Master of Humanities

Film Studies

Online
Hurry! Classes Start Jan 15, 2018
Classes Start Six Times Per Year For Ultimate Flexibility

Goals and Course Topics

Study What You Love

Life is a movie. You are the star. Make it a happy ending. Study what you love with TU’s master’s in film studies that combines art and communication. With courses that include topics on cult and independent films, censorship, classic Hollywood, you will be well on your way to become the director, screenwriter or teacher to make your tale a happy one.

Your Film Studies Program

This online course of study guides Tiffin University students through an in-depth exploration of significant film from the early days of Hollywood to contemporary world cinema in courses such as Cult and Independent Film, Classic Hollywood Cinema, World Cinema and Documentary Film.

Practical Education

Tiffin University’s Master of Humanities Film Studies concentration program offers the benefits of a comprehensive curriculum taught by professors who are highly qualified academically and professionally, in an online environment that provides students with the flexibility they need to balance life and learning.

Format

Online: 15-week semester starting in January, May and August

Who Is This Program For?

This specific concentration is a helpful supplement for students who wish to pursue a teaching career in Art or English at the two-year college level.

Average degree completion for a full-time student
4.5 Semesters
Average degree completion for a part-time student
8 Semesters

At a Glance

  • Regional accreditations
  • No application fees
  • Flexible start dates
  • Accepts transfer credits

Professional Fields

  • Art/English Teaching
  • Cinematography
  • Direction/Production
  • Editorial Assistance
  • Film/Video Editing
  • Publicity
  • Screenwriting

 

SAMPLE COURSE

Cult and Independent Film (ART530)

This course examines various cult films and the cult film phenomenon. From the definition (or designation) of “cult” to the unusual yet vital role in society this non-genre fills, the cult film does not fit into traditional critical rhetoric. Instead, by being a marginalized area of film, the cult film and the audiences of this phenomenon deconstruct mainstream film entertainment and analysis.