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The certificate program in film and video studies, offered by the School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies, explores film theory and the practice of the moving image. Through this interdisciplinary program, students have an opportunity to develop their interests, skills and understanding of the forms, channels, technologies and histories of the media arts. Coursework helps students become more astute critics of film and media arts. Students learn about the history of film, television and video arts as well as their place in social, cultural and political expression. This program also helps students strengthen their critical-thinking skills through an analysis of the ongoing philosophical, aesthetic, political and technological debates about film, media and video. Through this program, students will gain valuable skills for future careers or graduate study in areas such as video and film production, film studies, media studies or digital design.
Film and Video Studies (Certificate)
Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, New College of
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