BS Film, Media and Social Justice
Our Film, Media & Social Justice Program offers a strong liberal arts and social science educational foundation, in which the
students learn the latest in industry practices coupled critical pedagogy to analyze, develop, and produce media content that promotes positive social change.
The foundation of this mission is rooted in the legacy of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, founders of Mount Saint Mary’s University. Beginning in Le Puy, France, over 350 years ago, the sisters have served the world as strong social justice advocates and activists, working to improve the lives of the world's underrepresented populations and the most vulnerable among us.
Required Core Classes (24 units)
|Required Core Classes|
|FLM 101||Intro to Film||3|
|FLM 131A||Film, Media & Social Justice||3|
|FLM 132||History of American Cinema||3|
|FLM 135||Mass Media||3|
|FLM 139A||Intro to Digital Video Production||3|
|FLM 168||Race, Sex & Hollywood||3|
|FLM 198||Senior Capstone||3|
Electives (18 units)
Complete any six elective classes offered by the Film, Media & Communication department (FLM, JRN, PHO, etc.) and/or other classes by advisement.
TOTAL UNITS: 42
Students have the option to declare a specialization and/or enroll in one of our department's dynamic minors.
We are proud to offer our production-related courses on a working Hollywood studio in the heart of the entertainment capital of the world!
For more information on the Film, Media & Communication programs, please contact the Department Chair, Charles Bunce, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 310-954-4212.