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ENGL 225 - Introduction to Film
3 Semester Hour Credits

Course Description: A general introduction to film studies, including analysis of narrative and stylistic elements of films.

Schedule: Spring and summer semesters. This course is offered in 8 week sessions.

Delivery Method: Online. Students are not expected to come to the campus at any time.

Prerequisite Courses: None.

Instructor: Gary Albrightson; email: gary.albrightson@dakotacollege.edu

Textbook: Book Information through the DCB Bookstore.

Other Materials: None.

Course Objectives: In English 225 students will learn to:

Work Expectations:

This course studies film from its origins to the present. Prospective students who may be offended by mature themes and adult language should be aware that some of the films to be screened and discussed may have R ratings.

The final grade is based on total points earned on discussion board posts, graded quizzes/tests, the midterm essay’s process assignments and final draft, and the final essay’s process assignments and final draft.

Exams - Policies & Procedures:

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