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1 Page 1 of 16 Action CHANGE Major Film UW-MILWAUKEE ONLINE PROGRAM CHANGE FORM I. Current Film Web Home Pages: Peck School of the Arts Film Courses: Film IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR PROSPECTIVE FILM MAJORS: Effective with the Fall Semester 2009, the Conceptual Studies in Media Arts Production track and the Photography track of the Film BFA degree program were placed on inactive status. Therefore, the only currently active track in the Film BFA degree program is the Film/Video/New Genres track. The other two film BFA tracks - the Conceptual Studies in Media Arts Production track and the Photography track - are not accepting new majors. Students who would like to major in photography can still do so through the photography program in the Visual Art Department. The Department of Film in the Peck School of the Arts offers three integrated tracks of study leading to a BFA in Film, with emphasis on the following: Film/Video/New Genres Conceptual Studies in Media Arts Production Photography All three of the tracks are designed to cultivate, support and inspire media artists and accommodate different styles of student learning. The Film/Video/New Genres Track of the BFA degree in Film offers a creative approach to film, video, and new genres integrated with courses in conceptual studies that emphasize the intersection of theory and practice. The Conceptual Studies in Media Arts Production Track of the BFA degree in Film offers a rigorous course of study in media arts history, theory, and criticism thoroughly integrated with production in film, video, new genres and photography within courses and across the curriculum. The Photography Track of the BFA degree in Film explores photography within a media arts context, integrated with theory/practice courses in moving image, new genres and conceptual studies. NOTE: Laptop Requirement. All entering Film students are required to participate in the PSOA Laptop Program. Please see requirements posted on the PSOA Laptop Requirement web page: FILM BFA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS Film BFA - Film/Video/New Genres Track The Film/Video/New Genres Track of the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Film requires 120 credits distributed as follows:

2 Page 2 of University Core Curriculum (includes Arts Distribution Requirement), 45 credits. 2. Department Foundation Curriculum: Film 114 (214), 116, 117, 201 (101), 202 (102), 210; 18 credits.. Pre-Portfolio Studios (choose two): Film 220, 222, 25, 255; 6 credits. 4. Film/Video/New Genres Electives*, including Film 80, 420, and 460; 15 credits. 5. Conceptual Studies Electives; 6 credits. 6. Complementary Electives (film/video/new genres, photography and conceptual studies); 12 credits (min. cr. upper-level). 7. Senior Project: Film 509, 510; 9 credits. 8. General Electives chosen from any departments outside of Film; 9 credits. Course of Study. The Film/Video/New Genres Track of the BFA Film major is an integrated course of study in which students create individual creative projects in film, video, or other media every semester. This is accomplished through a required sequence of six Department Foundation courses and two Pre-Portfolio Studios, followed by a series of required and elective courses in film/video/new genres, conceptual studies and photography to make up the 66-credit major. *Admission to the Major. Students are admitted to the Film/Video/New Genres Track as a result of a portfolio review that occurs upon completion of 18 credits of work in the Department Foundation Curriculum - Film 114 (214), 116, 117, 201 (101), 202 (102) and 210, plus 6 credits of the Pre-Portfolio Studios - Film 220, 222, 25, plus the Film/Video/New Genres portfolio review. The following outline will serve as a guide in planning a Film BFA major in the Film/Video/New Genres Track. Students are encouraged to consult regularly with their school and departmental advisors as well. All course waivers or changes in the requirements of the major must have the written approval of the department chair. Film BFA - Film/Video/New Genres Track Recommended Curriculum** Freshman Year (Fall) (English & Math Requirement) Film 114 (214) Film & Experience: The Filmmaker and the Viewer Film 116 Experimentation with Media Film 117 Filmmaking Technologies and Techniques Freshman Year (Spring) Film 201 (101) Introduction to Experimental Media Arts Film 210 Concepts of Production in the Media Arts Film 220, 222, 25 or 255 Pre-Portfolio Studio

