BA in Visual and Dramatic Arts - Film and Photography Track: Single Major Program By Rice University |Top Universities

BA in Visual and Dramatic Arts - Film and Photography Track: Single Major

BA in Visual and Dramatic Arts - Film and Photography Track: Single Major

Rice University

Rice University, Houston, United States
  • QS World University Rankings
    94
  • Degree BA
  • Study Level Bachelors
  • Duration 24 months

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Program Learning Outcomes for the Film and Photography Track Students graduating from this program will: Understand the social, aesthetic, and technological history of film and photography. Become fluent in both older forms of filmmaking and photography and newer ones. Grasp the relationship between the tools and the art. Utilize the understanding and the fluency to create works of art. Degree Requirements for the Film and Photography Track Single Major 12 courses are required REQUIRED COURSES One course from the following: i. FILM 225 Introduction to Filmmaking and Editing ii. FOTO 205 Introduction to Black & White Photography FOTO 210/HART 209 Beginning Digital Photography FILM 327/ANTH 324/ARTS 327 Documentary Production & FILM 328/ARTS 328 Filmmaking I OR any two courses from the following: i. FOTO 295 Special Problems in Photography ii. FOTO 310 Intermediate Digital Photography iii. FOTO 383 Photography Bookmaking iv. FOTO 385 Photography Seminar v. FOTO 390/ESCI 380 Visualizing Nature One course from the following: i. FILM 420 Film Studio ii. FOTO 410 Advanced Digital Photography One course from the following: i. FILM 280/ARTS 280/HART 280 History and Aesthetics of Film ii. FILM 284/HART 284 Non-Fiction Film iii. FILM 383/HART 383 Global Cinema iv. FILM 432/ARTS 432 Film Genre: The Western v. FILM 435/ARTS 435/HART 480 Film Authorship vi. ARTS 388 Critical Studies for Studio Practice Four (4) elective courses in studio arts (ARTS), film (FILM), theater (THEA), or photography (FOTO) Two (2) elective courses in theory/criticism of studio arts (ARTS), theatre (THEA), or film/media studies (offered in the departments of Anthropology, English, French Studies, History, etc.). NOTE: Open selections may be qualified by course prerequisites. Elective courses should be selected in consultation with a Visual and Dramatic Arts faculty advisor. ARTS 294 Special Problems: Junior Field Trip (recommended) This program based on Film and Photography Track. In addition to Film and Photography Track, there are Studio Art Track, Theatre Track also available.