The Graduate Certificate in Film and Media Studies provides a concentration in core film and media theory and history courses.  This certificate is designed for graduate students whose research includes analysis of media text and technologies, and provides training in methodologies and a basic familiarity with critical and theoretical discourse, both historical and contemporary, in which film and media are discussed.

Information about application materials and deadlines is available of the Department of Film and Media Studies certificate admission webpage.

Currently enrolled students must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. The application process entails completing the online application, paying the application fee, and submitting materials required for the Film and Media Studies Certificate. 

Contact Information:
Department of Film and Media Studies
University of Kansas
1300 Sunnyside Ave Ste 230
Lawrence, KS 66045

4 Courses/12 Credit Hours of Coursework in Film and Media Studies:

FMS 862Survey of Film and Media History3
FMS 865Film and Media Theory3

And any TWO Film and Media Studies courses 700-level or above (excluding Production courses)