This minor is offered through a partnership with the Council of Christian Colleges & Universities Los Angeles Film Studies Center. Therefore, the requirements for admittance to this program are subject to criteria established by Emmanuel College and the CCCU.
To be considered for a minor in Film Studies, students must meet these requirements:
1. Complete EN 101, EN 102, and CM 130 with a grade of “C-“ or higher;
2. Hold a cumulative grade point average of 2.75 or higher;
3. Apply and be accepted to the Los Angeles Film Studies Center.
In addition to completion of the Liberal Arts Core and completion of the requirements for a major in another area, the following courses must be taken to qualify for a Film Studies Minor. There can be no duplication of course work in this minor. Therefore, if any of the following courses are required by one’s major, additional courses will need to be completed for a total of 16-19 hours of credit for the minor. Where there are prerequisites, they must be met. A grade a “C-” or higher is required for each course taken in this minor.
Non-Communication Majors Only will take the following course:
CM 201 (Storytelling & Screenwriting) 3 hrs.
CM 370 (Hollywood Production) 3 hrs.
CM 375 (Theology in Hollywood) 4 hrs.
CM 403 (Internship) 6 hrs.
CM 470 (Film Elective) 3 hrs.
Total 16-19 hrs.
*Emmanuel students will not be allowed to participate in the CCCU off-campus film studies program unless they complete the CCCU application process, are accepted by the CCCU, and pay in full all tuition and fees associated with their off-campus semester no later than one-month prior to the first day of off-campus classes. (FACTS agreements which extend beyond this one-month deadline will not be considered payment in full.) Acceptance into the Emmanuel College Film Studies Minor does not guarantee acceptance into the CCCU off-campus film studies program. www.bestsemester.com/lafsc/