Graduate Minor in Moving Image Studies

Moving image, media & sound (MIMS) highlights the many technical, economic, aesthetic, formal, historical, and theoretical issues that inform the ways moving images play out in contemporary culture.

MIMS helps position graduate students for the job market in the context of a pervasive moving image culture that coincides with the globalization of capital and information in the new millennium. It provides them with the analytical tools and critical skills to understand the role of moving images in global mass communication, entertainment, and the articulation of knowledge and belief systems.

The minor program comprises courses from 13 different academic departments within the College of Liberal Arts. A list of approved courses is curated on a per-semester basis. Learn more about courses and requirements.

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