The Film Studies minor offers an overview of film culture, major historical and critical trends in film studies, analysis of cinematic form and style, and the relationship between film and culture. As a Film Studies minor, you will learn how to evaluate film as a major art form of the 20th century and recognize the profound influence it has had on popular, intellectual, and artistic life.

“The film studies minor provides a unique supplement for students looking to add to their major. Through learning how to read, analyze, discuss, review and write about film, students will hone their skills in written and oral communication, analytical thinking, and critical judgment – tools essential in every field.”

Dr. Jim Grove, Professor of English

Minor Coordinator

Jim Grove, Ph.D.
Professor of English