The M.A. in Film Studies prepares students for further study at the doctoral level and/or careers in film criticism, art administration, or archive and preservation work. Completion of the M.A. in Film Studies requires fifty hours of coursework, a successful first-year review and either an approved and defended written thesis or passing of a comprehensive exam. The School of Film encourages M.A. candidates to become actively involved in their field by making public, scholarly presentations and contributing to professional publications.
COURSE OFFERINGS:5310 Film History I: History of international cinema from the origins through 1940. Weekly screenings.