3 Page of 16 Total Freshman Year 0 Sophomore Year (Fall) Film 202 (102) Current Topics in Media Arts Production Film 220, 222, 25 or 255 Pre-Portfolio Studio Portfolio review - Two projects made in Pre-Portfolio Studio classes and a copy of current academic transcript submitted to departmental faculty for review at beginning of final examination period of either fall or spring semester. Sophomore Year (Spring) Film 80 Film/Video/New Genres Elective 6 Conceptual Studies Elective Total Sophomore Year 0 Junior Year (Fall) Film 420 Intermediate Film/Video/New Genres Elective 6 Conceptual Studies Elective Junior Year (Spring) Film 460 Advanced Film/Video/New Genres Elective Total Junior Year 0 Senior Year (Fall) Film 509 Senior Project I Senior Year (Spring) Film 510 Senior Project II 6 University GER/PSOA Core 1, 2 Total Senior Year 0 Total Credits Required for Graduation with BFA 120

4 Page 4 of 16 1 Arts Distribution Requirement. Twelve credits are required in Peck School of the Arts courses outside of the Film Department. Three credits must be taken in three different Arts disciplines: Dance, Music, Theatre or Visual Art. The remaining three credits may be taken in any one of the four disciplines outside of Film. 2 Consult your academic advisor in the Peck School of the Arts Student Services Office for electives in the PSOA Core Curriculum and General Education Requirement courses. ** When pre-portfolio sections other than Film 114 (214), 116 or 117 are overenrolled, admission is by grade-point average in previous department courses. Film BFA - Conceptual Studies in Media Arts Production Track The Conceptual Studies in Media Arts Production Track of the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film Degree requires 120 credits distributed as follows: 1. University Core Curriculum includes Arts Distribution Requirement), 45 credits. 2. Department Foundation Curriculum: Film 114 (214), 116, 117, 201 (101), 202 (102), 210; 18 credits.. Pre-Portfolio Studios: Film 220, 222, 25, 255; 6 credits. 4. Conceptual Studies Core: Film 20, 455, 512; 15 credits. 5. Conceptual Studies Electives; 12 credits. 6. Film/Video/New Genres or Photography Electives,* including Film 80, 420, and 460; 6 credits. 7. Complementary Electives (film/video/new genres, photography and conceptual studies); 9 credits (min. cr. 00 level). 8. General Electives chosen from any departments outside of Film; 9 credits. Course of Study. In the Conceptual Studies in Media Arts Production Track of the BFA Film major, students pursue the study of media arts history, theory, and criticism thoroughly integrated with the artistic practice of film, video and new genres. This is accomplished through a required sequence of six Department Foundation courses and two Pre-Portfolio Studios, followed by a series of required and elective courses in Conceptual Studies, Film/Video /New Genres, and Photography to make up the 66-credit major. All Conceptual Studies courses include an integrated production component of at least 20 percent of the requirements. The philosophical assumption that theory and practice are taught side by side and in dialogue with each other is the foundation of the integrated model. The integration of theory and practice begins with introductory courses (Film 114 [214] and 210) and the Pre-Portfolio Studios (Film 220, 222, 25, 255) through the use of creative and practical assignments. The three Conceptual Studies Core classes Film 20 - Structures of Film, Film Integrated Film/Video Exploration, and the capstone Film Senior Project in Conceptual Studies explicitly integrate critical methods with media arts production. Each of the Conceptual Studies electives incorporates creative or practical components consistent with the integrated theory/practice program model. *Admission to the Conceptual Studies Track: Students are admitted to the Conceptual Studies Track after completing the Department Foundation Curriculum (Film 114 [214], 116, 117, 201 [101], 202 [102], 210); two of the Pre-Portfolio Studios (220, 222, 25, 255); Film 20; and the Conceptual Studies portfolio review. The following outline will serve as a guide in planning a Film BFA major in the Conceptual Studies Track. Students are encouraged to consult regularly with their school and

