Undergraduate Featured Courses

Intercultural Communications: International Perspective

Effects of cultural attitudes, beliefs, and attributions on meaning assignment. Effects of language on the structure of thought. Ethics and process of the diffusion of cultural innovations are analyzed.

Intermediate Electronic Media Production

Planning and execution of complex field, studio, and multimedia production in a variety of lengths and formats. High level skills in television control room situations and non-linear editing will be used to produce audio, video, and online content.

Intermediate Motion Picture Workshop

The theory and practice of scriptwriting, pre-production, production and post in the creation of a short narrative work.

Intermediate Screenwriting

Study of, and practice in, writing feature length, narrative motion pictures. Development of story line in treatment form, attention to cinematic structure, the development of character, and its presentation on screen is discussed.

Intermediate Scriptwriting

Study of and practice in writing feature length, narrative motion pictures. Development of story line in treatment form, attention to cinematic structure and the development of character and its presentation on screen. Prerequisite: CMP 127.

International and Cross-cultural Advertising

This course will explore advertising in a global marketplace. Emphasis will be placed on understanding cultural differences as they relate to international advertising planning, as well as techniques for gathering secondary and primary data on international markets and consumers.

International Electronic Media Systems

Seminar on world broadcasting systems and trans-national communication services . Discussion of contemporary issues involving electronic media systems worldwi de.

Internship in Broadcasting and Allied Fields

Course provides a prescribed study and supervised work with practitioners in broadcasting, broadcast journalism, and allied fields.

Internship in Journalism and Media Management

Prescribed study and supervised work with professionals in Journalism and Media Management.

Interpersonal Communication

Overview of current theories of interpersonal communication. Consideration is given to impression formation, relationship between self-concept and others, fu nction of language in social interaction, and development and maintenance of relationships.

Introduction to Digital Production

Lectures and laboratory work to acquaint the student with the basic techniques of motion pictures. Digital equipment is used to develop an understanding of t he motion picture as a creative tool of communication and expression.

Introduction to Documentary Photography

Course is designed to develop skills in visual storytelling. Students will learn to produce images and recognize what makes good photographs in terms of content, composition, and technical quality.

Introduction to Electronic Media

Introduction to the theory, process, and procedure of electronic media production. Lecture and laboratory are included.

Introduction to Electronic Media Production

Introduction to the theory, process, and procedure of electronic media production. Lecture and laboratory are included.

Introduction to Film Production

Introduction to key set crew positions through lectures, exercises and the production of a collective narrative assignment. Students are required to master contemporary and traditional technology in use in the profession including 16mm cameras and synch sound recording.

Introduction to Game Design

This is an introductory course about game design, theory, and development, and how games align themselves as a lens of study for all interactive media.

Introduction to Intercultural Communication

Introduction to communication among people from diverse cultures. Application of communication theory to intercultural sensitivity and cultural diversity is emphasized.

Introduction to News Media Writing

Principles and practices in journalism for the mass communication media.

Introduction to Screenwriting

Creation and formatting of narrative material for motion pictures. Emphasis on writing the short film.

Introduction to Scriptwriting

Creation and formatting of narrative material for motion pictures and televisio n. Prerequisite: CMP 103 or CBR 102 and ENG 106.
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