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Liberal Education

or Advanced Options

22 Courses Found.

Tuition for undergraduate courses, with the exclusion of most travel courses, is banded (12-18 credits). Some programs/courses are approved for differential tuition, this charge is in addition to the tuition rate. Please review your charges on your fee statement in e-Services.
ID Dept. Crs. Sect. Title Cr. Days Time Location Instructor Md. Size  
Mass Communications
For information on which courses in this department charge differential tuition, click here for more information.
155320 MASC 1100 01 Mass Media and Society 3 97/120 books
155313 MASC 1840 01 Intro to Media Writing 3 24/24 Full books
156326 MASC 1840 90 Intro to Media Writing 3 ONL 3/30 books
On Campus students can register for this course beginning at noon on 12/1/14.
156329 MASC 1930 90 Independent Cinema Survey 1 *ONL 26/30 books
Two mandatory meetings March 25th and 26th at the Headwater's Film Festival.
156404 MASC 2130 01 Multi-Media Practicum 1 13/25 books
Instructor Permission Required
Headwaters Film Festival Large Event Planning - Experiential Learning Course
156454 MASC 2130 80 Multi-Media Practicum 1 2/1 Full books
155318 MASC 2223 01 Audio Production 3 14/24 books
155319 MASC 2233 01 Video Production 3 10/24 books
156275 MASC 2243 01 Intro to Postproduction 3 13/24 books
155317 MASC 2460 01 Digital Photography 3 24/24 Full books
ID Dept. Crs. Sect. Title Cr. Days Time Location Instructor Md. Size  
155316 MASC 2690 01 Principles of Public Rela 3 21/30 books
156328 MASC 2690 90 Principles of Public Rela 3 ONL 6/25 books
On Campus students can register for this course beginning at noon on 12/1/14.
156269 MASC 2900 01 Social Media 3 37/45 books
156276 MASC 3150 01 Photojournalism 3 17/24 books
155315 MASC 3330 01 Audio/Video Studio Produc 3 6/24 books
156266 MASC 3500 0 Media Design 3 24/24 Full books
156270 MASC 3850 01 Media Ethics and Law 3 20/45 books
155321 MASC 3900 01 Cinema of Redemption 3 16/30 books
This course examines the concept of redemption as represented in cinema across a broad spectrum of cultures and belief systems.
156273 MASC 3900 02 Persuasion in the Media 2 9/45 books
This course examines historical and contemporary persuasion in the mass media, including: propaganda, political campaigns, public relations and advertising. Students will become more effective communicators and more resilient citizens by gaining knowledge of the tactics that persuaders use to shape the attitudes of an audience.
155314 MASC 4892 90 Senior Thesis/Project 3 ONL 21/24 books
ON-CAMPUS BASED STUDENTS will be expected to meet on campus (Rm BG 207) on 1/13, 2/17, and 4/14, 12PM - 2:50PM, with a required final presentation on 4/30/15, remainder consists of on-line & individual mtgs w/ instructor.................. ONLINE DISTANCE STUDENTS ONLY: All instructor mtgs will be scheduled as conference calls and an interactive on-line final presentation.
156458 MASC 4910 01 DIS: Research and Develop 2 1/1 Full books
156457 MASC 4970 01 Internship 3 2/1 Full books

Media Types
*ONL - Predominately Online (may have up to 2 class meetings OR require proctored exams)
BLND - Blended - face to face and online class meetings
IND - Independent Study
ITV - Interactive Television
ONL - Completely Online (no face to face meetings or synchronous online meetings)
ONLS - Completely Online with some synchronous class meetings

Last updated at 4:45am on Nov 23, 2014