RTF 321D RTF 321D. Film History to 1960. 3 Hours.
Introductory survey of the history of world cinema to 1960. Explores the development of film as a narrative medium, key filmmakers, films, and of the origins of the main elements of film grammar. Three lecture hours and two and one-half hours of film screenings a week for one semester. Radio-Television-Film 321D and 322C may not both be counted. Radio-Television-Film 306 and 321D may not both be counted. Prerequisite: Upper-division standing.
To be awarded the degree of Bachelor of Science in Radio-Television-Film, the candidate must complete 120 semester hours of coursework and must fulfill the University's General Requirements for graduation and the Core Curriculum requirements, the college graduation requirements, the requirements and policies listed in Academic Policies and Procedures, and the requirements given in Prescribed Work, and Major Requirements, below.