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POST 100 | VIDEO EDITING (FORMERLY DC 120) | 4 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Students analyze and assemble dramatic scenes under a variety of conditions and narrative strategies. Editing theories, techniques and procedures, issues of continuity, effects, movement and sound are examined as they relate to the fundamentals of cinematic montage and visual storytelling. This class presents a variety of topics and experiences that are designed to broaden the student's understanding of the art of cinematic storytelling and montage. Work on more advanced projects is integrated into the class as a means to an understanding of advanced editing tools and techniques. PREREQUISITE(S): NONE (FORMERLY DC 120)

POST 110 | EDITING I (FORMERLY DC 220) | 4 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Students analyze and assemble dramatic scenes under a variety of conditions and narrative strategies. Editing theories, techniques and procedures, issues of continuity, effects, movement and sound are examined as they relate to the fundamentals of cinematic montage and visual storytelling. PREREQUISITE(S): ANI 101 or ANI 201 or DC 110 or DC 205 or TV 110 (FORMERLY DC 220)

ANI 101 or ANI 201 or FILM 101 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 120 | AUDIO FOR PODCASTS AND OTHER MEDIA (FORMERLY DC 113) | 4 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This course is an introduction to the uses and practical applications of sound for multimedia. Students will study various uses of sound and music on the Internet from creative to professional websites. Using free or inexpensive hardware and software, students will learn to create and edit podcasts and attach audio files to programs and web pages such as Facebook, iTunes, Keynote, PowerPoint and other sites. The course will cover both Mac and PC applications so all students will be able to work on projects from their home computers. The course will also cover current legalities of digital media. PREREQUISITES: NONE (FORMERLY DC 113)

POST 124 | SOUND DESIGN I (FORMERLY DC 215) | 4 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This course is an introduction to sound editing and sound design. The course examines the place of sound in cinema, both artistic and technological. The course will cover the basics of sound, microphones, and analogue-to-digital conversion. Lectures, readings, and film clips will be used to illustrate the language of film sound, as practiced by film directors, sound designers, and editors. Students will learn to edit sound assignments with Pro Tools and current technologies. PREREQUISITE(S): None (FORMERLY DC 215)

POST 125 | INTRODUCTORY PRO TOOLS WORKSHOP (FORMERLY DC 214) | 2 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This workshop course offers introductory training on Pro Tools software. Topics include recording, editing, mixing, and processing functions. No experience necessary. PREREQUISITE(S): None (2 quarter hours) (FORMERLY DC 214)

POST 200 | EDITING II (FORMERLY DC 320) | 4 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This course expands on topics covered in DC 220. Emphasis is on developing the student's understanding of the art of cinematic storytelling and montage. Work on more advanced projects is integrated into the class as a means of mastering advanced editing tools and techniques. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 220 (FORMERLY DC 320)

POST 110 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 204 | HISTORY OF MOTION PICTURE EDITING (FORMERLY DC 202) | 4 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This course studies the origins and rise of film editing as an art form, an industry, a set of technological practices ranging from analog film to digital video. The course examines critical historical events that impacted film editing: the emergence of the studio system, the coming of sound, narrative, experimental and documentary film, MTV, and audience shifts. For many, editing is the unique source of the art of filmmaking. This course addresses this question. PREREQUISITE(S): NONE (FORMERLY DC 202)

POST 224 | SOUND DESIGN II (FORMERLY DC 315) | 4 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This course expands on topics covered in DC 215. Emphasis will be on mixing and editing techniques for music and sound effects. Coursework also includes the recording of natural sounds and special effects to reinforce images and the story. The course is intended for advanced students who wish to develop their skills and gain more experience in preparing and mixing sound tracks for traditional as well as interactive narratives. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 215 (FORMERLY DC 315)

POST 124 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 303 | EDITING III (FORMERLY DC 340) | 4 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This course provides an advanced workshop for students to edit their own narrative or documentary projects. Students will be expected to bring in their own footage, and will take their projects from logging, through rough cut, to picture lock. Post-production workflow, and basic sound design and color correction for picture editors will also be emphasized. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 320 (FORMERLY DC 340)

