Cinema Studies minor

 Cinema Studies 

Do you love film? Our Cinema Studies minor can help you indulge your passion and add breadth to your education. Cinema has a tremendous influence in the worlds of art, politics, culture, and economics. Film and other forms of visual culture are also essential to understanding the politics and practices of representation.

In the Cinema Studies minor, you’ll focus on film and cultural analysis, the impact of visual technologies, the meanings of media in everyday life, and the significance of historic and modern modes of exhibition. You’ll also be exposed to international, classic, and independent cinema. You will gain professional experience by assisting in the development and organization of film series, film festivals, and cinema forums for the university and Flagstaff communities. 

Coursework

Please check with your advisor or the current catalog for your degree requirements.

 The NAU academic catalog is the official, authoritative source for all academic requirements and policies.Any discrepancies in curricular requirements from other sources will default to the catalog as the official, authoritative source.  

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*CINE 101, Introduction to Cinema and Visual Culture, is a FYLI-certified course.