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S.F. Internship and Studies Tracks

(Graduate courses available. Class load and credit hours determined on a case by case basis. Two credit minimum.)

Internship: FMA 3085 (4 s.h.) / MSP 4785 (4 s.h.)

Internships are supervised by the Internship Coordinator who is in regular contact with the placement site, site supervisor, and students. The Internship Coordinator is available for resume and cover letter review, placement advising, and contact information. Students are encouraged to arrange a number of interviews as part of their search.

 

SF Bay Area Perspectives:  (Course numbers to be determined)

This class is broken into two halves for a total of six credits:

Framing the Counter Culture” will focus on the evolution of thoughtful, independent-minded and experimental cinema in SF and the surrounding area. Weekly lectures, film screenings, field studies and the development of individual projects will reflect students’ experience of the visual landscape, energy, diversity, and independent spirit of SF

Existence, Co-mingling, and Collaboration in the Bay Area” explores the historic basis for the unique blend of new media technologies, film, art, and ecology currently thriving in the San Francisco Bay Area.  Students will be guided in seeking out knowledge about the Bay Area, identifying their own strengths and values, and envisioning ways that they can apply their strengths and values to positively intervene in some aspect of the Bay Area Community.

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Contact

  • Nora M. Alter
  • Director
  • FMA Study Away
  • Alison Crouse
  • Associate Program Director
  • FMA Study Away
  • Room 14F Annenberg Hall
  • (Lower Level)
  • 215-204-5910
  • crousea@temple.edu