Courses

Undergraduate Graduate
Introduction to digital image-making and manipulation using contemporary software applications. Graphic and photographic methods are presented and applied to art and design problems. Computer images are prepared for multiple delivery environments, including the Internet, games, animation, and print.
R
4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Staff
Foundational overview of design principles and practices common to all design professions, including general rules, laws, and guidelines of commercial design. Students will be introduced to the language of design, sources and resources of design practice, and design specializations and their integration with various relevant technical disciplines.
M
10:30 am - 2:30 pm
Harold "Chip" Wood
W
12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Eric Farrar
Introduction to web content writing and editing and the theory and practice of writing online, interactive multi-media text. Emphasis will be placed on editing for the web, fact-checking, and style. The course will emphasize process writing and editorial practices. Prerequisite: RHET 1302.
MWF
10:00 am - 12:45 pm
Carie Lambert
An introduction and exploration of the impact of computer technology's influence on human communications. Emphasis will be placed on survey and study of emerging modalities of computer mediated communication activities. Additional analysis of theoretical perspectives involving linguistics and cultural studies among other approaches. Prerequisite: RHET 1302.
Introduction to researching, designing, producing, and distributing Internet content. Through readings, class discussions, and class projects, this class focuses on the various means and techniques for publishing networked digital material. The course will help students develop the ability to create and present a networked portfolio of their digital work. Prerequisite: ATEC 2382.
R
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Cassini Nazir
This class will introduce the forms and strategies of digital composition. Through this writing-intensive course students will learn to write in and about digital networked spaces, focusing on changes that the switch from analog to digital has brought to representation. This course will explore writing in the digital age across a range of technologies, environments, and spaces. Prerequisite: RHET 1302.
TR
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Barbara Vance