New Undergrad Courses for 2012-2014 Catalog
New courses in Arts and Technology and Emerging Media and Communication will be introduced in the 2012-2014 catalog. Some of these courses will be offered beginning fall 2012. See your academic advisor for more detailed information on how these changes relate to your degree plan. Review the paths for Animation and Game Design students.
- ATEC 3310 Audio Technologies
- ATEC 3331 Sound Design for Film
- ATEC 3354 Sound Design for Games
- ATEC 4310 Digital Audio Processing
Arts and Humanities
- HIST 3332 HIstory of the Electronic Age
(new option for HIST 3337, 3374 or PHIL 4310 requirement)
Digital Design and EMAC
- ATEC 4361 Internet Studio II
- EMAC 3328 The Digital Society
- EMAC 3343 Social Networks
Business and ATEC
- ATEC 4341 Digital Marketing Design
- ATEC 3353 Game Studies
- ATEC 4365 Level Design & Scripting
- ATEC 2326 Computer Animation Processes
- ATEC 3315 Motion Graphics
- ATEC 3328 Rigging I
- ATEC 4328 Rigging II
- ATEC 4339 Special Effects
- ATEC 4351 Animation Studio I
- ATEC 4352 Animation Studio II
- CS 3360 Computer Graphics for Artists and Designers
Students on previous catalogs may still take listed requirements, CS 3335 CS 3375, or CS 4336.
New name, but counts the same.
- ATEC 2383 Animation Principles (was 2D Traditional Animation)
- ATEC 3320 Information Usability and Design (was Writing & Editing for the World Wide Web)
- ATEC 4340 Project Management for ATEC (was Business and the Digital Arts)
- ATEC 2322 Theories of Emerging Media & Comm. (was Introduction to Electronic and Digital Comm)
- ATEC 3326 Emerging Media Production (was Emergent Media and Mass Communications)
- ATEC 4326 Advanced Emerging Media Production (was Emergent Media Production)
- Announcing STEM to STEAM graduate seminar for Fall 2016, ATEC UT Dallas.
- ATEC Professor Named Recipient of UT System’s 2016 Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Award.
- Prof Explores Vocabulary, Knowledge in Twitter Project
- Anne Balsamo Appointed Inaugural Dean of ATEC School
- Virtual Reality Scientist Wins CAREER Grant, Targets Training Programs