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Liberal Education

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28 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.
165429 MASC 1100 01 Mass Media and Society 3 M W F 11:00am - 11:50am HS 112 Sewall, Carl 56/120 books
165691 MASC 1500 01 Intro to Mass Media 1 W 10:00am - 10:50am BG 209 Bakken, Virgil 17/45 books
165423 MASC 1840 01 Intro to Media Writing 3 M W F 9:00am - 9:50am BG 209 Sewall, Carl 24/24 Full books
166139 MASC 1840 90 Intro to Media Writing 3 NA Bakken, Virgil ONL 28/30 books
On Campus students can register for this course beginning at noon on 11/23/15.
166305 MASC 2110 01 Video Media Practicum 1 ARR D 234 Paskvan, Roger 6/10 books
Contact the instructor on the first day of class to receive assignment.
166304 MASC 2120 01 Audio Media Practicum 1 ARR D 234 Paskvan, Roger 8/10 books
Contact the instructor on the first day of class to receive assignment.
166303 MASC 2130 01 Multi-Media Practicum 1 ARR BG 203 Boudry, Valica 4/10 books
Contact the instructor on the first day of class to receive assignment.
165427 MASC 2223 01 Audio Production 3 T H 11:00am - 12:15pm D 251 Paskvan, Roger 22/24 books
165428 MASC 2233 01 Video Production 3 T H 9:30am - 10:45am D 251 Bakken, Virgil 22/24 books
A hands-on course that allows students to experiment and learn to create professional videos for a number of different outcomes; commercial, promotion, social media, news, etc. No prerequisites.
165435 MASC 2243 01 Video Editing 3 T H 12:30pm - 1:45pm L 122 Sea, Debra 24/24 Full books
Video editing is a skill that is in demand for almost every discipline. We'll emphasize storytelling, you'll develop or improve your video editing skills, and study the aesthetics of editing. No prerequisites.
ID Dept. Crs. Sect. Title Cr. Days Time Location Instructor Md. Size  
165426 MASC 2460 01 Digital Photography 3 T H 11:00am - 12:15pm L 122 Lawrence, Monika 24/24 Full books
166140 MASC 2650 90 Principles Social Media 3 NA Sea, Debra ONL 26/25 Full books
On Campus students can register for this course beginning at noon on 11/23/15.
166132 MASC 2690 01 Principles of Public Rela 3 M W F 1:00pm - 1:50pm BG 119 Sewall, Carl 28/30 books
166137 MASC 2690 90 Principles of Public Rela 3 NA Boudry, Valica ONL 24/25 books
On Campus students can register for this course beginning at noon on 11/23/15.
165689 MASC 2700 01 Reporting and Writing 3 T H 2:00pm - 3:15pm L 122 Boudry, Valica 19/24 books
165432 MASC 2900 01 Headwaters Film Festival 2 M W 10:00am - 10:50am BG 119 Sea, Debra 29/25 Full books
Event planning is a sought after skill. Students work in teams to plan and organize the programming, hospitality, fundraising, communication, judging management and technical parts of a large event - the Headwaters Film Festival. No prerequisites.
166148 MASC 2930 90 Independent Film 1 NA Sea, Debra *ONL 31/50 books
Two mandatory meetings April 1st and 2nd (flexible--two hours each day) at the Headwaters Film Festival This online course examines contemporary independent film -- techniques and aesthetics, history, and the business side -- funding models and distribution avenues. No prerequisites.
165690 MASC 3310 01 Directing Visual Media 3 T 6:00pm - 8:50pm BG 119 Bakken, Virgil 12/30 books
Students look at the style and techniques used by commercial, independent and Hollywood directors and then direct their own media project in this class. No prereqs required.
165424 MASC 3330 01 Audio/Video Studio Produc 3 T H 11:00am - 12:15pm D 251 Bakken, Virgil 14/24 books
Explores the different kinds of live programs that are produced in a professional TV studio setting. Students plan and produce their own programs that are aired on KBSU-TV.
166136 MASC 3470 90 Multimedia Marketing Comm 3 NA Boudry, Valica ONL 24/25 books
On Campus students can register for this course beginning at noon on 11/23/15.
ID Dept. Crs. Sect. Title Cr. Days Time Location Instructor Md. Size  
165692 MASC 3480 01 Advanced Audio Production 3 T H 2:00pm - 3:15pm D 251 Paskvan, Roger 12/24 books
165433 MASC 3850 01 Media Ethics and Law 3 M W F 2:00pm - 2:50pm BG 119 Sea, Debra 44/45 books
165430 MASC 3900 01 History of Communication 3 T H 9:30am - 10:45am BG 119 Sewall, Carl 15/45 books
From cave art to cell phones, the technologies of communication have always been powerful forces in our lives. This course will examine the important historical developments in human communication and will explore how these advances shaped the modern world.
166134 MASC 4892 01 Senior Thesis/Project 3 T H 9:30am - 10:45am L 122 Boudry, Valica 15/24 books
166306 MASC 4892 90 Senior Thesis/Project 3 NA Sewall, Carl ONL 13/15 books
166399 MASC 4910 01 DIS: Promo Video Producti 4 ARR Bakken, Virgil 1/1 Full books
166433 MASC 4910 80 DIS: Design Project 1 ARR Sea, Debra 1/1 Full books
166340 MASC 4970 01 Internship 3-4 ARR Bakken, Virgil 5/5 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 9:17pm on Feb 8, 2016