5 Page 5 of 16 departmental advisors as well. All course waivers or changes in the requirements of the major must have the written approval of the Conceptual Studies coordinator and department chair. Film BFA - Conceptual Studies in Media Arts Production Track Recommended Curriculum Freshman Year (Fall) (English & Math Requirement) Film 114 (214) Film & Experience: The Filmmaker & the Viewer Film 116 Experimentation with Media Film 117 Filmmaking Technologies and Techniques Freshman Year (Spring) Film 201 (101) Introduction to Experimental Media Arts Film 210 Concepts of Film Production Film 220, 222, 25 or 255 Pre-Portfolio Studio Total Freshman Year 0 Sophomore Year (Fall) Film 202 (102) Current Topics in Media Arts Production Film 20 Structures of Film Film 220, 222, 25 or 255 Pre-Portfolio Studio Conceptual Studies Portfolio Review -- One project from a pre-portfolio studio, a writing sample in electronic form and a copy of current academic transcript submitted for review by faculty at beginning of final examination period of either fall or spring semester. Sophomore Year (Spring) Conceptual Studies Elective Film/Video/New Genres or Photography Elective Total Sophomore Year 0 Junior Year (Fall)

6 Page 6 of 16 Conceptual Studies Elective Film/Video/New Genres or Photography Elective Junior Year (Spring) Film 455 Integrated Film/Video Exploration 6 Conceptual Studies Elective University GER/PSOA Core 1, 2 Total Junior Year 0 Senior Year (Fall) Conceptual Studies Elective Senior Year (Spring) Film 512 Senior Project in Conceptual Studies 6 Total Senior Year 0 Total Credits Required for Graduation with BFA Arts Distribution Requirement. Twelve credits are required in Peck School of the Arts courses outside of the Film Department. Three credits must be taken in three different Arts disciplines: Dance, Music, Theatre or Visual Art. The remaining three credits may be taken in any one of the four disciplines outside of Film. 2 Consult your academic advisor in the Peck School of the Arts Student Services Office for electives in the PSOA Core Curriculum and General Education Requirement courses. ** When pre-portfolio sections other than Film 114 (214), 116, or 117 are overenrolled, admission is by grade-point average in previous department courses. Film BFA - Photography Track The Photography Track of the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film Degree requires 120 credits distributed as follows: 1. University Core Curriculum (includes Arts Distribution Requirement); 45 credits. 2. Department Foundation Curriculum: Film 114 (214), 116, 117, 201 (101), 202 (102), 210; 18 credits.. Pre-Portfolio Studios (choose two): Film 25, plus one of Film 220, 222, or 255; 6 credits. 4. Photography Core: Film 50, 52, 454, 456, 457, 552, 55; 21 credits.

7 Page 7 of Photography Electives; credits. 6. Conceptual Studies Electives; 6 credits. 7. Complementary Electives (film/video/new genres, conceptual studies and photography); 12 credits (min. 6 cr. upper-level). 8. General Electives chosen from any departments outside of Film; 9 credits. Course of Study. In the Photography Track of the BFA Film major, students pursue the study of photography within a media arts context, integrated with the theory/practice of film, video, new genres and conceptual studies. This is accomplished through a required sequence of six Department Foundation courses and two Pre-Portfolio Studios, followed by a series of required and elective courses in Photography, Conceptual Studies, and Film/Video/New Genres production to make up the 66-credit major. *Admission to the Photography Track: Students are admitted to the Photography Track after completing the Department Foundation Curriculum (Film 114 [214], 116, 117, 201 [101], 202 [102]), 210); two of the Pre-Portfolio Studios (Film 25, plus one of 220, 222, or 255), Film 50 or 52, and the Photography portfolio review. The following outline will serve as a guide in planning a Film BFA major in the Photography Track. Students are encouraged to consult regularly with their school and departmental advisors as well. All course waivers or changes in the requirements of the major must have the written approval of the Photography coordinator and department chair. Film BFA - Photography Track Recommended Curriculum Freshman Year (Fall) (English & Math Requirement) Film 114 (214) Film & Experience: The Filmmaker & the Viewer Film 116 Experimentation with Media Film 117 Filmmaking Technologies and Techniques Freshman Year (Spring) Film 201 (101) Introduction to Experimental Media Arts Film 210 Concepts of Production in the Media Arts Film 25 Introduction to Photography Total Freshman Year 0 Sophomore Year (Fall) Film 202 (102) Current Topics in Media Arts Production Film 50 (or 52) Color Photography or Photographic Materials & Process

