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Designed for students who have little or no performance experience as well as those with a significant background in either acting or dance.
Strengthen your understanding of display culture and curatorial practices, with a focus on visual communication, and technological innovations.
Understand the creative process and key technologies applied to the design of media.
An overview of the fashion industry, including history, design, textiles, and marketing.
Gain an understanding of the various aesthetic and historical components of cinema.
Develop an understanding of the convergence of communication and cultural productions at global crossroads.
Designed to give students an understanding of journalism theory and practice.
History and theory of photographic practices, pursuing special topics in, such as the relationship between photography and other arts, historic events, and contemporary theories.
Gain a high-level competency in written, oral, and visual communication, which are increasingly recognized as vital to success in business and the public sector.
Through theory and practice, gain experience in the tools and ways of thinking that shape stakeholder relationships.
Explore the social, economic and cultural dimensions of images through a solid foundation in visual culture, art history and contemporary theory.