POST 200 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 306 | EDITING STYLES AND TECHNIQUES (FORMERLY DC 322) | 4 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This course is designed for editors looking for innovative ways to tell stories, by exploring how editing techniques have been pushed by artists working in the margins. Cutting edge editing techniques are a co-opting of historical and experimental styles, repackaged and used in a narrative context. A series of practical exercises and a freeform final project using found footage allow editors to explore the array of editing techniques adopted from experimental work while discovering their personal style as editors and storytellers. Editors will consider how form affects content and will reinvent techniques in ways to surprise modern audiences. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 220 (FORMERLY DC 322)

POST 110 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 308 | EDITING THE SHORT FORM | 4 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Editing the Short Form will explore the world of TV commercials, music video, movie trailers and internet content for clients. Emphasis on the culture of commercial production environments, including the advertising agency, entertainment and music media business, as well as the broader online market for creation of motion content.

POST 110 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 309 | EDITING THE FEATURE FILM (FORMERLY DC 360) | 4 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

In this course, students will be introduced to the specialized post-production workflow of editing the feature film. Topics will include: understanding the script notes, organizing the project, editing scenes with a focus on performance and character arcs, working with sound effects and music, performing a temp mix, breaking the film into reels, and producing deliverables for the composer, sound editor, and color correction. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 320 (FORMERLY DC 360)

POST 315 | EDITING FOR TELEVISION (FORMERLY TV 320) | 4 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Class emphasizes editing and post production producing under tight deadlines. Students edit commercials, trailers, and PSA projects. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 220 and TV 271 (FORMERLY TV 320)

POST 110 and FILM 115 are prerequisites for this class.

POST 321 | LOGIC PRO MIDI SEQUENCING WORKSHOP (FORMERLY DC 324) | 2 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This course offers training on all aspects of MIDI sequencing in Logic Pro software. All aspects of MIDI will be covered including recording, programming, editing, mixing and processing functions. PREREQUISITE(S): None (2 quarter hours) (FORMERLY DC 324)

POST 322 | ABLETON LIVE WORKSHOP (FORMERLY DC 336) | 2 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Ableton Live is a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) software designed for recording, manipulating, and playing back audio and MIDI tracks both linearly and nonlinearly. Students will learn the basics of working within the Live interface to create musical arrangements, sound design, sequence MIDI instruments and samples, score Video, create DJ mixes, drum patterns, automate effects and mixing parameters. The course includes hands-on, guided demonstrations of the Live interface and tools for complex compositions, mixing, and live performances in any musical style. The course projects will emphasize exploration and experimentation. (FORMERLY DC 336)

POST 324 | SOUND DESIGN III (FORMERLY DC 317) | 4 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This workshop based course focuses on re-recording mixing for cinema using the stereo sound field. Subjects include mixing philosophies, techniques, advanced digital signal processing, and monitoring. A history of sound mixing will be covered. Several projects will be completed throughout the quarter. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 315 (FORMERLY DC 317)

POST 224 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 326 | SURROUND SOUND (FORMERLY DC 318) | 4 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This workshop based course focuses on re-recording mixing for cinema using the surround sound field. Subjects included mixing philosophies, techniques, advanced digital signal processing, and monitoring. A history of surround sound mixing will be covered. Several projects will be completed throughout the quarter. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 317 (FORMERLY DC 318)

POST 324 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 328 | SCORING FOR FILM AND VIDEO (FORMERLY DC 312) | 4 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Students are introduced to elements of music and ways in which these elements may be used to create a musical style that enhances the visual statement. Course emphasizes understanding the function of the score and how it relates to texture, color, and drama in music. Students explore their creativity using the tools available, work on projects of increasing complexity, and complete a score for their own film or video as a final project. Listening skills, music vocabulary, and business and legal aspects of the profession are also studied. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 215 (FORMERLY DC 312)

POST 124 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 329 | SOUND DESIGN AND SCORING STUDIO | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This course is intended to provide practical experience in sound design and scoring for cinema, animation, and other media as well as to offer the opportunity to create quality materials to include in a demo reel or portfolio. Students will be serving as the sound and music crew for various projects that may include thesis, capstone and other student projects. A key element of this course will be in-class discussions and critiques of students? work, both to sharpen their sound designing, composing and critical listening skills.

