Minor in Screenwriting
The minor in screenwriting is intended to guide the student from the acquisition of basic screenwriting skills through the completion of a full-length feature screenplay. Fifteen of the credits are directly craft-oriented, teaching the student what she needs to know to translate her ideas into a format suitable for production; the other nine credits are dedicated to background knowledge intended to inform her creative thinking.
Film & video majors should note that they will be taking half of the courses in the screenwriting minor as part of their degree requirements, making this minor a relatively simple addition to their education.
|FMST 150||American Classic Cinema||3.0|
|FMST 160||European Cinema||3.0|
|SCRP 270 [WI]||Screenwriting I||3.0|
|SCRP 275 [WI]||Screenwriting II||3.0|
|SCRP 310||Literature for Screenwriters||3.0|
|SCRP 370||Screenplay Story Development||3.0|
|SCRP 380||Screenwriting Workshop I||3.0|
|SCRP 381||Screenwriting Workshop II||3.0|