8 Page 8 of 16 Film 220, 222, or 255 Pre-Portfolio Studio Photography Portfolio Review--Includes photographs from capstone project in Film 50 or 52, ten additional photographs of student's choice, one project from a pre-portfolio studio (Film 220, 222, or 255) and a copy of current academic transcript submitted for review by faculty at beginning of final examination period of either fall or spring semester. Sophomore Year (Spring) Film 52 (or 50) Photographic Materials & Process or Color Photography Conceptual Studies Elective Total Sophomore Year 0 Junior Year (Fall) Film 454 or 456 Narrative Photography or Digital Imaging in Photography Film 457(5) Photographic Techniques Junior Year (Spring) Film 456 or 454 Digital Imaging in Photography or Narrative Photography Conceptual Studies Elective Total Junior Year 0 Senior Year (Fall) Film 552 Studio Practice and Research in Photography Photography Elective Senior Year (Spring) Film 55 Senior Project in Photography

9 Page 9 of 16 Total Senior Year 0 Total Credits Required for Graduation with BFA Arts Distribution Requirement. Twelve credits are required in Peck School of the Arts courses outside of the Film Department. Three credits must be taken in three different Arts disciplines: Dance, Music, Theatre or Visual Art. The remaining three credits may be taken in any one of the four disciplines outside of Film. 2 Consult your academic advisor in the Peck School of the Arts Student Services Office for electives in the PSOA Core Curriculum and General Education Requirement courses. ** When pre-portfolio sections other than Film 114 (214), 116 or 117 are overenrolled, admission is by grade-point average in previous department courses Electives: At the present time, the following courses are among those available for elective credit for the three tracks (Film/Video/New Genres, Conceptual Studies in Media Arts Production, and Photography) of the BFA Film Degree: Film/Video/New Genres Electives Film 41 (241 Theory/Practice Seminar: -4 Film 80 Media Arts Module: Film 89 Media Arts Workshop: Film 99 Advanced Independent Study -6 Film 420 Intermediate Media Arts Module: Film 450 Advanced Internship/Professional Practice 1-6 Film 455 Integrated Film/Video Exploration 6 Film 460 Advanced Media Arts Module: Film 470 Advanced Media Arts Workshop: 1-6 Film 497 Study Abroad: 1-12 Conceptual Studies Electives Film 09 Theory & Practice of Media Literacy Film 14 Topics in Conceptual Studies: Film 16 Filmmaker as Theorist/ Practitioner: Film 18 Film and the Visual and Performing Arts: Film 19 Film Genres: Film 41 (241) Theory/Practice Seminar -4 Film 99 Advanced Independent Study 1-6 Film 44 Film Aesthetics: Film 450 Advanced Internship/Professional Practice 1-6 Photography Electives Film 80 Media Arts Module: Film 420 Intermediate Media Arts Module: Film 450 Advanced Internship/Professional Practice 1-6 Film 451 Special Topics in Photography: Film 452 Survey of Photography

10 Page 10 of 16 Film 454 Narrative Photography Film 456 Digital Imaging in Photography Film 457 Photographic Techniques Film 459 Photography Workshop: Film 460 Advanced Media Arts Module: Film 497 Study Abroad: 1-12 Complementary Electives Film 150 Multicultural America Film 20 Media Workshop: 1- Film 220 Basic Elements of Filmmaking Film 222 Basic Elements of Video Film 22 Animation I Film 24 Introduction to the Screenplay -4 Film 250 Internship/Professional Practice Film 251 Theory/Practice Workshop: -4 Film 25 Introduction to Photography Film 255 Introduction to Digital Arts Film 259 Photography Workshop: Film 297 Study Abroad 1-12 Film 299 Independent Study 1-6 Film 01 Conversations with Filmmakers and Critics: Film 02 Video in the Classroom Film 09 Theory & Practice of Media Literacy Film 14 Topics in Conceptual Studies: Film 16 Filmmaker as Theorist/ Practitioner: Film 18 Film and the Visual and Performing Arts: Film 19 Film Genres: Film 20 Structures of Film Film 41 (241) Theory/Practice Seminar: Film 50 Color Photography Film 52 Photographic Materials & Process Film 80 Media Arts Module: Film 89 Media Arts Workshop: Film 99 Advanced Independent Study 1-6 Film 420 Intermediate Media Arts Module: Film 44 Film Aesthetics: Film 450 Advanced Internship/Professional Practice 1-6 Film 451 Special Topics in Photography: Film 452 Survey of Photography Film 454 Narrative Photography Film 455 Integrated Film/Video Exploration 6 Film 456 Digital Imaging in Photography Film 457 (5) Photographic Techniques Film 459 Photography Workshop:

