IM178 :  Integrated Media Overview

This course establishes a foundation for developing integrated media projects by engaging students in the critique of a wide range of digital media involving video, sound, design, and photography. Students study both historic and contemporary media and learn to identify the audience, the aesthetic qualities and the communication motives behind image-making and storytelling. Students work in small groups as they deconstruct media and deliver presentations that apply the vocabulary and media literacy tenets used in critical assessment.
Prerequisite: RD090, WR090 and MTH020, each with a grade of "C" or better; or placement above stated course levels. Open to all students who register for all required fall term courses: IM120, IM122, IM123, IM124, IM125, IM178 and a choice of one of the following: GD150, IM150, RB150 or TV150.
Credit Hours: 4
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