- SAC Major
- Global Media Studies Minor
- Screenwriting Sub-Major
- SAC Honors Program
- Awards & Grants
- Film & Video Student Association
- WOLV TV
- Student Production Opportunities
- Guest Artists and Scholars @ SAC
What Is a SAC Major?
The undergraduate major in Screen Arts & Cultures is an integrated major in screen studies (film, television, and new media) and production. Students' coursework is divided between studies and creative, hands-on practice.
SAC Students Engage in Study (SAC 236, left) and Production (SAC 301)
What Are the Prerequisites for the SAC Major?
Students interested in pursuing a SAC Major must first complete the two prerequistie classes with a grade of C- or higher:
SAC 236 - The Art of Film (4 credits)
SAC 272 - Classical Film Theory (3 credits)
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What Are the Requirements for the SAC Major?
How Do I Declare a SAC Major?
In order to declare the SAC major, students MUST attend a declaration event (SACAPALOOZA) in either the fall or winter term. These take place shortly after midterm time and prior to registration for the next term. Students may attend SACAPLAOOZA and declare the Screen Arts & Cultures (SAC) major if they are achieving a C- or above in the second required prerequisite course at that time.