Master of Humanities - Film Studies

Tiffin University’s Film Studies concentration guides students through an in-depth exploration of significant film from the early days of Hollywood to contemporary world cinema in courses such as Cult and Independent Film, Classic Hollywood Cinema, World Cinema, and Documentary Film.  Our Film Censorship course examines social issues related to the dissemination of film, and students also have the opportunity to experience writing for film first hand with our Screenwriting course.

Interdisciplinary Core:

  • ART 623 Aesthetics
  • HUM 510 Introduction to Graduate Humanities
  • ENG 564 Literary Theory (pre-requisites ART 623 and HUM 510)

Film Studies Electives:

  • ART 515 Teaching College Art
  • ART 530 Cult and Independent Film&
  • COM 532 Documentary Film&
  • ART 533 Film Censorship
  • ART 534 Third Cinema
  • ART 535 Classic Hollywood Cinema
  • ART 562 Film Theory
  • ENG 531 Studies in Genre Fiction

Capstone or Exam Option

  • HUM 680 Capstone Project
  • HUM 681 Comprehensive Exam