Courses in Other Departments

Courses in History of Art and Architecture, Theater, Dance and Media, and some courses in the domain of cultural studies may be counted for concentration credit for concentrators, subject to the approval of the Director of Undergraduate Studies. Ordinarily, not more than two courses taken outside Art, Film, and Visual Studies may be so counted.

Students interested in taking additional courses for concentration credit outside the department should consult the Director of Undergraduate Studies or the Manager of Academic Programs prior to enrolling if the course, if possible.

All concentrators are required to submit a Course Requirement Substitution Form petitioning for credit for a non-departmental course, along with an active link to the syllabus for the course.

The following courses have been approved for AFVS concentrators, not secondary field students, to take for departmental elective credit. 

FALL 2021

American Dreams Made in Hollywood and Beyond

GENED 1043

Images of and by Afro-Latinos

AFRAMER 181Y

Visualization

COMPSCI 171

Tattoo: Histories and Practices

FOLKMYTH 176

Assertive Stitches: Domestic Arts and Public Conflict

FOLKMYTH 177

Global Japanese Cinema

GENED 1145

Spanish Film from Buñuel to Almodóvar

SPANISH 122

Foundations in Design: Scenography 1

TDM 151

Foundations in Design: Scenography 2

TDM 151B

Introduction to Screenwriting: Workshop

ENGLISH CLR

Writing for Television: Developing the Pilot: Workshop

ENGLISH CTV

SPRING 2022

Vision and Justice: The Art of Race and American Citizenship

GENED 1022

Squaring the Circle: Russia, Art, Revolution

SLAVIC 114

Directorial Concepts and Set Design of the 20th and 21st Centuries

TDM 150

East Asian Cinema

GENED 1049

Film Music/Film Sound

MUSIC 244

Advanced Screenwriting: Workshop

ENGLISH CALR

Introduction to Screenwriting: Workshop

ENGLISH CLR