DMA3399.01-SU0217 Wri & Res in Digital Media Arts

An independent study creating website for three or more clients. Goal is to upload all three to internet and be available to public by end of semester. Course content: Manage clients, develop content, manage domain and hosting elements, Facebook page, etc. Journal documenting of work efforts.

DMA3399.B1-FA0117 W/R:Photojournalism Iberia (Std Abr)

DMA3399.B1-FA0117 W/R: Photojournalism Iberia (Std Abr)

In this intermediate photography and beginning storytelling course, students learn how to capture pictures so they come out bright and clear, take photos in low-light to learn how to compensate for the lack of light, as well as take pictures for a wide variety of stories. Various subjects may apply, i.e., concerts, architecture, cafeteria, restaurant, and even sporting event to practice movement pictures. Final project is a photo diary of life events during a study abroad on the Iberian peninsula.

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DMA3332.B1-FA0117 Digital Fundamentals & Imaging

3332  Digital Fundamentals and Imaging. Beginning course in digital photography,  image manipulation, basic art elements, design principles, color theory, and composition. Utilizes Adobe Photoshop, a current image manipulation software along with beginning digital camera techniques, bringing dissimilar elements together in order to form powerful imagery. Course emphasis is on composition and development of self-expression. Access to a digital camera required. Research project required. PRE: Junior status. Fee $50. B

DMA4330.01-FA0117 Digital Media Internship/Portfolio

DMA4330/Practicum/01 - Digital Media Internship/Portfolio | Credits 3.00 
Visual communication experience in a local business context under the direction and supervision of management and faculty. Internship requires 90 hours of field placement and portfolio development. B

DMA3341.01-FA0117 Advertising Design

DMA3341 Advertising Design. Beginning course for visual communicators, such as artists, graphic designers, marketing advertising, and image consultants, interested in graphic arts for expression and more effective communication. Includes advertising campaigns, editorial illustrations, oral presentations, retail packaging designs, and displays. Lecture, demonstration, and hands on experience. Students gain a working knowledge of Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop in a Mac environment. Research project required. PRE: ART 1305 or DMA 3322 and junior status or departmental permission required. Fee $50. FALL

DMA2344.B1-FA0117 Multimedia Design

DMA2344 Multimedia Design. Animation techniques, photo manipulation, page layout, and video for use in multimedia and web design projects. Utilizes current Adobe software: InDesign, Illustrator, Premier, Flash, and Photoshop in a Mac environment. Requires an experiential knowledge of computer graphics, color, and design techniques. Project required. Fee $50.