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ENG2012 3 G(W) The Art of Close Reading
FIL2000 3 Intro to Film Studies
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FIL 3826 American Film


Must complete prerequisite ENG2012
to minor in Film Studies. FIL 3930 Topics in Film
FIL 4822 French Cinema
A grade of C or better is required in all FIL 4828 International Film
minor courses. c FIL 4848 World Cinema & Cross-Cultural Encounter
FIL 4932 Documentary Studies
Students will be required to complete
all prerequisites needed for individual FIL 4931 Advanced Topics in Film
minor courses. HIS 3317 History in Photography & Film
PHI 3880 Philosophy of Film
Courses cannot double count in both a
major and minor.
 of the following courses can fulfill requirements:

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LIT 4931 Audio/Visual/Text: Documentary Workshop
CRW 3930 Screenwriting Workshop
ENG 4105 Film & Literature
CCJ 4990 Crime & Mass Media
LAH 3735 Colonial Latin American History
LAH 3736 Modern Latin American History