See the film and video studies program web site for additional information on graduate education and career opportunities in film and video studies.
Faculty and Staff
Michael R. Ogden, communication
Liahna Armstrong, English, Ph.D.
Patricia Callaghan, English, D.A.
Toni Culjak, English, Ph.D.
Kelton Knight, foreign languages, Ph.D.
Stella Moreno, foreign languages, Ph.D.
Steven Olson, English, Ph.D.
Jerilyn McIntyre, communication, Ph.D.
Gerald Stacy, English, Ph.D.
Lois Breedlove, communication, M.A.
Jeffrey Dippmann, philosophy and religious studies, Ph.D.
Roxanne Easley, history, Ph.D.
Robert Fordan, communication, M.A.
Michael R. Ogden, communication, Ph.D.
Dieter Romboy, foreign languages, Ph.D.
Michael J. Smith, theatre arts, M.F.A.
Christina Barrigan, theatre arts, M.F.A.
Matt Manweller, political science, Ph.D.
Lene Pederson, anthropology, Ph.D.
Christopher Schedler, English, Ph.D.
Film and video studies program is an innovative, interdisciplinary, undergraduate program leading to a Bachelor of Arts in Film and Video Studies. Students complete a sequence of core courses and choose a specialization in either critical studies or production. Students may choose to complete both specializations; but may count only the core requirements toward both specializations. Minors are available in critical studies and visual literacy.
A film and video studies specialization or minor can be selected by students using the normal major or minor declaration process and with assistance from a faculty advisor. Any student with a minimum grade point average of 2.4 may be admitted to this program.