Cinema and Photography Major — B.S.
Jack Bryant, Assistant Professor and Program Director
The bachelor of science (B.S.) program in cinema and photography (120 credits) has two concentrations -- cinema production, and still photography. Majors typically choose their concentration before registering for the first semester of their sophomore year. The bachelor of science program allows students to choose a significant number of elective courses and/or minors from the broad range of offerings at the college.
Entering majors must have their own light meters and digital SLR cameras. In addition, students must pay for laboratory services and purchase materials such as photographic film and paper, mounting board, motion picture film, videotapes, and digital storage media.
All majors must complete a minimum of 60 credits outside communications, and a minimum of 60 credits in courses designated as liberal arts (LA).
|Major Core Requirements||12|
|Major Concentration Requirements||30|
|Integrative Core Curriculum (ICC) Requirements 1||29|
|Other Elective Courses||49|
Total Credits must include 60 liberal arts credits and 60 credits outside the Park School
see ICC requirements for Park School
|Major Core Requirements|
|GCOM 13000||Spark: Igniting your Future in Communications||1|
|CNPH 10100||Introduction to Film Aesthetics and Analysis (ICC-CLA)||3|
|CNPH 11100||Cinema Production 1||4|
|CNPH 14100||Introduction to Photography (ICC-CLA)||4|
|Additional Requirements for Concentrations|
|Select one concentration from the list below 1||30|
Cinema & Photography majors may declare only one concentration that must be declared by the end of the sophomore year.
Cinema Production Concentration
|CNPH 20200||Cinema in Exhibition 1||1|
|CNPH 21000-CNPH 21099||Special Topics in Cinema Production 2||3|
|CNPH 21400||Hollywood and American Film (ICC-CLA) 3||4|
|CNPH 22400||Cinema Production 2||4|
|MASS 13400||Writing for Screen Media||3|
|CNPH 30000||Fiction Film Theory (offered in Los Angeles / both courses are ICC-CLA & WI)||3|
|or CNPH 30100||History and Theory of Documentary|
|Select two of the following: 4||8|
|Advanced Cinema Production: Fiction|
|Advanced Cinema Production: Nonfiction|
|Advanced Cinema Production: Experimental|
|Advanced Cinema Production: Animation|
CNPH 33001-CNPH 33099
|CNPH 42000||Thesis Cinema Production||4|
|or CNPH 45000||Cinema Production Practicum|
Must take concurrent with CNPH 20200
This course fulfills Identities/World of Systems themes and CA/HU perspectives.
Still Photography Concentration
|CNPH 20310||The Photograph in Exhibition||1|
|CNPH 24000||History of Photography (ICC-CLA)||3|
|CNPH 24200||Intermediate Photography||4|
|CNPH 30400-CNPH 30499||Photo: Selected Topics 1||8|
|CNPH 40200||Photographers' Forum||1|
|CNPH 44000||Contemporary Photographic Issues (ICC-CLA)||3|
|CNPH 44300||Photo Workshop||4|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|Introduction to Visual Culture|
|Nineteenth-Century European Art|
|Twentieth-Century European Art|
|Selected Topics in Art History: Thematic Topic|
|American Visual Culture: 1690-1960|
|Art since 1960|
|Studies in Art from Baroque to Modern|
|Selected Topics in Art History|
Two topics required; must be taken twice.