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The University of Toledo offers a Bachelor of Arts degree in Film/Video as well as two minors programs, the Film/Video Minor and the Cinema Studies Minor.
The BA in Film/Video is offered through the Department of Theatre and Film, which is housed in the College of Communication and the Arts.
Our faculty is committed to your success as a student and as an artist. Visit our faculty page to learn more about them. You'll find they are accomplished artists inside and outside the classroom. Their professional relationships can be tremendously helpful to students making professional contacts as they begin their careers.
As a student in the UT Department of Theatre and Film you will also have many opportunities to hone your craft outside the classroom. Through internships, assistantships, faculty mentorships, collaborations with other programs, competitions, film festivals, and opportunities to study abroad, Film/Video students are offered a rich array of experience. Students will also have the opportunity to attend conferences and workshops, as well as benefit from guest artist presentations and similar events.
Film Program Student Learning Objectives:
1. Students will evaluate and critique the communication, aesthetic, and design principles in film/video, including the use of time as an expressive design consideration.
2. Through written and oral presentation, students will construct critical perspectives using the common elements and vocabulary of cinema.
3. Students will describe and analyze major events in the history of film/video, its artistic and technological evolution, and explain basic concepts of aesthetic and critical theory.
4. Students will select and apply the best practices of production and technology to their art.
5. Students will interpret and develop intermediate to advanced competence in one or more creative specializations in the art of film/video.