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University of Tulsa (Henry Kendall College of Arts and Sciences (Film Studies))




The College of Arts and Sciences provides its students with a broad foundation of study in the fine and performing arts, humanities, and social sciences. And the college offers more than 25 major areas of study in disciplines as diverse as the fine arts, communication, computer science, languages, and psychology.

As a first-year student, you will study with senior faculty in First Seminar, a small class that explores a specific topic in depth; and you will complete a freshman orientation course designed to introduce you to the opportunities awaiting you in college.

You will be assigned a faculty advisor upon enrolling in the College of Arts and Sciences. When you choose your major, which usually occurs by the end of the sophomore year, you will be assigned an advisor in your major area of study to help you coordinate your schedule and take advantage of courses that interest you.

You also will have the opportunity to conduct research in your specific area of interest under the close guidance of your professors, or to structure an independent study course specifically tailored to your academic and career goals.

The 33-hour interdisciplinary program in Film Studies provides liberal arts students with the history, theory, and production techniques of film and prepares the more professionally minded student with the knowledge and experience necessary to continue to study in graduate school.



School name:University of TulsaHenry Kendall College of Arts and Sciences (Film Studies)
Address:600 South College
Zip & city:OK 74104 Oklahoma
Phone:(918) 631-2307
Web:http://www.cas.utulsa.edu/filmstudies/
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