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A minor in Film and Media Studies consists of eight courses: an introduction to the study of cinema, two courses on the history of cinema, four courses on particular cinema topics in context, and a culmination course. Students learn to think and write critically about cinema as a significant form of culture.
The English program at MSU Denver offers you opportunities to stretch intellectually, creatively and professionally through internships, student teaching, the Sigma Tau Delta Honors Society and the following:
An MSU Denver Minor in Film and Media Studies can be your springboard to careers ranging from writing and teaching to law and public service. Here are a few career paths to consider:
Assistant Professor Chereka Dickerson teaches African American literature and Black women writers. She is in the process of completing her Ph.D. dissertation in U.S. minority and women’s literature.
Professor Cynthia Kuhn is the author of the Lila Maclean Mystery Series. Her debut novel, The Semester of Our Discontent, received the 2017 Agatha Award for best first mystery.
Professor Jason Miller is a fiction writer, screenwriter and Pushcart-Prize nominee whose work has been published in the Starry Night Literary Review, Literary Potpourri, Ink Pot #2, Burning Word and Outsider Ink among others.
I’ve had wonderful professors who’ve inspired me to continue my education and get the best out of my education.
MSU Denver English program alumni have been hired by the following organizations:
MSU Denver English alumni have been accepted for post-graduate study at numerous schools, including: