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Game Studies is an introduction to critical game studies, including analysis of digital and analog games as cultural artifacts, logical systems, technological objects, social media experiences, virtual communities, and narrative expressions. This cour...

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Digital Content Design is a writing-intensive course that blends theory and practice to increase the effectiveness of text prepared for digital media. Students design, compose, and evaluate information to improve audiences' utility and satisfaction. T...

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Writing and Research in New Media is a writing-intensive course that focuses on writing for new and emergent media environments. Although a number of technologies are introduced and discussed throughout the course, the focus of the course is not on th...

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Intro to Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication is designed to introduce incoming freshmen to the intellectual and cultural environment of the School of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication. Students learn about plans of study, career pa...

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The capstone project is a culmination project under a faculty member’s supervision in Arts and Technology. Students engage in the creation of an advanced creative and/or research project of their own choosing exploring the interaction of the arts with...

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A historical introduction and survey from its beginnings to the mid-nineteenth century. This course explores select American authors and literary texts. Topics include historical background, social forces, literary genres and elements.

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Students in Rhetoric and Composition 101 study the logical, rhetorical, and linguistic structures of expository prose; develop strategies for analyzing purposes, audiences, and conventions; and engage with processes for drafting, revising, and editing...

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Rhetoric and Composition 102 builds on the writing abilities earned in English 101 (or the equivalent). This course focuses on the research process, argumentation, and critical inquiry; emphasizes structures, language, documentation, and formats appro...

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