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Screen Studies

Year



Type

Major, Minor, Sub-Major

Description

Screen Studies provides students with the necessary critical and practical skills that relate to the production, research and analysis of film, television and other screen media forms. Students will be equipped with a foundation in film and media history, theory, production and professional practice.

Prerequisite(s)

Nil

Assumed Knowledge

Nil

Courses

Course Area and cat no. Units Level References
MINOR
Hollywood Film and Television INFT 1015 4.5 1
Global Film and Television COMM 1077 4.5 1
Screen Genres and Media Hybrids COMM 2085 4.5 2
Understanding Popular Culture HUMS 2045 4.5 2
SUB-MAJOR
The four courses listed in the Minor plus two of the following:
Experimental Studio COMM 3066 4.5 3
Screen Media Authorships COMM 2100 4.5 3
Digital Mediascapes COMM 3079 4.5 3
Screen Media Research Methods COMM 3067 4.5 3
MAJOR
The Screen Studies MAJOR comprises all eight courses in this Schedule

Rules

Nil

Notes

  1. A Sub-major in Screen Studies consists of six courses (27 units), two of which must be at Level 1 (Introductory), two at Level 2 (Intermediate), and two at Level 3 (Advanced).
  2. A Minor in Screen Studies consists of four courses (18 units), two of which must be at Level 1 (Introductory) and two at Level 2 (Intermediate).
  3. Students intending to apply for the Master of Teaching (Secondary) must complete a minimum of six courses or equivalent for a Major Learning Area, or four courses or equivalent for a Minor Learning Area. Applicants for the Master of Teaching (Secondary) must have both a Major and a Minor Learning Area to qualify for entry. Students should consult with their Program Director for a schedule of recommended courses.