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Academic Foundations 003
African American and African Studies 014
American Studies 050
Ancient and Medieval Civilizations 060
Anthropology 070
Arabic 074
Art, Design, and Art History (080, 081, 082, 083, 085)
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Biological Sciences 120
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Chinese 165
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English (350 and 352)
English: Composition and Writing 355
Environmental Sciences 375
Film Studies 380
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  Newark Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2020 School of Arts and Sciences-Newark Academic Programs and Courses Film Studies 380 Minor Requirements  

Minor Requirements


The minor requires 18 credits of courses with a grade of C or better.  Courses not listed below that seem applicable to film studies may be applied toward the minor with the approval of the program director, Professor Cowans. 

African American and African Studies

21:014:255   Race and Gender in American Film                                                                      

English

21:350:205  Fiction into Film
21:350:363  Special Topics in Film: The Films of Alfred Hitchcock                 
21:350:363  Special Topics in Film: Westerners and Gangsters                            
21:350:363  Special Topics in Film: Studies in Film Noir                                   
21:350:364  Special Topics in Film: Migration in Literature and Film                  

History

21:510:301  Film and History
21:510:314  Film and Colonialism                                                        
21:512:312  Trash Cinema and the Cultural Politics of Sleaze                 
21:512:313  Visions of the City in American Cinema                             
21:512:383  Culture and the Cold War                                                
21:512:406  Topics in American Popular Cultures, 1890-1945                        
21:512:406  Topics in American Popular Cultures since 1945                         
21:512:408  Topics in Social-Cultural History: Race and Popular Culture since 1945 
28:510:300  (NJIT) Historical Problems of the 20th Century Through Film

Portuguese

21:810:348  Portuguese Film and Literature                                                
21:810:349  Brazilian Film and Literature                                                    
21:810:350  Literature and Film of Portuguese-Speaking Africa              

Spanish

21:940:348  Hispanic Film and Literature                                                            
21:940:417  Seminar: Gabriel García Márquez in Literature and Film                  
21:940:418  La Guerra Civil en memoria y historia: cine, arte, literatura                                

 
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