Where can I get more information on these courses?
Contact the appropriate division office if you have questions regarding a specific class. SCA Student Services (SCB 105) can provide you with information on the degree programs and the Cinematic Arts Minor.

I am an undergraduate. Can I take graduate courses?
To take a graduate course, you must receive approval from the department offering the course, and the chair of your major department. See your academic advisor for further information.

Is there a different tuition rate for undergraduate and graduate SCA courses?
Yes. Please check the Fall 2014 Schedule of Classes for tuition rates.

Where can I sign up for "D" classes?
Beginning Wednesday, April 9, prior to registration, students should do the following:

Animation & Digital Arts (CTAN):

Go to the Animation & Digital Arts office (SCB 210D).

Digital Studies (IML)

Email the Institute for Multimedia Literacy at
iml@cinema.usc.edu.

Critical Studies (CTCS):

Go to the Critical Studies office (SCA 320).

Interactive Media (CTIN):

Go to the Interactive Media front desk (across from SCA 218).

Production (CTPR):
Go to the Student Services office (SCB 105).

Writing (CTWR):

Go to the following address:
cinema.usc.edu/students/studentaffairs/dclearance.htm

*Minor Legend

  • ANDA designated classes apply toward the
    Animation & Digital Arts Minor.
  • CART designated classes apply toward the
    Cinematic Arts Minor.
  • DGST designated classes apply toward the
    Digital Studies Minor.
  • SCWR designated classes apply toward the
    Screenwriting Minor.
  • CNHP designated classes apply toward the
    Cinema-Television for the Health Professions Minor.
  • VGDM designated classes apply toward the
    Video Game Design & Management Minor.
    • GMAN designated classes apply towards the Game Animation Minor.
    • GMDS designated classes apply towards the Game Design Minor.
    • GMAD designated classes apply towards the Game Audio Minor.
    • GAME designated classes apply towards the Game Entrepreneurism Minor.