Courses in History of Art and Architecture, Theater, Dance and Media, and some courses in the domain of cultural studies may be counted for concentration credit for concentrators, subject to the approval of the Director of Undergraduate Studies. Ordinarily, not more than two courses taken outside Visual and Environmental Studies may be so counted.
Students interested in taking additional courses for concentration credit outside the department should consult the Director of Undergraduate Studies or the Manager of Academic Programs prior to enrolling if the course, if possible.
All concentrators are required to submit a Course Requirement Substitution Form petitioning for credit for a non-departmental course, along with an active link to the syllabus for the course.
The following courses have been approved for VES concentrators, not secondary field students, to take for departmental elective credit.
- AFRAMER 185X: What is Black Art? African American Cultural Production from the Early Republic to Civil Rights
- ANTHRO 1645: Exploring Culture Through Film
- ANTHRO 1840: Nonfiction Video Production
- EAFM 112: Global Japanese Cinema
- ENGLISH CLR: Dramatic Screenwriting
- ENGLISH CALR: Advanced Dramatic Screenwriting
- JAPNLIT 162: Girl Culture, Media, and Japan
- SCAND 55: One Hundred Years of Scandinavian Cinema
- COMPLIT 122: Thirteen Ways of Looking at Intermediality
- HUMAN 11A: Frameworks: The Art of Looking
- TDM 133: Directing Film: Telling the Story and Working with Actors
- TDM 151: Scenography Studio
- TDM 173X: Acting and Authenticity