All students prepare a written synopsis of creative goals and research. Emphasis on techniques such as keyframes, motion paths, inverse kinematics, procedural animation and scripting. Fundamentals of 3D Computer Animation DIG C 4 credits An exploration of the basic creative principles and techniques of 3D computer character modeling and animation.
Rhetoric and Aesthetics of Contemporary Culture COM 3 credits Analyzes ways our world is informed by rhetorical discourses as they are informed and shaped by contemporary aesthetics and the production, management and distribution of style, particularly as it is portrayed in popular culture.
Corporate Communication COM 3 credits Instruction and practice in the planning and production of selected modes of oral and written communication common within large corporations, with emphasis on employee newsletters and personal presentations.
Studies in Asian Cinema FIL credits Intensive introduction to a style, director, genre, national tradition or other aspect of Asian cinema. Film to the s FIL 4 credits Prerequisite: FIL This course embeds U.
Gender and Television RTV 3 credits Historical, theoretical and analytical exploration of gender and television in terms of the structures, preferences and commercial imperatives of media institutions, representational dimensions of texts, producers and creators, and viewer readings and uses in everyday life.
The class encourages the development of a personal voice and artistic experimentation. It exposes students to the process involved in curatorial duties, administrative responsibilities and programming detail for screenings. In-depth analysis of protest in the United States and its effect on politics and culture.
Considers the relationship between rhetoric and aesthetics and arenas of life undergoing renewed stylization. Introduction to Multimedia Studies MMC 3 credits An introduction to the transformation of newspapers, magazines, film and video to digital multimedia platforms - based on technological innovations and internet advertising strategies.
Political Communication COM 3 credits The role of ideology, language, symbolism and mediation in the practice of American political communication. Special Topics SPC 3 credits This special topics course is reserved for new subjects in the discipline of speech communication.
Topics include the public sphere, identity, social advocacy and public judgment. Emphasis on narrative and avant-garde styles and traditions. 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.
Critical analysis of examples of public affairs reporting.8 conseils pour choisir le bon poêle à granulés. Economique, confortable, et écologique, le poêle à granulés (ou à pellets) s'impose de plus en plus comme un chauffage principal.
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