Faculty of Arts and Humanities - University of East Anglia

Bachelor in Film Studies and Art History - Grado en Estudios de Cine e Historia del Arte

Faculty of Arts and Humanities - University of East Anglia
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  • Modalidad:
    Presencial
  • Precio:
    Consultar rellenando el formulario
  • Comienzo:
    Septiembre 2017
  • Lugar:
    Norwich
    Reino Unido
  • Duración:
    3 Años
  • Idioma:
    El Curso se imparte en Inglés
  • Titulación:
    BA Film Studies and Art History
  • Otras Convocatorias:

    Presentación

    The BA Film Studies and Art History provides an exciting opportunity to connect two areas of visual culture central to modernity. The course combines the Faculty´s expertise in Film, Television and Media Studies and Art History and World Art Studies.

    The course enables you to combine analysis of the moving image with the study of art history in Europe, the Americas, Asia, Africa and the Pacific. Modules are taught by academics with direct experience of film making, as well as internationally-recognised experts in film studies and art history.

    You will be offered a balanced range of modules in film studies and art history, alongside opportunities to work directly on video, documentary and television studio productions. Starting with a broad introduction to film studies and art history, this joint degree then enables you to develop your own interests in the second and third years, alongside experience of film-making. The degree programme is flexible enough to allow you to explore new issues and forms from both disciplines.

    Requisitos

    Qualification: BA (Hons)
    A Level: ABB including at least one humanities subject
    International Baccalaureate: 32 points including at least one Higher Level humanities subject at grade 5 or above
    Scottish Highers: At least one Advanced Higher preferred
    Scottish Advanced Highers: ABB including at least one humanities subject
    Irish Leaving Certificate: AABBBB including at least one humanities subject
    Access Course: Please contact the University for further information
    BTEC: DDM (Arts and Humanities subject preferred)
    European Baccalaureate: 75% including at least one humanities subject at 70% or above