11 Page 11 of 16 Film 460 Advanced Media Arts Module: Film 470 Advanced Media Arts Workshop: 1-6 Film 497 Study Abroad: 1-12 Film 512 Senior Project in Conceptual Studies 6 Film 552 Advanced Studio Practice & Research in Photography Music 27 Analog and Digital Synthesis I Music 28 Digital Synthesis and Systems II Music 420 Advanced Computing and Music ArtHist 58 Modern Painting I: ArtHist 64 Modern Painting II: 1900 to Present ArtHist 65 History of Photography ArtHist 66 German Painting ArtHist 46 Cubism and Its Inheritance II. Proposed Change Summary The Film BFA program description is being reconciled with the current program being offered, following deactivation of the Photography track and the Conceptual Studies in Media Arts Production track. III. Effects Additional Faculty Required Four-Year Faculty Needs Library Resources Required Additional Facilities and Equipment Program Costs Resource Reallocation IV. Justification Due to budget reductions in Film, it was necessary to deactivate two BFA tracks. V. New Copy Film/Video/Animation/New Genres Peck School of the Arts

12 Page 12 of 16 Film/Video/Animation/New Genres Courses: Film/Video/Animation/New Genres The Department of Film/Video/Animation/New Genres in the Peck School of the Arts offers an integrated program of study leading to a BFA in Film. NOTE: Students in Film/Video/Animation/New Genres are required to have a laptop computer and video editing software. FILM BFA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS Film/Video/Animation/New Genres Studies in Film/Video/Animation/New Genres leading to the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Film requires 120 credits distributed as follows: 1. University Core Curriculum (includes Arts Distribution Requirement), 45 credits. 2. Department Foundation Curriculum: Film 114, 116, 117, 201, 202, 210; 18 credits.. Pre-Portfolio Studios (choose two): Film 220, 222, 22, 255; 6 credits. 4. Film/Video/Animation/New Genres Electives, including Film 80, 420, and 460; 15 credits. 5. Contextual Electives, including Film 16, 19, 44; 6 credits. 6. Complementary Electives; 12 credits. 7. Senior Project: Film 509, 510; 9 credits. 8. General Electives chosen from any departments outside of Film; 9 credits. Course of Study. Film/Video/Animation/New Genres is an integrated course of study in which students create individual projects in film, video or other media every semester. This is accomplished through a required sequence of six Department Foundation courses and two Pre-Portfolio Studios, followed by a series of required and elective courses in the 66-credit major. Admission to the Major. Students are admitted to the Film/Video/Animation/New Genres major as a result of a portfolio review that occurs upon completion of the UWM English and Math requirements, 18 credits of work in the Foundation Curriculum (Film 114, 116, 117, 201, 202 and 210), 6 credits of Pre-Portfolio Studios (Film 220, 222, 22, 255), and the Film/Video/Animation/New Genres portfolio review. The following outline will serve as a guide in planning for studies in Film/Video/Animation/New Genres. Students are encouraged to consult regularly with their school and departmental advisors as well. All course waivers or changes in the requirements of the major must have the written approval of the department chair. Film/Video/Animation/New Genres: Recommended Curriculum** Freshman Year (Fall) (English & Math Requirement) Film 114 Film & Experience: The Filmmaker and the Viewer Film 116 Experimentation with Media Film 117 Filmmaking Technologies and Techniques Freshman Year (Spring)

