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The minor in cinematic arts combines an introduction to this exciting and influential field with a diversified set of classes in critical studies, production, screenwriting, the entertainment industry, animation, and interactive media. The curriculum is purposely flexible; students may choose to sample different areas in their upperdivision courses or emphasize a single primary interest, such as production.
To be eligible for the cinematic arts minor, a student must be in good academic standing and have a declared major. To declare the cinematic arts minor a student must submit a Change of Major/Minor form to Cinematic Arts Office of Student Services, SCB 105.
Course Requirements for the Minor
A total of 20 units is required for the minor in cinematic arts, one 4-unit lower-division course and 16 upperdivision units.