Film StudiesWestern Arts and Humanities

Program Requirements

HONORS SPECIALIZATION IN FILM STUDIES - for students who took Film 1020E

Admission Requirements
Completion of all first-year requirements with no failures. Students must have an average of at least 70% in 3.0 principal courses, including Film Studies 1020E plus 2.0 additional courses, with no mark in these principal courses below 60%.

Module
9.0 courses:
3.5 courses: Film Studies 2200F/G, 2250F/G, 2251E, 2253E, 3371F/G
0.5 course: Film Studies 2258F/G or any course at the 2200 level or above deemed to be in the area of Canadian Cinema
2.0 courses from: Film Studies 2255E, 2256F/G, 2260F/G, 2261F/G, 2270F/G, 2275F/G, 2295F/G, 3360F/G, 3370F/G
0.5 course from: Film Studies 4470F/G, 4472F/G, 4474F/G, 4490F/G, 4409E
0.5 courses from: Film Studies 2242F/G, 2243F/G, 2244E, 2245F/G, 2246F/G, 2247F/G, 3330F/G, 3373F/G or an approved course from another Department or Faculty
2.0 additional courses in Film Studies at the 2100 level or above (1.5 if Film Studies 4409E has been taken) or approved courses offered by other Departments or Faculties. No more than 1.0 of these courses may be at the 2100 level.

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HONORS SPECIALIZATION IN FILM STUDIES - for students who took Film 1022

Please note the following changes to this module:

Film 2200F/G and Film 2250F/G have been removed from the film modules. If you took either course previously, they will now be counted toward the elective portion of your module.

Film 2251E and Film2253E have been replaced by Film 2252F/G: World Cinema and Film 2254F/G: American Cinema. If you took either 2251E or 2253E previously, you are not required to take their replacements. A half credit (0.5) will be counted towards the new course and the remaining half added to the elective portion of your module.

Admission Requirements
Completion of all first-year requirements with no failures. Students must have an average of at least 70% in 3.0 principal courses, including Film Studies 1020E plus 2.0 additional courses, with no mark in these principal courses below 60%.

Module
9.0 courses:
2.0 courses: Film Studies 2230F/G, 2252F/G, 2254F/G, 3371F/G
0.5 course: Film Studies 2258F/G or any course at the 2200 level or above deemed to be in the area of Canadian Cinema
1.5 courses from: Film Studies 2255E, 2256F/G, 2260F/G, 2261F/G, 2270F/G, 2275F/G, 2295F/G, 3360F/G, 3370F/G
0.5 course from: Film Studies 4470F/G, 4472F/G, 4474F/G, 4490F/G, 4409E
1.5 courses from: Film Studies 2242F/G, 2243F/G, 2244E, 2245F/G, 2246F/G, 2247F/G, 3330F/G, 3373F/G or an approved course from another Department or Faculty
3.0 additional courses in Film Studies at the 2100 level or above (1.5 if Film Studies 4409E has been taken) or approved courses offered by other Departments or Faculties. No more than 1.0 of these courses may be at the 2100 level.

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SPECIALIZATION IN FILM STUDIES - for students who took Film 1020E

Admission Requirements
Completion of first-year requirements with no failures. Students must have an average of at least 60% in Film Studies 1020E.

Module
9.0 courses:

3.5 courses: Film Studies 2200F/G, 2250F/G, 2251E, 2253E, 3371F/G
0.5 course: Film Studies 2258F/G or any course at the 2200 level or above deemed to be in the area of Canadian Cinema
2.0 courses from: Film Studies 2255E, 2256F/G, 2260F/G, 2261F/G, 2270G/G, 2275F/G, 2295F/G, 3360F/G, 3370F/G
0.5 course from: Film Studies 2242F/G, 2243F/G, 2244E, 2245F/G, 2246F/G, 2247F/G, 3330F/G, 3373F/G or an approved course offered by another Department or Faculty
2.5 additional courses in Film Studies at the 2100 level or above or approved courses offered by other Departments or Faculties. No more than 1.0 of these courses may be at the 2100 level.

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SPECIALIZATION IN FILM STUDIES - for students who took Film 1022

Please note the following changes to this module

Film 2200F/G and Film 2250F/G have been removed from the film modules. If you took either course previously, they will now be counted toward the elective portion of your module.

Film 2251E and Film2253E have been replaced by Film 2252F/G: World Cinema and Film 2254F/G: American Cinema. If you took either 2251E or 2253E previously, you are not required to take their replacements. A half credit (0.5) will be counted towards the new course and the remaining half added to the elective portion of your module.

