the worlds of art, politics, culture, and economics, and film and other forms of visual culture are essential to understanding the politics and practices of representation.

Students gain professional experience by assisting in the development and organization of film series, film festivals, and cinema forums for the university and Flagstaff community.

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Academic Catalog - 2018-2019

College of Arts and Letters

Department of Comparative Cultural Studies

Cinema Studies, Minor


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Academic Catalog - 2018-2019

College of Arts and Letters

Department of Comparative Cultural Studies

Cinema Studies, Minor


Overview

In addition to University Requirements:

Please note that you may be able to use some courses to meet more than one requirement. Contact your advisor for details.

No more than 50% of the units used to satisfy minor requirements may be used to satisfy major requirements.

Minimum Units for Completion 18
Fieldwork Experience/Internship Optional

Purpose Statement
 
Cinema has a tremendous influence in the worlds of art, politics, culture, and economics, and film and other forms of visual culture are essential to understanding the politics and practices of representation. In the Cinema Studies minor, students learn about international, classic, and independent cinema as they explore the impact of visual technologies, the meanings of media in everyday life, and the significance of historic and modern modes of exhibition. The minor is a natural companion to many majors, including Comparative Cultural Studies, English, History, Women’s and Gender Studies, Psychology, Journalism, etc.Students also have opportunities to gain professional experience by assisting in the development and organization of film series, film festivals, and cinema forums for the university and Flagstaff community.
 
Student Learning Outcomes
Students who complete the CINE minor will demonstrate and/or gain:

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Academic Catalog - 2018-2019

College of Arts and Letters

Department of Comparative Cultural Studies

Cinema Studies, Minor


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Minor Requirements
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Academic Catalog - 2018-2019

College of Arts and Letters

Department of Comparative Cultural Studies

Cinema Studies, Minor


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