COM ARTS 659

A capstone course in digital cinema. Provides students with an immersive experience in the art of visual and aural storytelling. This workshop is structured around the creation of a half-hour finished film, planned and completed …

COM ARTS 651

Remote video production in both documentary and narrative genres.

COM ARTS 614

Application of communication concepts to problems in such professional field settings as business organizations, media firms, political offices and organizations, and governmental agencies. (Does not count toward the 30-credit requirement for undergrad majors in Communication …

COM ARTS 615

Application of communication concepts to problems in such field settings as business organizations, media firms, political offices and organizations, and governmental agencies. (Does not count toward the 30-credit requirement for undergrad majors in Communication Arts.)

COM ARTS 605

Students synthesize the material they have learned throughout the Digital Studies certificate program and explore opportunities for professional and personal growth based on their experience. To enroll, students must be in the Digital Studies Certificate …

COM ARTS 570

Study of major theories of rhetoric from their origins in ancient Greece to Bacon, including theories of Plato, Aristotle, Cicero, Quintilian, Longinus, St. Augustine, and others.

COM ARTS 556

Influences of industrial structure, trade policies, foreign markets and censorship on Hollywood’s production practices up to 1948.

COM ARTS 552

An examination of contemporary Hollywood films focusing on the interrelations of cinematic narrative, style, technology, and institutions. It surveys the work of major directors and considers the box office impact of key genres and film …