The Summer and Fall 2013 schedule is now live in Course Book and Galaxy. Please refer to Course Book (http://coursebook.utdallas.edu/) to find updated information on days and times. As a reminder, the schedule is subject to change, and official course information should always be found via Galaxy or Course Book.

NOTE: Room locations will be updated at a later date and time once the new ATEC building has been completed.

Undergraduate EMAC students please contact Melissa Hernandez-Katz (last names A-K), melissa.katz@utdallas.edu, or Tara Lewis (last names L-Z), tara.lewis@utdallas.edu, with any questions regarding holds and/or registration.

Graduate students please contact Tara Lewis with any registration/hold information.

Fall 2013 Schedule (Subject to change) – Find specific times in Course Book (http://coursebook.utdallas.edu/).

Undergraduate Courses

ATEC 2321- Writing and Research for Emerging Media, M/W, A. Famiglietti

ATEC 2321- Writing and Research for Emerging Media, T/TH, A. Famiglietti

ATEC 2321- Writing and Research for Emerging Media, M/W, Staff

ATEC 2322 – Theories of Emerging Media and Communication, T/TH, D. Parry

ATEC 2322 – Theories of Emerging Media and Communication, M/W, Staff

ATEC 3326 – Emerging Media Production, W, Staff

ATEC 3326 – Emerging Media Production, F, Staff

ATEC 4326 – Advanced Emerging Media Production, W, Staff

EMAC 4325 – Digital Writing, T/TH, K. Knight

COMM 3300 – Reading Media Critically, T, J. Johnson

COMM 3300 – Reading Media Critically, TH, J. Johnson

COMM 3342 – Topics in Communciation, M/W, L. Bell

COMM 3342 – Topics in Communication, T/TH, Staff

COMM 4314 – Persuasion, M/W, L. Bell

COMM 4314 – Persuasion, M/W, L. Bell (Yes, there are two sections. Not a typo.)

EMAC 3328 – The Digital Society, M/W, C.Shen

EMAC 4372 – Topics in Emerging Media and Communication, M/W, A. Famiglietti

EMAC 4372 – Topics in Emerging Media and Communication, T/TH, D. Parry

COMM 4340 – Small Group Communication, M/W, M. Schlobohm

Please consult your degree plan and Course Book for other required courses being offered in Fall 2013.

Graduate Courses

EMAC 6300 – Interdisciplinary Studies in EMAC, TH, K. Knight

EMAC 6361 – Creating Interactive Media, T, C. Nazir

EMAC 6372 – Approaches to Emerging Media and Communication, M, C. Shen

EMAC 6373 – Emerging Media Studio, T, D. Terry

New elective courses for Fall 2013:

ATEC 4370 – Topics in Arts and Technology: Multidisciplinary Research (counts as upper level elective), TH, M. Schich (www.utdallas.edu/atec/schich)

Gather, organize, analyze, and communicate is an essential sequence in almost every field of research. Looking at commonalities and differences in this sequence, we explore opportunities and hurdles of multidisciplinary collaboration. We draw inspiration from a variety of fields, including Arts & Humanities, Arts & Technology, Emerging Media and Communication, data science, information design, computer science, natural science, entrepreneurship, and classic rhetoric.

ATEC 6389 – Topics in Arts and Technology: Networks and History (counts as prescribed elective), TH, M. Schich (www.utdallas.edu/atec/schich)

Networks and history are intertwined. As we study history, we are confronted with a non-intuitive heterogeneity of complex networks. These complex networks connect things, concepts, individuals, locations, and events. Understanding the non-trivial dynamics and evolution of these networks becomes mission critical to historical inquiry. In this course we will combine qualitative and quantitative approaches to identify and tackle the challenges of long and networked data.

Spring 2014 Schedule (TENTATIVE – Subject to Change)

Undergraduate Courses

ATEC 2321 – Writing and Research for Emerging Media, A. Famiglietti

ATEC 2321 – Writing and Research for Emerging Media, A. Famiglietti

ATEC 2322 – Theories of Emerging Media and Communication, D. Parry

ATEC 2322 – Theories of Emerging Media and Communication, Staff

ATEC 3326 – Emerging Media Production, Staff

ATEC 3326 – Emerging Media Production, Staff

ATEC 4326 – Advanced Emerging Media Production, Staff

EMAC 4325 – Digital Writing, K. Knight

COMM 3300 – Reading Media Critically, J. Johnson

COMM 3342 – Topics in Communication, J. Johnson

COMM 3342 – Topics in Communication, Staff

COMM 4314 – Persuasion, L. Bell

EMAC 3343 – Social Networks, C. Shen

EMAC 4372 – Topics in Emerging Media and Communication, C. Nazir

EMAC 4372 – Topics in Emerging Media and Communication, Staff

COMM 3311 – Interpersonal Communication, M. Hernandez-Katz

COMM 3301 – Public and Professional Speaking for Communication, L. Bell

Graduate Courses

EMAC 6300 – Interdisciplinary Studies in EMAC, D. Parry

EMAC 6342 – Digital Culture, A. Famiglietti

EMAC 6374 – Digital Textuality, K. Knight

EMAC 6383 – Emerging Media Studio II, D. Terry

EMAC 6375 – Research Methodologies in EMAC, C. Shen