An introduction to recording, editing, and mixing digital audio. Focus will be on applying the digital audio production process, including hardware and software applications, to produce and enhance creative projects. Not available for supplemental.
Equivalent to CMM-153, CMM-155.
An introductory course that explores ways to create effective videos through the use of industry standard videography, editing and compositing techniques. Care and use of video equipment and related software will also be explored. Emphasis is placed on developing strong storytelling skills to produce engaging video content to be shared with online audiences. Not available for supplemental.
Equivalent to CMM-156.
Equivalent to CMM-163.
An intermediate hands-on approach to the production of interactive content that utilizes web standard coding languages, libraries and frameworks. Focus is on exploration of techniques that embed and control rich-media elements. Not available for supplemental.
Equivalent to CMM-165.
Requisite courses: Take CMM-1163 (Required, Previous).
A hands-on application of the principles of animation will be used to create various animations. Focus will be on understanding and applying the animation development process, including sketching and storyboard design. Not available for supplemental.
Equivalent to CMM-185, CMM-275.
The application of best practices to create professional self-promotional material for print, online and social media. Aptitude tests will be used to focus intent and career goals. Emphasis will be placed on showcasing work with the goal of employment in the new media industry. Not available for supplemental.
An intermediate hands-on approach to 3D design, using a variety of modelling and animation techniques. Emphasis will be on applying 3D rendering concepts to create realistic models and animations.
Equivalent to CMM-285.
Requisite courses: Take CMM-1185 (Required, Previous).
A skill-based approach to development of highly interactive web content using advanced web coding libraries, frameworks, user interfaces and techniques. Focus will be on creating content for a wide variety of devices. Not available for supplemental.
Equivalent to CMM-288, CMM-277.
Requisite courses: Take CMM-1165 (Required, Previous).
A study of the interrelated professional activities, trends, ethics and issues involved in the multimedia production industry. Emphasis is on creation of strong networks and understanding within three areas of industry: e-learning; video and motion graphics; web and interactive programming. Not available for supplemental.
Equivalent to CMM-291.
A collaborative class that allows students to research and present on various technical topics, as well as planning and facilitating an online industry event. Emphasis will be on improving research, presentation and collaboration skills. Not available for supplemental.
Equivalent to CMM-292.
Requisite courses: Take CMM-2291 (Required, Previous).
A capstone course that exposes students to planning, management, execution and presentation of a large-scale project. Emphasis is on a significant achievement in independent learning in a self-chosen area of applied concentration. Not available for supplemental.
Equivalent to CMM-293.
This course will give you the requisite skills to share your story with the world. This course will allow students to bring their story ideas to fruition by introducing them to the production and delivery of video. Using the narrative script developed in ENG-2290: Telling Stories I, students will develop skills in visual composition, lighting, audio, editing, titling and compression schemes for various delivery methods. A four-minute short film will serve as the final project and will be made accessible through a variety of formats: video sharing websites, CD, and cell phones. Not available for supplemental.
Equivalent to CMM-295.
Requisite courses: Take ENG-2290 (Required, Previous).