POST 330 | PRODUCTION SOUND I (FORMERLY DC 212) | 4 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This workshop based course is an introduction to production recording/mixing and field recording. Subjects include microphone selection, basic acoustics, microphone techniques, single and dual system recording practices, and mixing. Several recording projects will be completed throughout the quarter. PREREQUISITE(S): None (FORMERLY DC 212)

POST 332 | PRODUCTION SOUND II (FORMERLY DC 313) | 4 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This workshop based course expands on topics covered in Production Sound I. Students will advance their knowledge of pre-production, acoustics, and production recording/mixing techniques. Subjects include production management, microphone selection and techniques, advanced sound-for-camera workflows, professional dual system recording/ mixing practices, and post workflows. Several projects will be completed throughout the quarter. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 212 (FORMERLY DC 313)

POST 330 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 336 | ADVANCED SOUND RECORDING AND EDITING (FORMERLY DC 319) | 4 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This workshop based course offers advanced sound recording and editing techniques. Subjects include voice processing, basic acoustics, room tone matching, sound effects recording, Foley recording, proximity processing, frequency analysis, and mixing. Several projects will be completed throughout the quarter. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 315 (FORMERLY DC 319)

POST 224 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 340 | COLOR CORRECTION (FORMERLY DC 325) | 4 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Students acquire a working knowledge of the aesthetics and technical aspects of the post-production phase of color correction. Content addresses theory and application of color correction, image control, and manipulation techniques. Principles of color theory and the tools available to filmmakers engaged in the processes of electronic media and image manipulation are explored through lecture, interactive computer exercises, and hands-on experience with professional color correction software. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 220 (FORMERLY DC 325)

POST 110 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 344 | ADVANCED COLOR CORRECTION (FORMERLY DC 326) | 4 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This class expands on topics covered in DC 325. Students will refine their skills in the areas of Primary, Secondary and Color FX room advanced grading techniques used by professional colorists. This class will explore more in detail colorist strategies, grading workflows, aesthetics and technical aspects of color correction for the digital cinema. Students will explore color correcting trends that are popular in feature films and national television commercials. Through a series of three short projects and a final project, students will practice using the techniques they study in class. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 325 (FORMERLY DC 326)

POST 340 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 348 | TITLES FOR CINEMA AND ANIMATION (FORMERLY DC 362) | 4 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This course explores concepts and techniques involved in creating movie titles, TV openings, and supporting graphics for video and animation. The use of alluring sound and imagery is essential to a successful and professional-looking film. A conceptual understanding of the role time and motion have in the presentation of visual content is explored through lectures and projects. Students will gain an appreciation and skill for producing time-based media that will add value, clarity, and sophistication to cinema and animation projects. Students are encouraged to enter the course with projects in need of titles and graphics. PREREQUISITE(S): ANI 101 or ANI 201 or VFX 200 (FORMERLY DC 362)

ANI 101 or ANI 201 or VFX 200 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 360 | INTERACTIVE AUDIO AND VIDEO (FORMERLY DC 327) | 4 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This course focuses on the integration of perception, theory, and practice using examples of real-time sound synthesis utilizing object-oriented programming. Students will learn how to create custom software for musical, video, and interactive experiences. Projects will incorporate case-studies and experimental tutorials and lectures will include guest artists working in audiovisual media, sound design, and interactive composition. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 215 (FORMERLY DC 327)

POST 124 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 364 | MAX CYCLING 74 WORKSHOP (FORMERLY DC 337) | 2 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This course is a workshop style introduction to the object-oriented programming language Max, that is used by musicians, designers, filmmakers, and visual artists to create works of Interactive Media. The course will introduce the basics of programming in the Max environment and cover sound synthesis, sample playback, music instrument design, and audio-reactive animation. (FORMERLY DC 337)

POST 380 | POST-PRODUCTION WORKSHOP (FORMERLY DC 382) | 2 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This two-credit course will provide an opportunity for students to apply their post-production skills and work collaboratively on projects happening during the academic year. These projects can be Project Bluelight (faculty or student-led), large-scale class projects, faculty creative projects, or independent and/or professional productions. Students will work under faculty supervision and gain valuable experience collaborating as part of post-production team. Professional post-production applications, equipment, and facilities will be utilized. PREREQUISITE(S): By instructor permission only. (2 quarter hours) (FORMERLY DC 382)

