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Master of Arts in English with a Concentration in Film Studies

NCSU offers a Master of Arts in English with a concentration in Film Studies. This 32-hour concentration includes training in writing (screenwriting, film criticism, and academic writing), analysis (genre, history, and national cinemas) and theory (film theory, literary theory, and visual theory). The array of courses offers opportunities for students to connect their study of literature with film. The program does not include production courses.

Graduate students in the film concentration who earn teaching assistantships assist film faculty members in larger section film courses and in the film lab. For more information on Teaching Assistantships, visit:

Teaching Assistantships

How to Apply:
Application instructions:
Applying

English M.A. web site:
M.A. in English - NCSU

NCSU Graduate School web site:
NCSU Graduate School

On-Line application form:
http://www2.acs.ncsu.edu/grad/applygrad.htm

Program Requirements:

Distribution Requirements (12 credit hours)
- 4 courses in literature and literary theory

Concentration Requirements (15 credit hours)
- 3 500-level film courses (this excludes 592s)
- 2 electives in any area, preferably in film studies

The electives may include an additional 500-level film studies course, 592 Styles and Genres (this is a dual level/upper level undergraduate course for which 592 students will do graduate-level work), or Eng 636 Directed Readings (S/U graded courses)

Research (5 credit hours)
- ENG 669, Bibliography and Methods (2 credits)
- ENG 695, ENG 676 (3 credits) MA Project in English

Additional Requirements
- Reading competency in 1 language other than English
- Culminating Project taking one of the following forms:
1) Substantial essay based on original research with a brief oral presentation.
2) Film or video project accompanied by a paper that employs film studies research methods to reflect on the project with a brief oral presentation.
3) Feature-length screenplay with a brief oral presentation.

Formatting information for the Capstone Projects.

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