Film, Media, and Popular Culture
University of Hawaii West Oahu
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Students enrolled in the Film, Media, and Popular Culture concentration engage in rigorous analysis of everyday cultural productions including film, television, popular music, and journalistic media. Guided by courses in various Humanities disciplines, students develop critical thinking skills and learn to argue for interpretation of texts that powerfully shape our world.
Students in the concentration select one of three tracks: Film and Television Studies, Music/Theatre, or Journalism/Media Analysis. They also explore the arts through coursework in creative media, creative writing, or music practice. This coursework provides a foundation for many career paths, including journalism or further study at the graduate level.