English and Communication

Presentation Techniques

Course Prefix: 
TR
Course Number: 
374
Course Credits: 
3

Practice in a variety of public speaking forms serves as focus: advanced work in the extemporaneous mode, as well as an introduction to manuscript, memorized, and impromptu styles. Experiences with special occasion speaking take students beyond the confines of the classroom into settings involving larger spaces, technical considerations, and other challenges.

Event/Play Production Apprenticeship

Course Prefix: 
TR
Course Number: 
313
Course Credits: 
3

Offers practical experience in event and theatrical production. Includes class work and participation in the stages of an actual event or production. Hands-on activities are required of all students. All aspects of producing are explored, including research, design, promotion, execution, management and evaluation.

Modern Drama and Theater

Course Prefix: 
TR
Course Number: 
262
Course Credits: 
3

Also listed as EN 262, CA 262 Study of dramatic literature, acting, stage design, production, and theatrical styles and trends from Ibsen to the present. Recommended preparation: TR 261.*

Independent Study

Course Prefix: 
CA
Course Number: 
491, 492, 493, 494
Course Credits: 
1-3

Offers opportunities for junior and senior level students in good academic standing and possessing the necessary skills to pursue a research topic or to develop a project. Closely directed by a faculty member.

Selected Topics

Course Prefix: 
CA
Course Number: 
391, 392, 393, 394
Course Credits: 
1-3

Cooperative Education

Course Prefix: 
CA
Course Number: 
295, 395, 495
Course Credits: 
1-6

The Drama and Theater

Course Prefix: 
CA
Course Number: 
261
Course Credits: 
3

Study of dramatic literature, acting, stage design, production, and theatrical styles and trends from the classical age of Greece to the middle of the nineteenth century. Recommended preparation for CA 262.

Modern Drama and Theater

Course Prefix: 
CA
Course Number: 
262
Course Credits: 
3

Study of dramatic literature, acting, stage design, production, and theatrical styles and trends from Ibsen to the present. Recommended preparation: CA 261.

Black and White Photography I

Course Prefix: 
CA
Course Number: 
209
Course Credits: 
3

An introduction to the basic elements of black and white photography. Fundamental camera and darkroom techniques are studied. Emphasis on photography as an interpretive and illustrative medium in art, communication and journalism. Student supplies manual camera and film. Two, two-and-one-half hour lab periods weekly.

Selected Topics

Course Prefix: 
CA
Course Number: 
191, 192, 193, 194
Course Credits: 
1-3

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