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Comp 2p géographie
Attestation 40 ECTS en français langue étrangère
BA - Cinéma, 2ème partie (2013 ->)
Histoire ancienne, 2ème partie (2013 ->)

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Baccalauréat universitaire ès Lettres, Programme compensatoire 10 crédits, géographie (2013 ->)

 

Certificate of 40 credits ECTS in French as Foreign Language (2013 ->)

 

Bachelor of Arts (BA), History and Esthetic of Cinematographic Art (2013 ->)

Programme requirements :60 credits ECTS in the first year, 20 each in three different subjects, 120 credits ECTS in the second (2 year) stage, 50 credits in each major and 20 in the options programme.
Duration :From 6 to 10 semesters, with exceptions, for the Bachelor of Arts degree worth 180 ECTS credits. 1 credit ECTS = 25-30 hours of workload
  • History and Esthetic of Cinematographic Art, 2nd part - M23118 - Mandatory - Credits: 50.00

    Level : 2ème partie Ba
    • Film history - M23994 - Mandatory - Credits: 11.00 - Evaluation mode: Evaluation à crédits

      Code : BA-CINE-2-10
      Level : 2ème partie Ba
    • Film theories - M23995 - Mandatory - Credits: 11.00 - Evaluation mode: Evaluation à crédits

      Code : BA-CINE-2-20
      Level : 2ème partie Ba
    • Film analysis - M23996 - Mandatory - Credits: 11.00 - Evaluation mode: Evaluation à crédits

      Code : BA-CINE-2-30
      Level : 2ème partie Ba
    • Optional Courses - M23997 - Mandatory - Credits: 9.00 - Evaluation mode: Evaluation à crédits

      Code : BA-CINE-2-40
      Level : 2ème partie Ba
    • Exams - M23998 - Mandatory - Credits: 8.00 - Evaluation mode: Evaluation à crédits

      Code : BA-CINE-2-50
      Level : 2ème partie Ba

      Liste des épreuves :

      ExaminationTeacher(s)Coef.ModalitiesStatusCredits
      Sequence analysis of a filmMireille Berton, Alain Boillat, Charles-Antoine Courcoux, Pierre-Emmanuel Jaques, Laurent Le Forestier, Sylvain Portmann, Valentine Robert, Stéphane Tralongo1Oral examinationMandatory2.00
      Text analysisMireille Berton, Alain Boillat, François Bovier, Charles-Antoine Courcoux, Séverine Graff, Pierre-Emmanuel Jaques, Laurent Le Forestier, Olivier Lugon, Sylvain Portmann, Valentine Robert, Maria Tortajada, Benoît Turquety1Oral examinationMandatory2.00
      Film analysisMireille Berton, Alain Boillat, Charles-Antoine Courcoux, Séverine Graff, Laurent Guido, Laurent Le Forestier, Sylvain Portmann, Valentine Robert, Maria Tortajada, Stéphane Tralongo, Benoît Turquety1Written examOptional4.00
      History of cinemaMireille Berton, François Bovier, Delphine Chedaleux, Séverine Graff, Pierre-Emmanuel Jaques, Laurent Le Forestier, Olivier Lugon, Maria Tortajada, Stéphane Tralongo, Benoît Turquety1Written examOptional4.00
      Film theoryMireille Berton, François Bovier, Charles-Antoine Courcoux, Omar Hachemi, Laurent Le Forestier, Sylvain Portmann, Stéphane Tralongo, Benoît Turquety1Written examOptional4.00

 

Bachelor of Arts (BA), Ancient History (2013 ->)

Programme requirements :60 credits ECTS in the first year, 20 each in three different subjects, 120 credits ECTS in the second (2 year) stage, 50 credits in each major and 20 in the options programme.
Duration :From 6 to 10 semesters, with exceptions, for the Bachelor of Arts degree worth 180 ECTS credits. 1 credit ECTS = 25-30 hours of workload
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