In the World Cinemas minor, you’ll learn all about film aesthetics, history, and theory while exploring cinematic practices from different national and global traditions.
You can take classes across many departments in the Faculty of Arts depending on your area of interest, including East Asian Studies, English, Music, Hispanic Studies, Russian Studies and others.
In your final year, you can intern with an approved organization to gain practical work experience while earning course credit.
Studying World Cinema employs an artistic eye and analytical lens which is an asset in many fields, including communications and marketing. This program serves as excellent preparation for graduate studies in the arts – from Art History and Communications to Cultural and Curatorial Studies.
Potential Careers Include:
- Content producer
As a World Cinemas student, you'll take courses like:
Related Majors include:
Ready to apply?
For this program, you'll need to apply to the Faculty of Arts.
See the full eligibility information for more information about deadlines and required documents for your application.