Sep 16, 2019  
Undergraduate Catalog 2010-2011 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2010-2011 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Film - BA


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Major in Film (30 cr)


30 credits, combined total: 12 credits analytical, 12 credits production and 6 credits electives from analytical and/or production courses.

Students must receive a grade of B or better in FILM 10100  to declare a major in film. The major must be declared in person with an undergraduate film adviser (call (212) 772-4949 to schedule). The student must bring his or her transcript, and, where relevant, transcripts from other colleges attended, when meeting with the undergraduate film adviser to declare a film major. Students majoring in film must also take FILMP 15000  which is prerequisite for all film production courses. FILM 10100 and FiLMP/MEDIAP 15000 do not count towards the major. A maximum of 6 credits in MEDIA courses at the 200 or 300 level may be applied toward the major in film. Students must meet any prerequisites for these courses. Courses at the 100 level, independent study, and internship courses do not count toward the major. Students must see a program adviser to plan choice and sequence of courses.

I Analytical Course Requirements (12 cr)


II Production Course Requirements (12 cr):


III Elective Course Requirements (6 cr):


From analytical and/or production electives: At least one elective must be a 300 level or above course.

Minor in Film


Students who wish to minor in film must complete a total of 15 credits. FILM 10100  does not count towards the minor.

Honors


To qualify for departmental honors in Film or Media Studies, a student must have a 3.5 grade point average in major courses and a 3.0 grade point average overall. The student must also either complete an Honors Project, approved by the Department Policy and Curriculum Committee, with a grade of A; or a 400-level production or analytical seminar course with a grade of A. See the department for more information.

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