Film Studies (Minor)
Are you fascinated by movies and how they’re made? If so, you’re in the right place. Creighton University’s minor in film studies is an interdisciplinary program that provides students with an appreciation of film as an expressive art form. As a film studies minor, you’ll have the opportunity to explore film history, criticism, theory, aesthetics and narrative techniques.
Within six months of graduation, 96% of Creighton’s College of Arts and Sciences graduates are employed, enrolled in graduate school or volunteering in their field.
Students who minor in film studies find jobs in film, art and design, broadcasting, Web development or any sector that benefits from the use of video.
- Learn to appreciate film as an expressive art form
- Explore film history, criticism, theory, aesthetics and narrative techniques
- Develop critical thinking skills
Creighton’s film studies program has local internships available for credit.
A student may not declare a minor until he or she has been accepted into a major. Students declare minors with the minor declaration form.
Eighteen credits of coursework are required to complete a minor. Students must achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.00 in courses toward the minor.