Web and Interactive Media Courses
Social Media in Business and Society
Examination of the strategic use of social media for personal, professional, and business communication, advertising, and marketing. Course work includes using various social media tools, creating and sharing content, and collaborating on group campaigns using social media for social change. Includes analysis of current and emerging social media tools from a personal and business prospective. 3 Credits (3 Lecture)
Digital Video Production
Fundamentals of digital video production and its use on the Web and in interactive media projects. Basic video shot composition skills are developed and demonstrated through production of short digital videos using assigned projects, including storyboarding, directing, lighting, and shooting. Productions are finalized using current video and sound-editing software. Short digital video narratives on various topics are created and prepared for use on the Web or other interactive projects. 3 Credits (3 Lecture) Prerequisite(s): CSC124 and PHO150. Fall Only.
Web and Organizational Security
Current legal, ethical, privacy, and security issues facing today’s Web designers. Topics include an overview of organizational security as a whole, with a focus on Web application security. Best practices for e-mail, Web design, and website hosting are also covered, as well as the services and mechanisms used to protect the infrastructure, such as firewalls, intrusion detection, access control, and cryptography. 3 Credits (3 Lecture) Prerequisite(s): BWM150 and BWM160. As needed.
Interactive Media Internship
Work experience intended to provide exposure to the practical and daily operations of an organization that designs interactive media solutions or the equivalent. Placement within a private firm, government institution or agency, corporation, or other office is based on major and/or career interests to the extent possible, culminating in a narrative report at the conclusion of the internship. This internship experience requires a minimum of 225 work experience hours, but may include more hours depending on the individual needs of the internship experience. In addition to work experience hours students are also required to satisfactorily complete the internship experience through a final employer evaluation or assessment. 3 Credits (0 Lecture - 15 Internship) Prerequisite(s): BWM250 and BWM252 and BWM254. As needed.
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