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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2020-2022 Programs of Study and Courses for Liberal Arts and Sciences Students Programs, Faculty, and Courses Cinema Studies 175 Major Requirements and Options  

Major Requirements and Options


Major Requirements

The major consists of a minimum of 11 courses and offers two options, one in history and theory and one in production and criticism. Please see the program director for an up-to-date list of preapproved electives.

All majors must complete the following core requirements:

1. Both semesters of 01:175:201,202  Introduction to Film I,II (01:175:210 may be substituted for either 01:175:201 or 202);

2. Three electives, from the list of preapproved electives; and

3. Senior Seminar in Cinema Studies

Options within the Major

The program offers two options by which to structure the major. Each option requires students to complete 11 courses, including the core requirements listed above. Please see the program director for an up-to-date list of preapproved electives.

A. History and Theory Option

In addition to the requirements listed under Major Requirements above, this option requires the following:

1. Survey courses: American Cinema I (01:175:315) and American Cinema II (01:175:316) OR World Cinema I (01:175:320) and World Cinema II (01:175:321);

2. Non-U.S. cinemas: two courses selected from a preapproved list; and

3. One theory course: Seminar in Film Theory (01:175:420) OR Theories of Women in Film (01:354:385).

Students may include as electives additional courses listed as non-U.S. or theory, if they are not used to fulfill core or option requirements.

B. Production and Criticism Option

In addition to the core requirements listed under Major Requirements above, this option requires the following:

1. Two survey courses: World Cinema I (01:175:320) and World Cinema II (01:175:321)

2. One course in auteur and genre studies, from list below or from other preapproved courses:

            01:175:350  Major Filmmakers I (3)

            01:175:351  Major Filmmakers II (3)

            01:175:390  Global Horror (3)                                     

            01:175:370  Film Genres I (3) (may take twice, if different subtitles)

            01:354:372  Film Genres II (3) (may take twice, if different subtitles)

            01:354:360  Film Noir (4)  

            01:354:371  Film Melodrama (4)        

            01:354:374  Science Fiction Film (4)                                               

            01:560:320  Mafia Movies: Approaches to Genre Italian and American Film (3)

3. Two production courses, from list below or from other preapproved courses:

            01:351:303  Creative Writing: Screenwriting for Film (3)                                

            01:351:309  Creative Writing: Digital Composition (3)                                          

            01:354:308  The Craft of Screenwriting (3)                                                       
 
            07:081:243  Media I-A Introduction to Media Art: Screen/Image/Sound (4)
 
            07:081:244  Media I-B Experimental Practices and Techniques (4)

            07:081:343  Media II-A Media Art Installation and Expanded Cinema (4)

            07:081:344  Media II-B Media and Performance (4)


Students may include as electives additional production courses, or courses listed as non-U.S., auteur/genre, or theory, if they are not used to fulfill core or option requirements.
 
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