Administered by the Film Studies Program in the Department of Performance Studies, the Graduate Certificate in Film and Media Studies offers masters and doctoral students an interdisciplinary concentration in the study of film and other visual- and sound-based media that will enhance students’ major field of study. By combining film courses in such diverse areas as Communication, English, History, European and Classical Languages, Hispanic Studies, Performance Studies, Philosophy, and Visualization, students can create a program of study that will enrich their understandings of the global and interdisciplinary dimensions of the media culture environment. The graduate certificate is open to any Texas A&M University student.
Graduate Certificate Requirements
• 3 hours course credit FILM 600, Methods of Film Study (or equivalent)
• 9 hours approved electives (only one upper-division undergraduate course may be applied), including Graduate Courses (3 hours of research may be applied)
• A list of approved courses may be found in the Graduate and Professional Catalog under the College of Liberal Arts Interdepartmental Programs
• Up to three hours of a 691 course may count toward the certificate if a student’s thesis or dissertation contains a significant focus on film