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Animation II

Course No. TIM210.1  Credits: 3.0

An advanced, project-based course whose goal it is to create finished Animation or Motion Graphics pieces. Emphasis will be on After Effects and/or Apple Motion. Priority enrollment to TIME and Communication Design majors. This course covers contemporary issues in Motion Graphics and Broadcast Design. In this class, students will visualize, develop, and realize various creative solutions for tasks in 2D and 2 1/2D animation projects. Concept development, visual storytelling, montage theory, typography, sound design, and principles and meanings of movement will be explored. The final project will be a broadcast-ready or festival piece. If you're not sure what sort of work is created in the realm of motion graphics, please check out: http://motionographer.com/ Required materials: A 7200 rpm hard drive, a set of headphones and a notebook. 3 credits.

Animation II

Course No. TIM310.1  Credits: 3.0

An advanced, project-based course whose goal it is to create finished Animation or Motion Graphics pieces. Emphasis will be on After Effects and/or Apple Motion. Priority enrollment to TIME and Communication Design majors. This course covers contemporary issues in Motion Graphics and Broadcast Design. In this class, students will visualize, develop, and realize various creative solutions for tasks in 2D and 2 1/2D animation projects. Concept development, visual storytelling, montage theory, typography, sound design, and principles and meanings of movement will be explored. The final project will be a broadcast-ready or festival piece. If you're not sure what sort of work is created in the realm of motion graphics, please check out: http://motionographer.com/ Required materials: A 7200 rpm hard drive, a set of headphones and a notebook. 3 credits.

Animation II

Course No. TIM410.1  Credits: 3.0

An advanced, project-based course whose goal it is to create finished Animation or Motion Graphics pieces. Emphasis will be on After Effects and/or Apple Motion. Priority enrollment to TIME and Communication Design majors. This course covers contemporary issues in Motion Graphics and Broadcast Design. In this class, students will visualize, develop, and realize various creative solutions for tasks in 2D and 2 1/2D animation projects. Concept development, visual storytelling, montage theory, typography, sound design, and principles and meanings of movement will be explored. The final project will be a broadcast-ready or festival piece. If you're not sure what sort of work is created in the realm of motion graphics, please check out: http://motionographer.com/ Required materials: A 7200 rpm hard drive, a set of headphones and a notebook. 3 credits.

Animation: Internship

Course No. ANIM 399-499  Credits: 0.0

Elective credit can be given on a case-by-case basis for an internship developed by a student through the career services office, with advance permission of instructor and head of department.

Anthropology

Course No. SNS 378  Credits: 3.0
Faculty Diane Lichtenstein | Elizabeth Hoag

The course is an introduction to the nature of culture and a comparison of contemporary western and non-western cultures worldwide. Readings, films, slides and class discussion help review cultural similarities and differences in subsistence technology, language, social organization, politics, religion and art. An analysis that views culture as humankind's most important adaptive tool, a strategy for survival, also suggests anthropology's relevance for appreciating modern world social, economic and ecological problems. The course addresses contemporary issues of human choices and culture change.

Applied Portfolio and Professional Strategies

Course No. BMA 404  Credits: 3.0

The Applied Portfolio and Professional Strategies course will help the student develop applied portfolios in offline and online media, demo reels, and print-related materials relating to professional packages (resumes, cover letters, business cards, etc.) Students will learn real-world business approaches for art and culturally-based professionals within community networks. The understanding of contracts, copyright, budgeting and marketing and presentation concepts as applied to commercial-based work and freelance opportunities will be explored. The course is designed to help the student navigate the professional areas of art and integrated media, while gaining critical insight into art practice and leadership in the business environment.

Architectural Drawing and Documentation

Course No. INTA 231B  Credits: 3.0
Faculty George Gatta

This course is an introduction to hand drafting and documentation including drawing, lettering and historic referencing as well as ADA topics, historic vernacular, and space planning. Field trips may be included. Mandatory for all Sophomore Interior Design Majors. Open elective, sophomore and above. Offered fall.

Architecture and Communication Skills

Course No. INTA 385  Credits: 3.0
Faculty Pete Maric
Prerequisite(s) INTA: Communication Skills 1 | INTA: Communication Skills 2

Advanced level drawing and rendering, focusing on traditional and digital media. Mandatory for all Junior Interior Architecture Majors. Open elective, sophomore and above. Prerequisites: INTA285 and INTA286 required for Interior Architecture majors. No prerequisites for elective students. Offered fall.

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