Scriptwriting FIL 4 credits Formal elements of writing for film and television; preparation of proposals and scripts with emphasis on conception, structure, characterization and format. Non-verbal messages from a variety of cultures are examined. Some Special Topics courses may require permission of instructor The study of a special area in communication.
Presents the fundamental vocabulary and concepts necessary for analyzing individual films and groups of films. Each student writes a critical essay concerning the importance of a specific animation to the development of computer art.
Some Special Topics courses may require permission of instructor The study of a special area in communication. Introduction to Communication and Civic Life COM 3 credits An overview of major approaches to the analysis and criticism of contemporary cultural concerns, situating these within the broader historical contexts of communication and cultural theory.
May be repeated for credit. RTV with minimum grade of "C" Investigation of video as an experimental art form through exploratory production exercises. One recurring question we will ask ourselves is: Theories will be generated to describe or explain how communication varies across cultures.
Web Research for Journalists DIG 3 credits The course offers students the opportunity to explore the vast amount of information available on the Internet and immerse themselves in online research.
Specifically, students adapt these 3D production techniques to the creation of game assets to be implemented in a visual demo of their game concept, assets, animation tests and other artwork for interactive applications.
We will read one twentieth century novel, The Enormous Room, by e. Sophomore standing Credit for enrollment in approved study abroad programs. Non-Verbal Communication in a Diverse Society COM 3 credits Course focuses on the significance of non-verbal behavior when communicating across cultures.
Peace, Conflict and Oral Narrative COM 3 credits Theory and methodology behind conflict resolution and peace-building techniques that employ storytelling, with a strong emphasis on learning and creating stories. Studies in Gender and Sexuality COM 3 credits Selected forms of analysis of the issues of gender and sexuality presented from different communication perspectives utilizing feminist and other theoretical approaches.
Course explores the fundamental forms, structures and ideas behind film and video exhibition. Organizing and writing proposals, treatments and scripts, with basic training in equipment and techniques of video production. This will include the analysis of cinematography, staging, shot composition, character and environmental design, story development, narrative structures, storyboard drafting and animatic editing.
Permission of instructor required. Environmental Journalism JOU 3 credits This course introduces environmental reporting, with emphasis on the Everglades and the rest of South Florida's ecosystem.
Directed Individual Project COM credits An individual communication project, approved in advance by the directing faculty member. With faculty guidance and supervision, they prepare creative works and submit them for consideration in an M.
This will include the analysis of cinematography, staging, shot composition, character and environmental design, story development, narrative structures, storyboard drafting and animatic editing.
Students gain a thorough understanding of matting, keying, transitions, timing, color manipulation, compression and special effects. Students will read works from a variety of literary genres, including film, as they examine how authors employ the elements of fiction to bring meaning to their texts.
They will also learn other elements such as how authors employ techniques and devices to create meaning in their texts. New Media Narrative MMC 4 credits Explores traditional and alternative storytelling using new media tools and paradigms. Global expansion of Hollywood and its power relations between the U.
Topics include communication traditions, texts, audiences, practices and contributions to social change.
Intercultural Communication SPC 3 credits Examination of the intracultural and intercultural communication differences within and between culturally diverse groups in the United States.
Emphasis on the dominant tradition of narrative realism and various modernist alternatives. COM and 18 credits in the major; Communication Studies majors only, Senior level Provides the experienced student of communication with an opportunity to reflect on disciplinary concepts and examine the influential role communication plays in nurturing democratic practices, recognizing and valuing diversity and training active, responsible citizens.
Television Production RTV C 4 credits A lecture-laboratory course with active participation in the planning and production of broadcast programming. Quantitative Communication Research COM 3 credits Quantitative research in communication, emphasizing experimental design and statistical methods in content analysis and survey study.
Special Topics FIL 3 credits This special topics course is reserved for new subjects in the discipline of film studies.
Students are exposed to leadership as a product of symbolic communication by using both theories and practice to demonstrate that leadership competence results from communication competence. Some Special Topics courses may require permission of instructor The study of a special area in communication.
Graduate standing or permission of instructor Broadly surveys theoretical traditions in film studies, intercultural studies, media studies and rhetorical studies. Voiceless people are now using the English language to create an evolving global culture.
Basic analytical and technical terms, concepts and issues. Organizing and writing proposals, treatments and scripts, with basic training in equipment and techniques of video production.Link to College of Arts and Letters Programs Anthropology. Undergraduate Courses/link to graduate courses Cultural Difference in a Globalized Society (ANT.
Seeing as this is an English course, the second aim will be to develop skills necessary for students to be effective readers and writers.
The cultivation of these abilities will not only aid students in their exploration of violence in literature, but in any other analytical work they may need to do in the future. Link to College of Arts and Letters Programs Anthropology.
Undergraduate Courses/link to graduate courses Cultural Difference in a Globalized Society (ANT ) 3 credits Writing Across Curriculum (Gordon Rule). Download-Theses Mercredi 10 juin Download-Theses Mercredi 10 juin INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE ENGLISH.
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