Case Western Reserve English majors can concentrate in film. Students incorporate into their fulfillment of the major requirements nine credits of film study, including ENGL 367—Introduction to Film.
See what some undergraduates who studied film at CWRU have gone on to do.
TOTAL CREDITS: 9
REQUIRED COURSE: ENGL 367—INTRODUCTION TO FILM
Take this course first or as early in the sequence as possible.
THE REMAINING 6 CREDITS can consist of any combination of the following:
ENGL 368 courses have included History of Film: Origins to Present, The Horror Film, Great Directors, The Hollywood Musical, Peninsular Spanish Cinema, Literature in Film, Films of Alfred Hitchcock, Asian Cinema and Drama, American Cinema History and Culture, Images of Women in Films, Introduction to Film Genres, Science Fiction Films, Latin American Cinema, Watching Movies, Dance on Screen, Film Music, and Storytelling & Cinema.
Students can take up to 12 credits of ENGL 368, but there are ways to take more if you think you’re nearing this limit. Contact Robert Spadoni to learn how.
Courses that have counted as electives toward the film concentrationi include: Latin American Cinema, Black Religion and Film, The Hollywood Musical, Topics in German Cinema, Film Music, Jewish Image in Popular Culture, French Cinema, James Bond and Popular Culture, Classics in Film, and Folklore & Myth in Japanese Film.
Students interested in having one of these courses or another course count as an elective, contact Robert Spadoni.
Up to 3 credits of the film concentration can count toward another English major concentration.
STUDENTS MAJORING IN ENGLISH and also TAKING A LOT OF FILM COURSES occasionally run up against the 42-credit limit of ENGL courses that can count toward graduating. If you think you might reach this limit, look for cross lists for ENGL film courses (WLIT for example).