POST 384 | POST-PRODUCTION SEMINAR (FORMERLY DC 391) | 4 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This course is an introduction and overview of Post Production, from the end of principle photography, through editing, to final delivery. Students will learn workflows, technical aspects, the online environment, and the best way to finish and deliver a film. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 220 (FORMERLY DC 391)

POST 110 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 390 | TOPICS IN POST-PRODUCTION SOUND (FORMERLY DC 316) | 4 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Advanced study in post-production sound focusing on a specific area each quarter such as: A.D.R., Foley, Scoring, Sound Effects, Mixing, etc. May be repeated for credit. PREREQUISITES: NONE (FORMERLY DC 316)

POST 391 | ADVANCED TOPICS IN EDITING (FORMERLY DC 342) | 4 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This class will be an in-depth examination of an editor, editing style, or editing theory that has had a significant influence on the development of cinematic storytelling and expression. Through lectures, screenings, readings, discussions, and editing assignments, students will analyze the distinctive traits of the selected topic within the broader context of cinema history and culture. Editing projects will be assigned through the quarter. Specific topics will be selected by the instructor and will vary with each quarter. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 220 (FORMERLY DC 342)

POST 110 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 399 | INDEPENDENT STUDY | 1-8 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Variable credit. PREREQUISITE(S): Consent of dean.

POST 400 | EDITING (FORMERLY DC 420) | 4 quarter hours

(Graduate)

Emphasis is on developing the student's understanding of the art of cinematic storytelling and montage. Work on more advanced projects is integrated into the class as a means of mastering advanced editing tools and techniques. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 409 or DC 414 or DC 461 (FORMERLY DC 420)

FILM 401 or FILM 410 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 403 | ADVANCED EDITING (FORMERLY DC 440) | 4 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This course provides an advanced workshop for students to edit their own narrative or documentary projects. Students will be expected to bring in their own footage, and will take the projects from logging, through rough cut, to picture lock. Post-production workflow, and basic sound design and color correction for picture editors will also be emphasized. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 420 (FORMERLY DC 440)

POST 400 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 406 | EDITING STYLES AND TECHNIQUES (FORMERLY DC 422) | 4 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This course is designed for editors looking for innovative ways to tell stories, by exploring how editing techniques have been pushed by artists working in the margins. Cutting edge editing techniques are a co-opting of historical and experimental styles, repackaged and used in a narrative context. A series of practical exercises and a freeform final project using found footage allow editors to explore the array of editing techniques adopted from experimental work while discovering their personal style as editors and storytellers. Editors will consider how form affects content and will reinvent techniques in ways to surprise modern audiences. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 409 or DC 414 or DC 461 (FORMERLY DC 422)

FILM 401 or FILM 410 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 408 | EDITING THE SHORT FORM | 4 quarter hours

(Graduate)

Editing the Short Form will explore the world of TV commercials, music video, movie trailers and internet content for clients. Emphasis on the culture of commercial production environments, including the advertising agency, entertainment and music media business, as well as the broader online market for creation of motion content.

POST 400 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 409 | EDITING THE FEATURE FILM (FORMERLY DC 459) | 4 quarter hours

(Graduate)

In this course, students will be introduced to the specialized post-production workflow of editing the feature film. Topics will include: understanding the script notes, organizing the project, editing scenes with a focus on performance and character arcs, working with sound effects and music, performing a temp mix, breaking the film into reels, and producing deliverables for the composer, sound editor, and color correction. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 420 (FORMERLY DC 459)

POST 420 | POST-PRODUCTION SOUND DESIGN (FORMERLY DC 415) | 4 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This course expands on topics covered in DC 215. Emphasis will be on mixing and editing techniques for music and sound effects. Coursework also includes the recording of natural sounds and special effects to reinforce images and the story. The course is intended for advanced students who wish to develop their skills and gain more experience in preparing and mixing sound tracks for traditional as well as interactive narratives. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 409 or DC 461 or ANI 422 (FORMERLY DC 415)

