Open to all students in any UWM undergraduate degree program, the minor in Film Studies provides students with critical skills and multiple perspectives on historical and contemporary media forms. It promotes the study of film and media in their aesthetic, social, cultural, political and technological contexts and expands students’ understanding of media as essential elements of our global cultural environment.
Students interested in a Film Studies Minor or those having questions about the Program should contact:
Professor Gilberto Blasini
Film Studies Director and Associate Professor of English
Curtin Hall 487
|Total Film Studies Credits|
|Required Courses (9 credits)|
|Electives (9 credits)|
The remaining credits must be selected from advanced-level (300 and above) courses on the approved electives list.
Students minoring in Film Studies must attain a 2.5 GPA in UWM credits attempted for the minor. In addition, the college requires that students attain a 2.5 GPA in all minor credits attempted, including any transfer work.