An Intensive Immersion in the Art of Film
The cinema studies major offers students an opportunity for intensive study of the art of film through a broad range of courses in history and aesthetics.
Interdisciplinary and Rigorous
This interdisciplinary degree program is rigorous and highly selective, with official admission to the program contingent on successful completion of Introduction to Cinema Studies I and II during the freshman year and a qualifying examination in film history and aesthetics, which is given at the end of the freshman year.
Cinema Studies Faculty (Board of Study)
Anne M. Kern, PhD, Yale University
Carmen Oquendo-Villar, PhD, Harvard University
Michelle Stewart, PhD, University of Minnesota
Gregory Taylor, PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Agustin Zarzosa, PhD, University of California, Los Angeles
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School of Film and Media Studies Faculty
For additional information and updates during 2013–2015, please visit www.purchase.edu/departments/AcademicPrograms/LAS/FilmMediaStudies/