FILM 410 or ANI 422 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 421 | LOGIC PRO MIDI SEQUENCING WORKSHOP (FORMERLY DC 427) | 2 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This course offers training on all aspects of MIDI sequencing in Logic Pro software. All aspects of MIDI will be covered including recording, programming, editing, mixing and processing functions. Advanced functions such as impulse response capture/programming, expression/velocity programming and digital signal processing automation will also be covered. Students will evidence their learning via programming and film scoring projects. PREREQUISITE(S): None (2 quarter hours) (FORMERLY DC 427)

POST 424 | SOUND MIXING I (FORMERLY DC 417) | 4 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This workshop based course focuses on re-recording mixing for cinema using the stereo sound field. Subjects include mixing philosophies, techniques, advanced digital signal processing, and monitoring. A history of sound mixing will be covered. Several projects will be completed throughout the quarter. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 415 (FORMERLY DC 417)

POST 420 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 426 | SOUND MIXING II (FORMERLY DC 418) | 4 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This workshop based course focuses on re-recording mixing for cinema using the surround sound field. Subjects include mixing philosophies, techniques, advance digital signal processing, and monitoring. A history of surround sound mixing will be covered. Several projects will be completed throughout the quarter. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 417 (FORMERLY DC 418)

POST 424 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 428 | SCORING FOR FILM AND VIDEO (FORMERLY DC 412) | 4 quarter hours

(Graduate)

Students are introduced to elements of music and ways in which these elements may be used to create a musical style that enhances the visual statement. Course emphasizes understanding the function of the score and how it relates to texture, color, and drama in music. Students explore their creativity using the tools available, work on projects of increasing complexity, and complete a score of their own film or video as a final project. Listening skills, music vocabulary, and business and legal aspects of the profession are also studied. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 409 or DC 461 or ANI 422 (FORMERLY DC 412)

FILM 410 or ANI 422 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 429 | SOUND DESIGN AND SCORING STUDIO | 4 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This course is intended to provide practical experience in sound design and scoring for cinema, animation, and other media as well as to offer the opportunity to create quality materials to include in a demo reel or portfolio. Students will be serving as the sound and music crew for various projects that may include thesis, capstone and other student projects. A key element of this course will be in-class discussions and critiques of students? work, both to sharpen their sound designing, composing and critical listening skills. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 412, DC 415.

POST 432 | PRODUCTION SOUND (FORMERLY DC 413) | 4 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This workshop based course offers production recording and mixing techniques. Subjects include microphone selection, basic acoustics, boom techniques, dual system recording practices, and mixing. Several projects will be completed throughout the quarter. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 409 or DC 461 or ANI 422 (FORMERLY DC 413)

FILM 410 or ANI 422 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 436 | ADVANCED SOUND RECORDING AND EDITING (FORMERLY DC 419) | 4 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This workshop based course offers advanced sound recording and editing techniques. Subjects include voice processing, basic acoustics, room tone matching, sound effects recording, Foley recording, proximity processing, frequency analysis, and mixing. Several projects will be completed throughout the quarter. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 415 (FORMERLY DC 419)

POST 420 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 440 | COLOR CORRECTION (FORMERLY DC 425) | 4 quarter hours

(Graduate)

Students acquire a working knowledge of the aesthetics and technical aspects of the post-production phase of color correction. Content addresses theory and application of color correction, image control, and manipulation techniques. Principles of color theory and the tools available to filmmakers engaged in the processes of electronic media and image manipulation are explored through lecture, interactive computer exercises, and hands-on experience with professional color correction software. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 420 (FORMERLY DC 425)

POST 400 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 444 | ADVANCED COLOR CORRECTION (FORMERLY DC 426) | 4 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This class expands on topics covered in DC 425. Students will refine their skills in the areas of Primary, Secondary and Color FX room advanced grading techniques used by professional colorists. This class will explore more in detail colorist strategies, grading workflows, aesthetics and technical aspects of color correction for the digital cinema. Students will explore color correcting trends that are popular in feature films and national television commercials. Through a series of three short projects and a final project, students will practice using the techniques they study in class. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 425 (FORMERLY DC 426)

