Skip to main content

BFA Major in Art History and Film Studies

Program Requirements

Major in Art History and Film Studies (60 credits)

6

credits:

ARTH 200 Perspectives of Art History (6.00)

Note: ARTH 200 should be taken as first six credits of studies in Art History.
3

credits:

ARTH 300 Art Historical Methods (3.00)

Note: ARTH 300 should be taken as part of first 60 credits.
3

credits chosen from:

ARTH 353 Technology and Contemporary Art (3.00)
ARTH 354 Studies in Interdisciplinarity in the Visual Arts (3.00)

6

credits chosen from:

ARTH 366 Studies in 19th‑Century Art and Architecture (3.00)
ARTH 367 Studies in 20th‑Century Art and Architecture (3.00)
ARTH 368 Studies in Contemporary Art and Architecture (3.00)

3

credits chosen from:

ARTH 370 Studies in Canadian Art (3.00)
ARTH 371 Studies in Canadian Architecture (3.00)
ARTH 372 Issues in Contemporary Canadian Architecture (3.00)
ARTH 373 Issues in Contemporary Canadian Art (3.00)
ARTH 374 Architecture and Urbanism in Montreal (3.00)
ARTH 375 Issues in the Montreal Art Milieu (3.00)
ARTH 376 Topics in Indigenous Art (3.00)

3

credits chosen from:

ARTH 379 Postcolonial Theory in Art History (3.00)
ARTH 381 Feminism and Art History (3.00)
ARTH 383 Art and Philosophy (3.00)
ARTH 384 Theories of Representation (3.00)
ARTH 385 Colour: Theory and Application in the Visual Arts (3.00)
ARTH 386 Art and the Viewer (3.00)
ARTH 387 Issues in Art and Criticism (3.00)
ARTH 388 Narration and Art (3.00)
ARTH 389 Issues in Ethnocultural Art Histories (3.00)
ARTH 391 Art and Its Changing Contexts (3.00)
ARTH 392 Gender Issues in Art and Art History (3.00)
ARTH 400 Advanced Seminar in Art Historical Method (3.00)

3credits of Art History electives
3

credits:

FMST 220 Film Analysis (3.00)

Note: FMST 220 should be taken as part of the first 30 credits.
3

credits chosen from:

FMST 222 Topics in Film Aesthetics (3.00)
FMST 223 Montage Aesthetic (3.00)
FMST 224 Moving Camera Aesthetic (3.00)

6

credits chosen from:

FMST 201 Film History I (3.00)
FMST 202 Film History II (3.00)
FMST 203 Film History III (3.00)

Note: One of FMST 201, FMST 202 and FMST 203 should be taken as part of the first 30 credits.

3

credits chosen from:

FMST 214 Canadian Cinema (3.00)
FMST 215 Le cinéma québécois (3.00)
FMST 217 First Peoples’ Cinema (3.00)

6

credits chosen from:

FMST 204 Approaches to Film Studies I (3.00)
FMST 205 Approaches to Film Studies II (3.00)
FMST 315 Introduction to Film Theory (3.00)
FMST 316 Film and Moving Image Cultures (3.00)
FMST 317 Transnational Approaches to Cinema (3.00)
FMST 319 The Moving Image and Society (3.00)
FMST 320 Digital Media and Animation (3.00)

3credits of Film Studies electives
3credits chosen from 400-level Film Studies electives
3

credits chosen from:

ARTH 348 Special Topics in Art and Film (3.00)
FMST 348 Special Topics in Art and Film (3.00)

Note: ARTH 348 and FMST 348 are cross-listed courses.

3

credits chosen from:

ARTH 448 Advanced Seminar in Art and Film (3.00)
FMST 448 Advanced Seminar in Art and Film (3.00)

Note: ARTH 448 and FMST 448 are cross-listed courses.

Note: The Major in Art History and Film Studies is offered jointly with the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Notes

  • Several of the courses listed in this program are cross-listed. In cases where cross-listed courses appear, either version of the course may be applied towards the program requirements. Students may not, however, take both versions of a cross-listed course for credit.
  • Students are responsible for fulfilling their particular degree requirements; hence, the sequences above must be read in conjunction with Section 81.20 Degree Requirements.

© Concordia University