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Major, Minor, Sub-Major

Description:

Students study the theory and practice of film and television and explore its communicative and creative possibilities. Ranging from documentary and narrative film through to experimental work, the sub-major focuses on the development of strong storytelling skills, high production values and the expressive use of formal elements and techniques to engage and entertain an audience.

Prerequisite(s):

Nil

Assumed Knowledge:

Nil

Courses:

Courses that are in majors, sub-majors and/or minors:
Area and cat no.UnitsLevelReferences
MEDIA ARTS STUDENTS - ONLY -00Note(s): 1
Professional and Technical CommunicationCOMM 10654.51
Introduction to CGICOMM 10674.51
Narrative FilmCOMM 20844.52
Documentary FilmCOMM 20814.52
Visual EffectsCOMM 30684.53
Professional Writing COMM 30374.52
NON MEDIA ARTS STUDENTS00Note(s): 2
Introduction to Film and TelevisionINFT 10154.51
Introduction to CGICOMM 10674.51
Narrative FilmCOMM 20844.52
OR
Screen Genres and Media HybridsCOMM 20854.52
Documentary FilmCOMM 20814.52
Visual EffectsCOMM 30684.53
OR
Experimental StudioCOMM 30664.53
Creative ProductionCOMM 30654.53
OR
Screen Media Research MethodsCOMM 30674.53


Rules:

Nil

Notes:

1.

Media Arts students following Strand B 'Digital Media' can take a sub-major in Film & Television consisting of six courses (27 units), two at Level 1 (Introductory),three at Level 2 (Intermediate) and one at Level 3 (Advanced).

2.

Non Media Arts Students can take a sub-major in Film and Television consisting of six courses (27 units), two at Level 1 (Introductory), two at Level 2 (Intermediate) and two at Level 3 (Advanced).

3.

A minor in Film and Television consists of four courses (18 units), two of which must be at Level 1 (Introductory) and two at Level 2 (Intermediate).

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