Course Listings

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Program Courses

Foundations - group 1

ART 101

Art History

3

ART 207B

Elementary Studio: Color Photography & Cinematography

3

ART 108

Elementary Studio: Drawing and Painting

3

DRAMA 290*

Screen-writing and Story Boarding for film and New Media

3

ICS 151C

Introduction to C programming

3

ICS 161

Introduction to Comp. Graphics

3

 
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Foundations - group 2

ART 290*

Fundamentals in Traditional Cel Animation

3

ICS 261

Intermediate Computer Graphics

3

ART 290*

Human/Animal Figure Drawing & Sculpting

3

MUS 108

Fundamentals of Music Theory

3

DRAMA 290*

Pantomime

3

TCOMM 261

Intro to studio production, videography

3

 
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Foundations - group 3

ICS 290*

Advanced Computer Graphics

3

ICS 290

Modeling Dynamics of Phys World: Natural and Social sciences

3

TCOMM 290

Intro to studio post-production: Non-linear Editing & Compositing

3

Business 290

New Media laws

3

 
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Foundations - group 4(click here for more information)

ICS 290*

New Media Vocational Skill: Specialized Development

6

ICS 290*

Arts or Cultural Literacy

3

ICS 290*

Internship/Entrepreneurship

3

ICS 290*

Natural Science or Social Science Modeling

3

 
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Total Credits:

63

   

Students will have the choice of signing up for the recommended cluster of semester classes, taking each recommended semester in sequence (semester 1, 2, 3 and 4), or signing up for classes according to personal need, with the option to spread the required MATP classes over more than the recommended 4 semesters. However, students choosing to take the MATP recommended four semesters of classes in sequence will be given priority to seats available per required core class at their appropriate semester level. All students will have the option to repeat MATP core classes four times, in the context of acquiring an Media Arts Technology AS degree. Students will be allowed to sign up for Elective classes, only when all required MATP core courses have been passed with a satisfactory grade.

*Courses with asterisks (*) need to be created. Courses named 290 are special topics classes in first phase of development.