Lehigh's Film Studies minor offers students opportunities to think critically and creatively about prominent forms of visual culture that permeate our world. Courses examine different film genres and movements, various national traditions, and recent television series that draw on the sophisticated visual and narrative strategies of cinema. Film Studies minors learn to analyze the power and function of filmic communication, appreciate various modes of visual messaging, and have the chance to produce film and build a professional portfolio.
The minor consists of four courses (15-16 credits) and includes FILM 001 (Introduction to Film), the study of non-English- language cinema, and at least one 300-level elective.
REQUIREMENTS:• FILM 001: Introduction to Film • 1 course focused on non-English-language film/film traditions • 8 elective credit (4 of these credits must be at the 300- or 400- level)
For more information or to declare a Film Studies minor, contact Professor Michael Kramp (email@example.com)