    Programa

     FORM AND FUNCTION
     LEARNING FROM OBJECTS
     STUDIES IN FILM HISTORY
     WHAT IS FILM HISTORY?
    Option A Study (40 credits)
    Students will select 40 credits from the following modules:
    Students will select 20 credits from modules beginning ARTA4* and 20 credits from modules beginning FTMM4*
     ANALYSING FILM
     ANALYSING TELEVISION
     EARLY ISLAM: TRADITION, INVENTION AND DIFFUSION
     FILM, TELEVISION AND NEW MEDIA
     FORM AND FUNCTION
     INTERROGATING CULTURE
     INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY
     INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGY
     INTRODUCTION TO ART HISTORY
     INTRODUCTION TO GALLERY AND MUSEUM STUDIES
     LEARNING FROM OBJECTS
     MAKERS AND MAKING
     MEDIA INDUSTRIES
     MEDIA REGULATION
     RENAISSANCE ART AND CULTURAL EXCHANGES IN EUROPE
     RUSSIAN MODERNISM: ART, ARCHITECTURE, PHOTOGRAPHY, FILM
     STUDIES IN FILM HISTORY
     WHAT IS FILM HISTORY?
    Compulsory Study (40 credits)
    Students must study the following modules for 40 credits:
     CATEGORIES AND CONCEPTS
     FILM THEORY
    Option A Study (20 credits)
    Students will select 20 credits from the following modules:
     BRITISH FILM and TELEVISION
     DOCUMENTARY: HISTORY, THEORY, CRITICISM
     INTRODUCTION TO VIDEO PRODUCTION
     INTRODUCTION TO VIDEO PRODUCTION
     TELEVISION STUDIO PRODUCTION
     TELEVISION STUDIO PRODUCTION
     THE PRACTICE OF SCREENWRITING: ISSUES IN ADAPTATION
     THE PRACTICE OF SCREENWRITING: ISSUES IN ADAPTATION
    Option B Study (40 credits)
    Students will select 40 credits from the following modules:
     "THE ARTS IN BRITAIN FROM SUTTON HOO TO THE BOOK OF KELLS, c. 600-850"
     AMSTERDAM IN THE GOLDEN AGE
     ART AND ARCHITECTURE IN GEORGIAN NORWICH
     CATEGORIES AND CONCEPTS
     CONCEALING AND REVEALING: ANCESTORS, SPIRITS AND KINGS
     CONTEMPORARY GALLERY AND MUSEUM STUDIES
     CRITICAL THINKING
     ERASMUS SEMESTER ABROAD
     ERASMUS SEMESTER ABROAD
     ERASMUS YEAR ABROAD
     IMAGE, WORD AND MODERNITY IN BRITAIN, c.1800-1918
     INDIGENOUS ARTS AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLES
     INTRODUCTION TO JAPANESE ART AND ARCHAEOLOGY
     MATERIAL WORLDS
     NORTH AMERICA /AUSTRALASIA COMPULSORY YEAR ABROAD
     THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF ANCIENT CYPRUS
    Option C Study (20 credits)
    Students will select 20 credits from the following modules:
    AMSS5019A and AMSS5024B are recommended modules.
     "THE ARTS IN BRITAIN FROM SUTTON HOO TO THE BOOK OF KELLS, c. 600-850"
     19TH CENTURY AMERICAN WRITING
     20TH CENTURY AMERICAN POETRY
     ADAPTATION: SHAKESPEARE ON STAGE AND SCREEN
     ADOLESCENCE IN AMERICAN CULTURE POST-1950
     AMERICA AND VIETNAM
     AMERICA IN THE WORLD: THE HISTORY OF U.S. FOREIGN RELATIONS
     AMERICA IN THE WORLD: THE HISTORY OF U.S. FOREIGN RELATIONS
     AMERICAN MASCULINITIES
     AMERICAN MUSIC
     AMERICAN PARIS BETWEEN THE WARS
     AMERICAN WOMEN WRITERS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
     AMSTERDAM IN THE GOLDEN AGE
     ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY
     ANGLO-SAXON ENGLAND, C. 500-1066
     ART AND ARCHITECTURE IN GEORGIAN NORWICH
     AUDIO DRAMA: THE THEATRE OF THE MIND
     AUSTEN AND THE BRONTES: READING THE ROMANCE
     BEYOND PHILOSOPHICAL THEORIES: THE PHILOSOPHY OF WITTGENSTEIN
     BORDERLANDS OF THE AMERICAN SOUTHWEST
     BRITAIN AND EUROPE
     BRITISH FILM and TELEVISION
     BUILDING BLOCKS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
     CATEGORIES AND CONCEPTS
     COMEDY AND THE ABSURD IN DRAMA
     COMPARATIVE POLITICS
     CONCEALING AND REVEALING: ANCESTORS, SPIRITS AND KINGS
     CONSUMER CULTURE AND SOCIETY
     CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN FICTION
     CONTEMPORARY BRITISH THEATRE (SUMMER SCHOOL)