Admission Requirements

Completion of first-year requirements with no failures. Students must have an average of at least 60% in Film Studies 1020E.

Module
9.0 courses:

2.0 courses: Film Studies 2230F/G, 2252F/G, 2254F/G, 3371F/G
0.5 course: Film Studies 2258F/G or any course at the 2200 level or above deemed to be in the area of Canadian Cinema
1.5 courses from: Film Studies 2255E, 2256F/G, 2260F/G, 2261F/G, 2270G/G, 2275F/G, 2295F/G, 3360F/G, 3370F/G
2.0 course from: Film Studies 2242F/G, 2243F/G, 2244E, 2245F/G, 2246F/G, 2247F/G, 3330F/G, 3373F/G or an approved course offered by another Department or Faculty
3.0 additional courses in Film Studies at the 2100 level or above or approved courses offered by other Departments or Faculties. No more than 1.0 of these courses may be at the 2100 level.

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MAJOR IN FILM STUDIES - for students who took Film 1020E

Admission Requirements
Completion of first-year requirements, including Film Studies 1020E with a mark of at least 60%.

Module
6.0 courses:

1.5 courses: Film Studies 2250F/G, 2251E, 2253E
1.5 courses: Film Studies 2200F/G, 3371F/G, 3373F/G
1.0 courses from: Film Studies 2242F/G, 2243F/G, 2244E, 2245F/G, 2246F/G, 2247F/G, 2258F/G, 3330F/G or any course at the 2200 level or above in Canadian Cinema, or an approved course offered by another Department or Faculty
2.0 additional courses in Film Studies or approved courses offered by other Departments or Faculties. No more than 1.0 of these courses may be at the 2100 level.

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MAJOR IN FILM STUDIES - for students who took Film 1022

Please note the following changes to this module

Film 2200F/G and Film 2250F/G have been removed from the film modules. If you took either course previously, they will now be counted toward the elective portion of your module.

Film 2251E and Film2253E have been replaced by Film 2252F/G: World Cinema and Film 2254F/G: American Cinema. If you took either 2251E or 2253E previously, you are not required to take their replacements. A half credit (0.5) will be counted towards the new course and the remaining half added to the elective portion of your module.

Admission Requirements

Completion of first-year requirements, including Film Studies 1020E with a mark of at least 60%.

Module
6.0 courses:

1.0 courses: Film Studies 2252F/G, 2254F/G
1.5 courses: Film Studies 2230F/G, 3371F/G, 3373F/G
1.5 courses from: Film Studies 2242F/G, 2243F/G, 2244E, 2245F/G, 2246F/G, 2247F/G, 2258F/G, 3330F/G or any course at the 2200 level or above in Canadian Cinema, or an approved course offered by another Department or Faculty
2.0 additional courses in Film Studies or approved courses offered by other Departments or Faculties. No more than 1.0 of these courses may be at the 2100 level.

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MINOR IN FILM STUDIES - for students who took Film 1020E

Admission Requirements
Completion of first-year requirements, including Film Studies 1020E with a mark of at least 60%.

Module
4.0 courses:

1.5 courses: Film Studies 2200F/G, 2251E
0.5 courses: Film Studies 2158F/G, 2258F/G
2.0 additional courses in Film Studies at the 2100 level or above. No more than 1.0 of these courses may be at the 2100 level. Other courses may be substituted with permission of the Department.

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MINOR IN FILM STUDIES - for students who took Film 1022

Please note the following changes to this module

Film 2200F/G and Film 2250F/G have been removed from the film modules. If you took either course previously, they will now be counted toward the elective portion of your module.

Film 2251E and Film2253E have been replaced by Film 2252F/G: World Cinema and Film 2254F/G: American Cinema. If you took either 2251E or 2253E previously, you are not required to take their replacements. A half credit (0.5) will be counted towards the new course and the remaining half added to the elective portion of your module.

Admission Requirements

Completion of first-year requirements, including Film Studies 1020E with a mark of at least 60%.

Module
4.0 courses:

1.0 courses: Film Studies 2230F/G, 2252F/G
0.5 courses: Film Studies 2158F/G, 2258F/G
2.5 additional courses in Film Studies at the 2100 level or above. No more than 1.0 of these courses may be at the 2100 level. Other courses may be substituted with permission of the Department.

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MINOR IN GENERAL CINEMA STUDIES

Admission Requirements
Completion of first-year requirements, including Film Studies 1020E with a mark of at least 60%.

Module
4.0 courses in Film Studies at the 2100 level or above