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  • Sunday

    Day off

  • Monday

    8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

  • Tuesday

    8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

  • Wednesday

    8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

  • Thursday

    8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

  • Friday

    8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

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Assistant Professor of Multimedia Film and Production

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MMFP2335: Introduction to Media Writing

30 min

This course provides foundational principles and techniques in a variety of applications of multimedia writing.

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MMFP3531: Screenwriting for Film & TV

30 min

Students will demonstrate the ability to develop scripted film and television content utilizing industry standard formatting. Students will further demonstrate the ability to adapt scripted film and television content for diverse audiences. The co

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MMFP4233: Narrative Film Production

30 min

Collaborating in small crews of four or five, students produce and edit original short fictional film and television content, based on scripts developed in previous major courses. Students demonstrate the ability to wear multiple technical and aes

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MMFP3437: Digital Media Post Production

30 min

This course explores advanced concepts and techniques in non-linear digital video editing. Students will edit a variety of fiction and non-fiction film and video projects and gain practical post production experience including audio sweetening, color

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MMFP3532: Producing & Production Management

30 min

This course explores the roles, responsibilities, and essential skills of the producer and/or production manager across multiple modes of media arts production. Topics include, but are not limited to: development and audience engagement, scheduling,

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MMFP4432: Senior Project II

30 min

This is the second course in an advanced two course sequence in which each student works as part of a team in the completion of an audio documentary, corporate training or narrative film, or TV pilot or documentary. Students will audio record and

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General Office Hours

30 min

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Media Ethics Interview

30 min

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FILM3331: Cinema History

30 min

Survey of aesthetic, economic, social, technological and industry development of cinema from 1896 to the present day with an emphasis on film movements and film analysis.

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MMFP4891: Advanced Screenwriting

30 min

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MMFP3234: Directing for Screen

30 min

Students will learn the techniques for working with actors for screen performance with particular focus on film acting. Auditioning, screen tests, and casting will also be discussed. Students will direct individual scenes for video.

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FYE

30 min

Seminar designed to develop foundational information literacy skills and apply them to academic inquiry, academic planning, and campus engagement. Required during students' first semester at the university.

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