Overview

Why study film and media?

The Department of Film and Media Studies unites the inquiry of the academic with the practice and technique of the artist. Scholars and filmmakers work and study together in an environment of mutual encouragement and collegiality.

Undergraduate Programs

The department offers Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of General Studies degrees, as well as a minor in film and media studies.

Courses for Nonmajors

The department offers many courses open to nonmajors who wish to learn more about film and media, including but not limited to FMS 100, FMS 200, FMS 311, FMS 314, and FMS 380. These 5 courses also fulfill a College principal course requirement.

Why study film and media?

The Department of Film and Media Studies unites the inquiry of the academic with the practice and technique of the artist. Scholars and filmmakers work and study together in an environment of mutual encouragement and collegiality.

Graduate Programs

The department offers graduate programs leading to a Master of Arts degree in film/media and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in film/media.

Contact Info

Department of Film and Media Studies

Oldfather Studios
1621 W. 9th St., Room 204
Lawrence, KS 66044-2488
785-864-1340
film@ku.edu
http://www.film.ku.edu/
Tamara Falicov, Chair
785-864-1340
tfalicov@ku.edu

Department of Film and Media Studies

Oldfather Studios
1621 W. 9th St., Room 204
Lawrence, KS 66044-2488
785-864-1340
film@ku.edu
http://www.film.ku.edu/
Catherine Preston, Undergraduate Advisor
785-864-1340

Department of Film and Media Studies

Oldfather Studios
1621 W. 9th St., Room 204
Lawrence, KS 66044-2488
785-864-1340
film@ku.edu
http://www.film.ku.edu/
Michael Baskett, Graduate Director
785-864-1340
eiga@ku.edu
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