Bachelor of Arts – Film and Video Minor
Students in the Film and Video program at Georgia State learn to become critical producers and consumers of film, television, and new media.
Guided by respected scholars and award-winning mediamakers, students gain an interdisciplinary perspective on our media-saturated world. They learn
- to make film and television programs that engage audiences and promotes a point-of-view;
- to understand film and television in their cultural, historical, industrial, and theoretical contexts.
The general education in Film and Video is ideal for preparing students for careers in several different media, including film/video production (from independent filmmaking to video training), writing for the media, management for media businesses, and teaching.
- 15-18 semester hours in the specific area including at least 9 hours at the 3000 level or above.
- Film 1010 and Film 2700 are required courses.
- Students taking more than 15 hours can may count the additional hours towards their electives.
- All courses must be completed with an average or “C” or better.
* All Film Production courses are restricted to majors only.