POST 440 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 448 | TITLES FOR CINEMA AND ANIMATION (FORMERLY DC 463) | 4 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This course explores concepts and techniques involved in creating movie titles, TV openings, and supporting graphics for video and animation. The use of alluring sound and imagery is essential to a successful and professional-looking film. A conceptual understanding of the role time and motion have in the presentation of visual content is explored through lectures and projects. Students will gain an appreciation and skill for producing time-based media that will add value, clarity, and sophistication to cinema and animation projects. Students are encouraged to enter the course with projects in need of titles and graphics. PREREQUISITE(S): None (FORMERLY DC 463)

POST 460 | INTERACTIVE AUDIO AND VIDEO (FORMERLY DC 435) | 4 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This course focuses on the integration of perception, theory, and practice using examples of real-time sound synthesis utilizing object-oriented programming. Students will learn how to create custom software for musical, video, and interactive experiences. Projects will incorporate case-studies and experimental tutorials and lectures will include guest artists working in audiovisual media, sound design, and interactive composition. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 415 (FORMERLY DC 435)

POST 480 | POST-PRODUCTION WORKSHOP (FORMERLY DC 482) | 2 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This two-credit course will provide an opportunity for students to apply their post-production skills and work collaboratively on projects happening during the academic year. These projects can be Project Bluelight (faculty or student-led), large-scale class projects, faculty creative projects, or independent and/or professional productions. Students will work under faculty supervision and gain valuable experience collaborating as part of post-production team. Professional post-production applications, equipment, and facilities will be utilized. PREREQUISITE(S): By instructor permission only. (2 quarter hours) (FORMERLY DC 482)

POST 484 | POST-PRODUCTION SEMINAR (FORMERLY DC 491) | 4 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This course is an overview of Post Production, from the end of production, through editing, to final delivery. Topics covered will include workflows, technical aspects, and the online environment. The focus will be on the best way to finish and deliver a film. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 420 (FORMERLY DC 491)

POST 400 is a prerequisite for this class.

POST 490 | TOPICS IN POST-PRODUCTION SOUND (FORMERLY DC 416) | 4 quarter hours

(Graduate)

Advanced study in post-production sound focusing on a specific area each quarter such as: A.D.R., Foley, Scoring, Sound Effects, Mixing, etc. May be repeated for credit. PREREQUISITE(S): None (FORMERLY DC 416)

POST 499 | INTERNSHIPS IN MEDIA AND DESIGN | 1-4 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This is an internship/independent study course for graduate students, which offers the opportunity to reflect on an internship while gaining professional experience, industry contact and referrals while still in school. Opportunities in post-production, motion picture production, advertising, television, animation, game design, graphic design, motion graphics and interactive media can all qualify for the course. Students will work independently on class assignments. Assignments will be determined by the instructor and based on the number of credits in which the student is enrolled. Admission to the program requires consent of the internship course instructor after verification of the student's internship. PREREQUISITE(S): Internship. (variable credit)

POST 500 | ADVANCED EDITING FOR THESIS (FORMERLY DC 572) | 4 quarter hours

(Graduate)

Advanced concepts and techniques in picture editing for directors, such as re-directing, re-writing, pace, tone and rhythm, are taught in lecture and workshop. These concepts and techniques will be applied to the editing phase of MFA Cinema thesis films, culminating in picture lock. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 571 (FORMERLY DC 572)

POST 520 | ADVANCED SOUND WORKSHOP FOR THESIS (FORMERLY DC 573) | 2 quarter hours

(Graduate)

Advanced concepts and techniques in sound design for directors, such as supervising sound editing, foley, ADR, music and mixing, are taught in lecture and workshop. These concepts and techniques will be applied to the editing phase of MFA CInema thesis films, culminating in a final sound mix. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 572 (FORMERLY DC 573)

POST 580 | ADVANCED FINISHING WORKSHOP FOR THESIS (FORMERLY DC 574) | 2 quarter hours

(Graduate)

Advanced concepts and techniques in film finishing for directors, such as supervising color correction, titling, visual effects and deliverables, are taught in lecture and workshop. These concepts and techniques will be applied to the finishing phase of MFA Cinema thesis films, culminating in final film delivery. PREREQUISITE(S): DC 572 (FORMERLY DC 574)

POST 599 | INDEPENDENT STUDY | 1-8 quarter hours

(Graduate)

Independent study form required. PREREQUISITE(S): Consent of instructor. (variable credit)