The Certificate in Film Studies is designed for those who are interested in film as a form of cultural production that spans the globe. The program acquaints students with film as form before exploring how it is deployed in multiple settings and how it evolves depending on political, social, historical, economic and technological contexts.
Like other programs in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, students and graduates will be prepared to engage in further social and cultural debates about the role of the film and cultural industries in promoting cross-cultural understanding and social equality. The Film Studies Certificate will contribute to existing collaborative relationships between the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and Newfoundland's growing film industry by giving students the critical reading and writing skills necessary to understand film (and related media) in all of its manifestations, from entertainment to industry, and everything in between.
As part of the certificate, students must complete a communications theory course and a film theory course, supplemented by courses analyzing film in specific contexts. Students are encouraged to take foundation courses before proceeding with the other requirements for the certificate.
The Certificate in Film Studies consist of 21 credit hours:
|Foundation Theory Courses||1000-level and 2000-level Film Courses||3000-level Film Courses|
|Communication Studies 2001,
English 2813, 2850, 2851
Religious Studies 1022
German 3000, 3001, 3002, 3003
History 3790, 3795
Russian 3003, 3023
For more information students are invited to contact the Program Coordinator. Please see http://www.mun.ca/hss/about/contact/coordinators.php for current contact information.