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FILM STUDIES

 

Case Western Reserve offers many opportunities for film study.


Case Western Reserve undergraduate and grad students can take film courses on a wide range of topics, taught by faculty across the university. The university and surrounding area institutions provide a rich environment for watching and discussing films.



Learn about two ways
undergraduates can study film:

 
The Minor in Film

The English Major with a Concentration in Film




See what some undergraduates who studied film at CWRU have gone on to do.




English Majors Pursuing the Honors Track

ENGL 367—Introduction to Film

is an approved substitute for the
ENGL 387—Critical Theory requirement.

Look for ENGL 367 in both the
Fall and Spring
English Department course offerings
and on SIS.


For more information about film studies at Case Western Reserve, contact Robert Spadoni, Associate Professor in the Department of English.