I have a strange predicament.
For the last two years I was a Film Studies major at one college. I decided I did not like it and decided to transfer to another university across town for Equine Science just to get a degree in something because college isn't really my thing. I am taking my final film course this semester at the first college to finish a minor there. It's Film Theory, which essentially is meant for seniors to take during their capstone project so that they can apply the different theories to their final production projects. Theory, in this case, meaning the ideas and reasoning behind why certain techniques and such are used.
Since I am a Film minor, (mind, also a junior who just transferred and is starting a new major in addition to different 100 level generals) instead of doing my project for this class on how I applied different theory aspects to actual production, I am meant to apply to my major. Yep. I have to apply film theory to horses.
I am at a completely loss. I don't even know how to go about it. The only other two minors are both History and Graphic Communications majors. One is doing an animation and the other is just doing some random history project for it. Both understandable. I talked to my prof about it and he basically told me to contact my Equine advisor because he "had no idea what the Equine program does" as if the Equine professors know what the Film department does. O.O
Sooo yeah. Any suggestions?