Global Media Specialization

Global Media Specialization (Choose 3)

INTL-I 305 Advanced Topics in International Communication and the Arts (Approved topics only)

(3 cr.)

Advanced topics focusing on the circulation of ideas, images and artistic expressions across national borders as means of interpersonal and cultural forms of communication. Examines communication as a process governed by culture-specific and institution-specific rules. May be repeated with a different topic for a maximum of 6 credit hours.

MSCH-F 393 History of European Films I

(3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC

P: MSCH-C 101 or CMCL-C 190, or consent of instructor. A survey of the development of cinema during the period 1895-1926 (the silent film era). Credit given for only one of F393 and CMCL-C 393.

MSCH-F 394 History of European Films II

(3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC

Survey of European and American cinema since 1927. Particular attention paid to representative work of leading filmmakers, emergence of film movements and development of national trends, growth of film industry, and impact of television. Credit given for only one of F394 and CMCL-C 394.

MSCH-F 398 National and Transnational Cinemas

(3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC

Historical survey of major national cinemas. Subject varies. Topics include Brazilian cinema, British cinema, Chinese cinema, French National cinema, German film culture, Indian cinema, and Italian cinema. May be repeated with a different topic for a maximum of 6 credit hours in MSCH-F 398 and CMCL-C 398.

MSCH-F 413 Global Villages

(3 cr.) CASE S&H

Electronic media’s role in altering perceptions of time, space, locality, and identity. Explores changing economic, political, and cultural relations in the global media environment. Topic varies and may include global media events, transborder information flows, cultural differences in media forms and practices. May be repeated with a different topic for a maximum of 6 credit hours in MSCH-F 413 and CMCL-C 413.

MSCH-X 478 Field Experiences in Media

(4 cr.)

P: Application required. Permission of department. Topical course integrating classroom and field experience. Includes 10-day field experience during or after term offered. Field experience will change based on topic. May be repeated for credit with different topics in J428 and MSCH-X 478.

MSCH-J 448 Global Journalism: Issues and Research

(3 cr.) CASE S&H, CASE GCC

P: Junior/senior standing or permission of instructor. Structure and function of international communication systems and barrier to flow of information among nations. Emphasis on gathering and disseminating information around the world. Study of the major newspapers of the world, international news agencies, and international broadcasting and satellite networks. Credit given for only one of MSCH-J 448 or JOUR-J 448.

MSCH-J 460 Topics Colloquium (Approved topics: Conflict, Terrorism and Humanitarianism; Muslims and the Media)

(1-4 cr.)

P: Junior or senior standing. Topical seminar dealing with changing subjects and materials from term to term. May be repeated for credit with different topics in J460 and JOUR-J 460.

MSCH-M 413 Global Media Issues

(3 cr.) CASE S&H

P: MSCH-C 207 or TEL-T 207 with a grade of C- or higher, or consent of instructor. Advanced study of media from a global perspective focusing on particulars, trends, or issues. Topics vary. Credit given for only one of MSCH-M 413 or TEL-T 413.

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