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Movie & Media Appreciation Courses

Select a session from the list below to learn more about this summer's course offerings:

May 7-27 (May-Mester)

JAPANESE POP, ANIME AND VIDEO GAME MUSIC
FAM 2050-001 — 72070
Breadth of Knowledge Areas: CM Effective Communication, DC Diversity & Culture, FA Fine Arts

You will learn the evolution of Japanese Pop, Anime, and Video Game Music (post 1980) including anime theme songs, video game music and popular songs. Each topic will provide the composer's biography, historical background and word-by-word translation of lyrics, and will investigate the cultural differences between Japan and America.

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May 29-July 1 (Session A)

DIGITAL VIDEO FOR NON-MAJORS
EMED 2002-001 — 72178 (Monday/Wednesday 10:10 a.m.-11:30 a.m.)
Breadth of Knowledge Areas: CM Effective Communication, CT Critical Thinking, KI Knowledge Integration

While taking this course, each student is required to write, produce, shoot, and edit several projects using digital video cameras, working in a digital nonlinear editing environment, and delivering their content through a variety of digital distribution channels to a specified audience. Prerequisites: EMED 1006 or 1016 or permission of instructor.

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INTEGRATED MEDIA PRODUCTION I FOR NON-MAJORS – ONLINE
EMED 1015-001 — 72164
Breadth of Knowledge Areas: CM Effective Communication, CT Critical Thinking, IL Information Literact, TI Technology & Inovation

Integrated Media Production I is an introductory course - the first of a two-course sequence within the E-Media major at CCM - that provides students with a theoretical and practical foundation in the intersecting worlds of digital media production, content development, and new media design. This nonmajor section will satisfy E-Media major requirements. No prerequisite.

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INTEGRATED MEDIA PRODUTION II FOR NON-MAJORS – ONLINE
EMED 1016-002 — 72169
Breadth of Knowledge Areas: CM Effective Communication, CT Critical Thinking, IL Information Literact, KI Knowledge Intergration, SR Social Responsibility

Building on the concepts and production techniques introduced in Integrated Media Production 1, Integrated Media Production 2 explores the connections between digital media, content development, and new media design in more depth. The course focuses on screen design issues relevant to the convergence of media assets, such as video and audio, with graphical assets in the communication of message. Prerequisite: EMED 1005 or 1015.

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June 20-August 4 (Session E)

MEDIA TOPICS: PODCASTING – ONLINE
EMED 4030-001 — 72202
Breadth of Knowledge Areas: CT Critical Thinking, IL Information Literacy, KI Knowledge Integration

This course explores the fast-growing storytelling platform of podcasting. Students will explore the history of this industry, critique past and current podcast programming, explore the economic models supporting the industry and create their own podcast utilizing commonly available digital audio production tools. No prerequisites.
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July 2-August 4 (Session B)

DIGITAL AUDIO FOR NON-MAJORS
EMED 2007-001 — 72203

This course is designed to introduce the student to the fundamentals of digital audio theory and practices through the development of basic digital audio production projects. Course topics include general production principles and theory of operation of digital audio workstations with an emphasis placed on internet radio, podcast, and commercial production processes. Prerequisites: EMED 1005 or 1015 or permission of instructor.
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Course Fees and Registration Info

Course fees for part-time students are $534 per credit hour for Ohio residents and $1173 per credit hour for non-residents. Costs include program fees.

UC students can register online at webapps2.uc.edu/ScheduleOfClasses.

Non-UC students can begin the registration process by visiting uc.edu/pathways/nonmatric.html.