BS in FilmCurriculum & Major Requirements
Important Note About Requirements
The list below is based on the 2019-2020 academic catalog and is intended to illustrate the kind of curriculum you could expect as a student within this program. Requirements can change from year to year. If you have questions about your degree progress, please contact Academic Advising.
The Bachelor of Science in Film degree is designed to support either a single or dual major option. It is intended for students who want to critically and creatively explore cinematic arts at the intersection of the humanities and business with emphasis of commercial and social applications.
|Course Code||Course||Credit Hours|
|ARH XXX||Art History Elective||3|
|MART 181||Introduction to Film||3|
|MART 182||History of Film||3|
|MART 201||Digital Art||3|
|MART 262||Basic Computer Animation||3|
|MART 281||Screenwriting I||3|
|MART 282||Production I||3|
|MART 381||Screenwriting II||3|
|MART 382||Production II||3|
|MART 384||Time Based Arts||3|