13 Page 1 of 16 Film 201 Introduction to Experimental Media Arts Film 210 Concepts of Production in the Media Arts Film 220, 222, 22 or 255 Pre-Portfolio Studio Total Freshman Year 0 Sophomore Year (Fall) Film 202 Current Topics in Media Arts Production Film 220, 222, 22 or 255 Pre-Portfolio Studio Portfolio review - Two projects made in Pre-Portfolio Studio classes (220, 222, 22, 255) and a copy of current academic transcript submitted to departmental faculty for review at beginning of final examination period of either fall or spring semester. Sophomore Year (Spring) Film 80 Media Arts Module: -- 6 Film/Video/Animation/New Genres Elective Contextual Elective Total Sophomore Year 0 Junior Year (Fall) Film 420 Intermediate Media Arts Module: -- 6 Intermediate Film/Video/Animation/New Genres Elective Contextual Elective Junior Year (Spring) Film 460 Advanced Media Arts Module: -- Advanced Film/Video/Animation/New Genres Elective Total Junior Year 0 Senior Year (Fall) Film 509 Senior Project I

14 Page 14 of 16 Senior Year (Spring) Film 510 Senior Project II 6 University GER/PSOA Core 1, 2 Total Senior Year 0 Total Credits Required for Graduation with BFA Arts Distribution Requirement. Twelve credits are required in Peck School of the Arts courses outside of the Film Department. Three credits must be taken in three different Arts disciplines: Dance, Music, Theatre or Art. The remaining three credits may be taken in any one of the four disciplines outside of Film. 2 Consult your academic advisor in the Peck School of the Arts Student Services Office for electives in the PSOA Core Curriculum and General Education Requirement courses. ** When pre-portfolio sections other than Film 114, 116 or 117 are over-enrolled, admission is by grade-point average in previous department courses. Film/Video/Animation/ New Genres Electives Film 41 Theory/Practice Seminar: -4 Film 80 Media Arts Module: Film 89 Media Arts Workshop: Film 99 Advanced Independent Study -6 Film 420 Intermediate Media Arts Module: Film 450 Advanced Internship/Professional Practice 1-6 Film 455 Integrated Film/Video Exploration 6 Film 460 Advanced Media Arts Module: Film 470 Advanced Media Arts Workshop: 1-6 Film 497 Study Abroad: 1-12 Contextual Elective Film 16 Filmmaker as Theorist/ Practitioner: Film 18 Film and the Visual and Performing Arts: Film 19 Film 20 Film Genres: Structures of FIlm Film 41 Theory/Practice Seminar -4 Film 99 Advanced Independent Study 1-6 Film 44 Film Aesthetics: Film 450 Advanced Internship/Professional Practice 1-6 Complementary Electives

15 Page 15 of 16 Film 150 Multicultural America Film 20 Media Workshop: 1- Film 220 Basic Elements of Filmmaking Film 222 Basic Elements of Video Film 22 Animation I Film 24 Introduction to the Screenplay -4 Film 250 Internship/Professional Practice Film 251 Theory/Practice Workshop: -4 Film 255 Introduction to Digital Arts Film 297 Study Abroad 1-12 Film 299 Independent Study 1-6 Film 01 Conversations with Filmmakers and Critics: Film 02 Video in the Classroom Film 16 Filmmaker as Theorist/ Practitioner: Film 18 Film and the Visual and Performing Arts: Film 19 Film Genres: Film 20 Structures of Film Film 41 Theory/Practice Seminar: Film 80 Media Arts Module: Film 89 Media Arts Workshop: Film 99 Advanced Independent Study 1-6 Film 420 Intermediate Media Arts Module: Film 44 Film Aesthetics: Film 450 Advanced Internship/Professional Practice 1-6 Film 455 Integrated Film/Video Exploration 6 Film 460 Advanced Media Arts Module: Film 470 Advanced Media Arts Workshop: 1-6 Film 497 Study Abroad: 1-12 Music 27 Analog and Digital Synthesis I Music 28 Digital Synthesis and Systems II Music 420 Advanced Computing and Music ArtHist 58 Modern Painting I: ArtHist 64 Modern Painting II: 1900 to Present ArtHist 65 History of Photography ArtHist 66 German Painting ArtHist 46 Cubism and Its Inheritance

16 Page 16 of 16 VI. Proposed Effective Date Fall 2012 VII. Comment VIII. Approval Vice Chancellor's Signature Date

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