DAEP COURSE STRUCTURE
This is a certificate program for graduate students who are enrolled in Ph.D. and M.F.A. programs at Temple University’s main campus. Students must be accepted into the certificate program through the application process.
Students must complete four courses in a three-year period, of which at least two must be selected from the core menu and at least two must be grad-only courses. Students have a wide range of courses to select from, ensuring that they will be able to complete the certificate in a timely manner.
Certificate students must complete the following two core courses, taking at least one in Anthropology and at least one in Film & Media Arts:
Anthro 8408/9: Approaches in the Anthropology of Visual Communication I and/or II
(*With permission, Anthro 8408 or 8409 may be substituted with Anthro 5438: Anthropology of Mass Media, with permission, if and only if Anthro 8408 and Anthro 8409 are not being offered.)
FMA 5461: Visual Research and Documentary Methods
(*With permission, FMA 5461 may be substituted with FMA 5674: Media Theory and Practice, FMA 8244: Experimental Methods, or FMA 8245: Documentary Workshop, if and only if FMA 5461 is not being offered.)
APPROVED PROGRAM COURSES
Students select at least two remaining courses from the following list: