Feb 26, 2024
TOTAL MINOR HOURS: 18
The Minor in Film and New Media Studies is designed to train students in the historical contexts and analytical skills necessary to understand how film and new media (including television, video games, and Internet culture) communicate cultural values and shape our apprehensions of the world.
The minor consists of 18 credit hours.
Minor Core (9 Credit Hours)
Minor Electives (9 Credit Hours)
Students take an additional nine (9) credit hours of upper-level coursework from Humanities and Cultural Studies with an AMS, FIL, or HUM prefix.
A minimum grade point average of 2.00 is required.
A grade of below “C-” will not be counted toward fulfilling the minor requirements.
At least 8 credit hours for the minor must be USF coursework.
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