Global/Non-US Media Approved Course List

Media Studies Majors must complete at least one elective from this list. Courses with an asterisk (*) also fulfill the Diversity and Identity Requirement.

Courses are subjet to their department's offering them and allowing Media Studies students to enroll.

ARAB 5850 Media Arabic I

CHTR 3850 Documentary Writing and Film in China

CHTR 5850 Chinese Documentary and Film

FREN 3584 Introduction to French Cinema (all topics)

FREN 4584 Advanced Topic French Cinema

FREN 4586 Dangerous Liaisons in Film

FREN 4743 Africa in Cinema

FRTR 3584 All Topics

GETR 3471 Weimer Cinema

GETR 3559 Screening Nature: The Environment on Film (S18)

GETR 3561 The Frankfurt School and its American Legacy

GETR 3562 New German Cinema

GETR 3500/3566 Dark Passages: Film Noir and Exile

GETR 3590 Serial Media

GETR 3590 Old Media, New Media

GETR 3590 Reporters at War

GETR 3590 Media Technology and Serial Art

GETR 3610 Film under Facism

GETR 3620 World Cinema

HIEU 3604 The Holocause on Film

ITTR 3107 Evolution of Media in Italy: From Unification to the Present

ITTR 3280 Michelangelo: The Artist, The Man and His Times

ITTR 3559 Italy on Screen: Sex, Gender and Racial Identities in the Glocal Context (F18)

ITTR 3670 Contemporary Italian Cinema: From Canon to the Fringe

ITTR 3770 Culture of Italian Comedy

ITTR 3775 Acting Italian - Benigni, Goldoni, Fo

ITTR 4820 Italian Pop Culture

JAPN 4830 Media Japanese

JPTR 3320 Cinematic Images of Japanese Culture and Society

KRTR 3030 Survey of Korean Cinema

KRTR 5030 Survey Korean Cinema

MDST 3107 Evolution of Media in Italy: From Unification to the Present

MDST 3110 Hollywood Goes to Asia

MDST 3120 Global Media & Cybersecurity

MDST 3201 New German Cinema

MDST 3205 New Latin American Cinema*

MDST 3207 Experimental Ethnography*

MDST 3300 Global Media

MDST 3310 Sound and Cinema

MDST 3420 Media and Power in Iran

MDST 3500 Comparative Histories of the Internet

MDST 3502 Topics Course: Mediterranean Cinema

MDST 3504 Topics in Global Media -- All Topics

MDST 3510 Border Media* (note: this course can be used to fulfill the either the 3510 Research requirement OR the Global Requirement--it cannot be used for both)

MDST 3559 Iranian Cinema (S22)

MDST 3559 Small Cinemas in Small Nations (S22)

MDST 3584 All Topics

MDST 3610 Film Under Fascism: Ideology and Entertainment

MDST 3630 Screening Terrorism

MDST 3706 Media in China: Technology, Policy and Commerce

MDST 3720 Social Media and Global South Societies (previously MDST 3559)

MDST 4210 Global Environmental Media

MDST 4251 Histories of Games 

MDST 4510/4261 Internet-Distributed TV in a Global Context

MDST 4510 Media and Modern Life in India (this may fulfill the capstone OR elective requirement, but not both)

MDST 4559 Internet Policy & Regulation (S19)

MDST 4704 Political Economy of Communication

MDST 4705 Spanish Mass Media

MESA 3111 Film Festivals & Global Media Cultures

POTR 4240 Contemporary Brazilian Cinema

POTR 4260 Brazilian Media

POTR 4270 The Civilization of Brazil

POTR 4559 Streaming the Americas - Internet-Distributed Television in the American Hemisphere (Sp 20)

SAST 3300 The Pleasures of Bollywood: Melodram, Realism, Mythos*

SAST 3400 Pop. Cult. in S. Asia: Vis.Aesth

SPAN 4600 Literature and Cinema

SPAN 4705 Spanish Mass Media

SPAN 4715 Cuban Culture Through Cinema

WGS 4500 Gender in South Asian Cinema*