Film and Television Minor
Students must pursue either film or television as a sequence of study. The film and television (FITV) minor requires six courses. Required courses are:
|Departmental Introductory Course|
|COMM 1010||Introduction to Communication and Media Studies (if taken before spring 2017)||3|
|or COMM 1000||Fundamentals of Communication and Media Studies|
|Ethics, Law, and Policy Course|
|Select one ethics, law, and policy course ordinarily taken senior year 1|
|Select one of the following sequences:|
For students interested in pursuing the film sequence:
|History of Film, 1895-1950|
or FITV 3501
|Film Theory and Criticism|
For students interested in pursuing the television sequence:
|History of Television|
or FITV 3601
|Television Theory and Criticism|
|Select any two courses with the FITV subject code 2|
Any course with the CELP attribute code may fulfill this requirement. Courses that have the CELP attribute typically explore the legal and regulatory frameworks within which media industries operate, and examine the ethical and moral questions that shape media production.
Any course with the FITV subject code may fulfill this requirement.
The minor in film and television is available at Fordham College at Rose Hill and Fordham College at Lincoln Center.