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Media Arts Core Classes
This course is a study in writing story for a variety of print, screen, and web-based mediums, fundamentally equipping the student to communicate with people abstractly, visually, and directly. Instructor will explore this idea and many others related to the act of creation as a reflection of the divine, and therefore one of many things we are called to do.
Society & Media
Students are introduced to mass communication and explore its culture-shaping power, contemporary issues, and media’s impact on society. Students evaluate media economics, forms, history, ethics, careers, legal issues, societal issues, and religious issues.
Students gain insight into structures, management, processes, and the economics of and issues surrounding Media and the Arts. An emphasis is placed on financial stability and profitability in a changing media market.
History of Media Arts I
Students explore the history of media arts through the early 1960s. Students examine the connections between economics, industrial history, and social and political systems. Students also examine the media from an artistic, rhetorical, and critical lens.
Media Arts Internship
Under the supervision of a qualified professional, interns gain real-world experience in a media-arts work environment.
Media Arts Integrated Project
Students demonstrate a culmination of skills developed during their studies. Students produce a project with choice of subject and medium which showcases practical skills.