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Film

School of Arts & Humanities


A film major gives students a solid foundation in the three primary disciplines within film studies: film history, film theory, and film production. This course of study examines film as a medium of artistic expression with a particular focus on developing critical skills centered within a Christian worldview and production skills developed within traditional artistic models. The program culminates in two senior-level courses where faith and the arts are studied and where the student produces a short film for exhibition at the Milligan University One Act and Film Festival. Along with a semester of study at the Los Angeles Film Studies program, the film concentration will prepare students for application to a graduate film school (where one may earn either a PhD or MFA in film) and eventual employment as a professor of film or for work within the motion picture industry.

For further information on this major, refer to the information under the listing “Communications” or “Fine Arts.”

minor in filmmaking or film studies gives students a solid foundation in the three primary disciplines within film studies: film history, film theory, and film production. This course of study examines film as a medium of artistic expression with a particular focus on developing critical skills centered within a Christian worldview and production skills developed within traditional artistic models.

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