Additional Courses (Six)
Six additional courses, at least three of which are at the 300-level or above, and at least two of which are FMST-prefix courses.
No more than three courses from a single department or program outside of FMST may be counted toward the major.
Students are welcome to choose the six courses from any (and as many) of the below categories as they wish; students are, however, strongly encouraged to take at least one course from the Film and Media in a Global Context category.
Additionally, students may work with their major adviser to select up to two elective courses not listed here that constitute a focus area within film and media studies. In order to count towards the major, focus area courses must be approved by the major adviser and the program director. Examples of possible focus areas are: mass/popular culture, gender/sexuality, language, representation/subjectivity, narrative/narratology, digital and new media, etc. Please note that this is not an exhaustive list of possible focus areas.