Sep 22, 2019  
2014-15 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2014-15 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


 

Electronic Media Communication

   •  EMC 1020 - American Media and Social Institutions
   •  EMC 1050 - Basic Digital Photography and Imaging
   •  EMC 1300 - Animation and the Illusion of Motion
   •  EMC 2030 - Visual Journalism Production
   •  EMC 2120 - Sight, Sound, and Motion
   •  EMC 2130 - Introduction to Field Video Production
   •  EMC 2131 - Introduction to Studio Video Production
   •  EMC 2132 - Introduction to Video Journalism
   •  EMC 2410 - Introduction to Electronic Media
   •  EMC 2500 - Survey of New Media Communication
   •  EMC 3000 - Introduction to Motion Pictures
   •  EMC 3020 - Writing for the Electronic Media
   •  EMC 3030 - Electronic Media Advertising
   •  EMC 3040 - Motion Graphics I
   •  EMC 3060 - Writing for Digital Media
   •  EMC 3070 - Introduction to Social Media Practice
   •  EMC 3110 - Radio Station Operations
   •  EMC 3140 - Multi-Camera Directing and Producing
   •  EMC 3150 - Single-Camera Directing and Producing
   •  EMC 3200 - Still Digital Imaging
   •  EMC 3210 - New Media Video Applications
   •  EMC 3300 - Introduction to Digital Animation
   •  EMC 3310 - Intermediate Digital Animation
   •  EMC 3320 - Introduction to Digital Compositing
   •  EMC 3410 - Electronic Media News Writing
   •  EMC 3420 - Freelance Video Production
   •  EMC 3460 - Media and Messages
   •  EMC 3500 - Electronic Media News Reporting and Producing
   •  EMC 3510 - Mass Media and American Culture
   •  EMC 3570 - Broadcast Announcing and Performance
   •  EMC 3580 - Broadcast Practicum
   •  EMC 3600 - Digital and Media Literacy
   •  EMC 3650 - Free Expression, Mass Media, and the American Public
   •  EMC 3740 - Advanced Electronic Media News Reporting and Producing
   •  EMC 4000 - Broadcast Internship
   •  EMC 4010 - Electronic Media Sales
   •  EMC 4020 - Advanced Scriptwriting
   •  EMC 4040 - Motion Graphics II
   •  EMC 4060 - Photojournalism
   •  EMC 4130 - Advanced Production Editing
   •  EMC 4140 - Electronic Media Programming
   •  EMC 4150 - Video Series Production
   •  EMC 4210 - Mass Communication and Society
   •  EMC 4250 - Mass Media Law
   •  EMC 4300 - Advanced Digital Animation I
   •  EMC 4310 - Advanced Digital Animation II
   •  EMC 4400 - Animation Seminar I
   •  EMC 4410 - Animation Seminar II
   •  EMC 4430 - Electronic Media Management
   •  EMC 4460 - New Media Capstone
   •  EMC 4500 - International Cinema
   •  EMC 4610 - Visual Communication for the Print Media
   •  EMC 4660 - Scientific Approaches to Media
   •  EMC 4790 - Global News and World Media Cultures
   •  EMC 4800 - Seminar in Media Issues
   •  EMC 4810 - Global Comparative Media Systems
   •  EMC 4820 - Race, Gender, and Class in Media
   •  EMC 4850 - Ethics and Mass Communication
   •  EMC 4900 - Independent Study in Mass Communication
   •  EMC 4910 - Advanced Seminar-Digital Imaging
   •  EMC 4920 - Advanced Seminar-Electronic Media Journalism
   •  EMC 4930 - Advanced Seminar-Electronic Media Management
   •  EMC 4940 - Advanced Seminar-Electronic Media Production
   •  EMC 4950 - Advanced Seminar-New Media

Elementary Education

   •  ELED 1001 - Becoming a Paraprofessional Literacy Tutor
   •  ELED 2100 - Middle School Experiential Learning
   •  ELED 3150 - Mathematics Methodology
   •  ELED 3300 - Digital Learning in the Elementary Classroom, K-8
   •  ELED 3330 - Instructional Design and Technology in the Middle Grades, 5-8
   •  ELED 4070 - Writing to Learn
   •  ELED 4110 - Directed Teaching, Grades K-8
   •  ELED 4260 - Problems in Elementary Education
   •  ELED 4340 - Managing Learning Environments
   •  ELED 4350 - Theory to Practice
   •  ELED 4410 - Effective Instruction: Integrating Social Studies and Assessment

Elementary, Early, and Special Education

   •  EESE 1010 - Overview of Education
   •  EESE 1011 - Overview of Education II

Engineering

   •  ENGR 1100 - Engineering Fundamentals
   •  ENGR 1210 - Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering
   •  ENGR 2100 - Introduction to Engineering Design
   •  ENGR 2110 - Statics
   •  ENGR 2120 - Dynamics
   •  ENGR 2130 - Electrical Circuit Analysis I
   •  ENGR 3510 - Electrical Circuit Analysis II
   •  ENGR 3520 - Digital Circuits Fundamentals
   •  ENGR 3530 - Electronics and Instrumentation
   •  ENGR 3550 - Fluid Dynamic and Power
   •  ENGR 3560 - Mechanics of Materials
   •  ENGR 3570 - Machine Design
   •  ENGR 3590 - Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery
   •  ENGR 3915 - Technical Project Management and Soft Skills
   •  ENGR 3920 - Engineering Safety
   •  ENGR 3930 - Systems Engineering
   •  ENGR 3970 - Engineering Economy
   •  ENGR 4500 - FE Exam Preparation
   •  ENGR 4510 - Programmable Logic Controllers and Networks
   •  ENGR 4520 - Electrical Power and Machinery
   •  ENGR 4530 - Controls and Optimization
   •  ENGR 4580 - Mechatronic System Design
   •  ENGR 4590 - Automation System Design
 

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