The Minor in Film Studies is designed for the student who is majoring in another field, but wishes to do some concentrated work in film studies. The minor is a planned, interdisciplinary sequence of six courses (18 credits) that provides the student with a broad introduction to the field of film studies. When one earns a Minor in Film Studies it is recorded on the student's transcript. Specific guidelines and distributional requirements for the program are listed below.
The Minor in Film Studies requires 18 credits to be distributed as follows:
Additional Conditions/Requirements for the Minor
ProceduresStudents wishing to work toward a Minor in Film Studies should register with the English/Film Studies Advising Office.
Film in Pittsburgh
Michael Douglas on set of Wonder Boys (2000), shot in Pittsburgh
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