Film and Media Arts

Screen Studies Concentration

The BA with a Concentration in Screen Studies is a liberal arts degree that allows students to study in depth the aesthetics, history, and cultural significance of moving-image media. It draws upon the fields of cinema studies and humanities-based disciplines of media studies and media arts theory, while also encouraging students to approach screen cultures from neighboring disciplines, such as cultural studies, area studies, art history, or visual studies. 

The audience at the 2014 Diamond Screen Film Festival

Course of Study

The BA with a Concentration in Screen Studies includes courses in film and media arts history, genres, national cinemas and media arts communities, theory, independent production, and media cultures and diverse production environments.

For a suggested four-year course of study in the BA with Concentration in Screen Studies, please see the FMA Undergraduate Bulletin. 

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