Film and Media (Multidisciplinary Studies) Degree
UTSA’s Film and Media Program
UTSA’s Film Studies program offers an experience unlike any other in the area. The “Film and Media Studies” BA in Multidisciplinary Studies combines three disciplines (film history, culture and theory, and production) into a program of study that allows you to develop critical thinking and writing skills, creative experience, and a professional portfolio. You’ll have access to more than 40 possible courses–on topics ranging from screenwriting to digital media production, from film history to the role of race and gender in film, from music and film to politics in film–which you’ll have the flexibility to select and build into a degree plan that meets your goals and culminates in a shared senior seminar and the opportunity to pursue an internship with many possible non-profits, corporations, or professional film productions.
Skills and Interests for Film and Media Majors
Film and Media Studies might be a good fit for you if you:
• Like examining the intersections between culture and its artistic production
• Enjoy thinking critically about what you see on the screen
• Like flexing both critical and creative muscles
• Enjoy deep investment in collaborative projects
- UTSA Rowdy Film Association
The purpose of this organization is to bring together the students of the University of Texas at San Antonio who are interested in film production and to build an established film community on campus.