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COURSE INFORMATION

COURSE TITLE Internship in Film and Screen Studies
CREDIT RANGE 0 TO 4.000
SCHOOL Dyson College Arts & Sciences
DEPARTMENT Film and Screen Studies 
LEVEL Undergraduate
COREQUISITE none
PREREQUISITE Pre-Requisite of ENG 120
( Course : ENG 120 .
Minimum Grade of D. )
or
(Course : ENG 120A to 120Z.
Minimum Grade of D. )
or
(Course : ENGA 120 .
Minimum Grade of D. )
or
(Course : ENG 120AA to 120ZZ.
Minimum Grade of D. )
or
(Course : ENGA 120D .
Minimum Grade of D. )
or
(Course : ENGB 120 .
Minimum Grade of D. )
or
(Course : ENGB 120D .
Minimum Grade of D. )
or
(Course : ENGC 120 .
Minimum Grade of D. )
or
(Course : ENGD 120 .
Minimum Grade of D. )
or
(Course : ENGE 120 .
Minimum Grade of D. )
or
(Course : ENGF 120 .
Minimum Grade of D. )
or
(Course : ENGG 120 .
Minimum Grade of D. )
or
(Course : ENGH 120 .
Minimum Grade of D. )
or
(Course : ENGM 120 .
Minimum Grade of D. )
or
(Course : ENGN 120 .
Minimum Grade of D. )
or
(Course : ENGO 120 .
Minimum Grade of D. )
or
(Course : ENGP 120 .
Minimum Grade of D. )
or
(Course : ENGQ 120 .
Minimum Grade of D. )
or
(Course : ENGQ 120C .
Minimum Grade of D. )
or
(Course : ENGR 120 .
Minimum Grade of D. )
or
(Course : ENGS 120 .
Minimum Grade of D. )
or
(Course : ENG 102 .
Minimum Grade of D. )
or
(Course : INT 197T .
Minimum Grade of D. )
or
( Test: English Placement 120 to 999)
or
( Test: English Placement 201 to 999)
DESCRIPTION:

Prerequisite: Permission of Director of Film and Screen Studies required.

Course Description: This course provides credit and guidance for internships in film and screen media outside of Pace University. An internship is an assignment, paid or volunteer, to a business, corporation, public agency, school, or other organization that provides on-the-job and pre-professional experience. In this case, Internships can range from work in film, television, or digital media production, to work in film festivals and other distribution outlets, to writing and research internships in cultural journalism or other areas related to the field of study. Internships are arranged by the University's Career Services Office, by the FSS Department, by individual faculty members, or by the individual student. The internship will be supervised by a professor who will serve as the university contact for the internship provider and will assess the student's participation in the internship. Internships are either full-time or part-time and generally last for one semester. The course gives students employment experience in film and media, encourages them to make industry contacts for past-collegiate opportunities, and provides them with an opportunity to analyze the relationship between academic studies in film to professional work in their field.

Course Rotation: NYC: Fall & Spring



SECTION INFORMATION

CRN: 50114
SUBJECT: FSS
COURSE NUMBER: 393
SECTION TITLE: Internship in Film and Screen Studies
CAMPUS: Online
SCHEDULE TYPE: Internship
REQUIRED MATERIAL:
SECTION COMMENTS: None
COREQUISITE None
ATTRIBUTES: Experiential Learning
FEES: 0
CAPACITY 8
SEATS AVAILABLE 8
INSTRUCTOR: Frank Martinelli
RESTRICTION(S):

Online

Online Type Date
BlackBoard 07/15/2019 - 08/24/2019