     CONTEMPORARY GALLERY AND MUSEUM STUDIES
     CONTEMPORARY WRITING
     CREATIVE INDUSTRIES RESEARCH INTERNSHIP (AUT)
     CREATIVE INDUSTRIES RESEARCH INTERNSHIP (SPR)
     CREATIVE INDUSTRIES RESEARCH PROJECT (AUT)
     CREATIVE INDUSTRIES RESEARCH PROJECT (SPR)
     CREATIVE WRITING: INTRODUCTION (AUT)
     CREATIVE WRITING: INTRODUCTION (SPR)
     CREATIVE WRITING: POETRY (AUT)
     CREATIVE WRITING: POETRY (SPR)
     CREATIVE WRITING: PROSE FICTION (AUT)
     CREATIVE WRITING: PROSE FICTION (SPR)
     CREATIVE WRITING: SCRIPTWRITING (AUT)
     CREATIVE WRITING: SCRIPTWRITING (SPR)
     CREATIVE WRITING:AN INTRODUCTION (SUMMER SCHOOL)
     CRITICAL THEORY AND PRACTICE
     CRITICAL THINKING
     CULTURAL THEORY AND ANALYSIS
     DEMOCRATIC THEORY
     DEVISED PERFORMANCE
     DISCOURSE AND SOCIETY (LEVEL 5)
     DOCUMENTARY: HISTORY, THEORY, CRITICISM
     DOING IT YOURSELF: PUNK AND AMERICA
     DRAMA OUTREACH PROJECT
     EARLY MEDIEVAL EUROPE
     EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY WRITING
     EPISTEMOLOGY and METAPHYSICS
     ERASMUS EXCHANGE: AUTUMN SEMESTER
     ERASMUS EXCHANGE: SPRING SEMESTER
     ERASMUS SEMESTER ABROAD
     ERASMUS SEMESTER ABROAD
     ERASMUS YEAR ABROAD
     EU´S FUTURE AS AN INTERNATIONAL ACTOR
     EUROPEAN LITERATURE: ENCOUNTERS WITH ´OTHERNESS´
     FAITH, DEATH and NIRVANA: THEMES IN PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION
     FILMS THAT MADE US AMERICAN: THE 1980S THROUGH THE MOVIES
     FROM AGINCOURT TO BOSWORTH: ENGLAND IN THE WARS OF THE ROSES
     FROM PUSHKIN TO CHEKHOV: NINETEENTH-CENTURY RUSSIAN FICTION
     FROM TRAGIC TO EPIC PERFORMANCE
     GLOBAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
     HERITAGE AND PUBLIC HISTORY
     HIGHER ADVANCED ENGLISH I
     HIGHER ADVANCED ENGLISH II
     I AM
     IMAGE, WORD AND MODERNITY IN BRITAIN, c.1800-1918
     IMPERIAL RUSSIAN AND SOVIET HISTORY, 1861-1945
     INDIGENOUS ARTS AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLES
     INTERCULTURAL BUSINESS COMMUNICATION (LEVEL 5)
     INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION IN PRACTICE (LEVEL 5)
     INTERMEDIATE ARABIC I
     INTERMEDIATE ARABIC II
     INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I
     INTERMEDIATE FRENCH II
     INTERMEDIATE GERMAN I
     INTERMEDIATE GERMAN II
     INTERMEDIATE GREEK I
     INTERMEDIATE GREEK II
     INTERMEDIATE ITALIAN I
     INTERMEDIATE ITALIAN II
     INTERMEDIATE JAPANESE I
     INTERMEDIATE JAPANESE II
     INTERMEDIATE RUSSIAN I
     INTERMEDIATE RUSSIAN II
     INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I
     INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II
     INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS
     INTERNATIONAL POLITICS SINCE 1945
     INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY
     INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
     INTRODUCTION TO JAPANESE ART AND ARCHAEOLOGY
     INTRODUCTION TO THE EUROPEAN UNION
     INTRODUCTION TO VIDEO PRODUCTION
     INTRODUCTION TO VIDEO PRODUCTION
     LANGUAGE AND GENDER (LEVEL 5)
     LANGUAGE AND POLITICS (LEVEL 5)
     LANGUAGE AND REALITY
     LANGUAGE AND SOCIETY (LEVEL 5)
     LANGUAGE CONTRASTS AND TRANSLATION (LEVEL 5)
     LANGUAGE IN ACTION (LEVEL 5)
     LATER MEDIEVAL EUROPE
     LATIN FOR

    Salidas profesionales

    Our graduates go on to high profile posts in prestigious institutions such as the British Museum, V&A, Tate, and Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, as well as leading History of Art departments, publishers and the commercial art world.

    Career development and employability is integrated into your studies. In a recent survey of our graduates, 93 per cent were in work or study six months after graduating.

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