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Projected Course Offerings by Semester


Fall 2018
  • 114 – Introduction to Media Aesthetics
  • 115 – Introduction to Media Business (2 sections)
  • 120 – Introduction to Audio/Radio
  • 250 – Introduction to Visual Media
  • 305 – New Media Theory & Practice
  • 306 – Introduction to Post Production
  • 310 – History of Cinema, Radio & TV
  • 321 – Studio Production
  • 325 – TV Practicum (1 cr)
  • 326 – Radio Practicum (1 cr)
  • 342 – Narrative Production
  • 344 – Primetime Television Writing
  • 347 – Race, Class, Gender in Mass Media
  • 348 – Art of Criticism
  • 349 – Audience Research
  • 350 – Cinematography/Videography
  • 359 – Audio for Video Techniques (cross-listed with Music, 2 crs)
  • 400/401 – Professional Internships
  • 406 – Advanced Post Production
  • 429 – Advanced Radio Production
  • 499 – Outgoing Career Prep
Fall 2018 Interim (January 2019)
  • 399 – LA Connection
  • 400/401 – Professional Internships
  • 499 – Outgoing Prep
Spring 2019
  • 101 – Understanding Radio TV & Motion Pictures (HU)
  • 114 – Introduction to Media Aesthetics
  • 115 – Understanding Media
  • 120 – Introduction to Audio/Radio
  • 250 – Introduction to Visual Media
  • 305 – New Media
  • 306 – Introduction to Post Production
  • 310 – History of Cinema, Radio & TV
  • 325 – Television Practicum (1 cr)
  • 326 – Radio Practicum (1 cr)
  • 341 – Documentary Production
  • 345 – Television Development
  • 347 – Race, Class, Gender in the Mass Media
  • 352 – News Production
  • 364 – Digital Communication and Design
  • 400 – Professional Internship I
  • 401 – Professional Internship II
  • 425 – Seminar in Radio-TV-Film (topic to be determined)
  • 434 – Advanced Narrative Scriptwriting
  • 440 – Advanced Visual Production
  • 499 – Outgoing Career Preparation
Fall 2019
  • 114 – Introduction to Media Aesthetics
  • 115 – Introduction to Media Business (2 sections)
  • 120 – Introduction to Audio/Radio
  • 250 – Introduction to Visual Media
  • 305 – New Media Theory & Practice
  • 306 – Introduction to Post Production
  • 310 – History of Cinema, Radio & TV
  • 321 – Studio Production
  • 325 – TV Practicum (1 cr)
  • 326 – Radio Practicum (1 cr)
  • 342 – Narrative Production
  • 344 – Primetime Television Writing
  • 347 – Race, Class, Gender in Mass Media
  • 348 – Art of Criticism
  • 349 – Audience Research
  • 350 – Cinematography/Videography
  • 359 – Audio for Video Techniques (cross-listed with Music, 2 crs)
  • 400/401 – Professional Internships
  • 406 – Advanced Post Production
  • 429 – Advanced Radio Production
  • 499 – Outgoing Career Prep