Wednesday, January 24–Tuesday, May 15, 2018
Registration begins November 13, 2017 for full-term courses.
2018 Course List
|American Sign Language|
|ASL 1000 American Sign Language I / 4 credits|
|ARH 3180 American Art / 4 credits – offered at the Rockland extension site|
AMG 1100 Fundamentals of Arts Management / 4 credits, online
AMG 2200 Finance for the Arts / 4 credits
AMG 3100 Funding the Arts / 4 credits, online
AMG 3520 Marketing the Arts / 4 credits
COM 1400 Introduction to Video Techniques and Technology / 3 credits
COM 2050 Introduction to Media Writing / 4 credits
COM 1500 Introduction to Communication / 4 credits
COM 3100 Communication Research / 4 credits
COM 3110 Strategic Message Design / 4 credits
COM 3170 American Film, Reflections of a Century II: 1950 to 2000 / 4 credits
COM 3350 Persuasive Speaking / 4 credits
COM 3701 The Business of Writing / 2 credits • Shorts course (registration begins Feb. 21, 2018)
CMS 3060 Frontline Reporting: Global Conflict / 4 credits
CMS 3060 Frontline Reporting: Global Conflict / 4 credits - offered at the Rockland extension site
|HIS 3269 Vietnam and Modern America / 4 credits|
|JOU 1110 Editing with Adobe Premiere Pro / 1 credit Shorts course (registration begins Nov. 13, 2017)|
LEG 1510 Introduction to Criminal Law / 4 credits
LEG 3025 Environmental Law / 4 credits
LEG 3025 Environmental Law / 4 credits - offered at the Rockland extension site
LEG 3065 Legal Research / 4 credits
LBS 3013 Food / 4 credits
|LIT 3427 20th-Century World Literature / 4 credits|
MAT 1001 Using Excel in the Workplace / 2 credits • Shorts course (registration begins Feb. 21, 2018)
MAT 1060 Mathematics for Contemporary Life / 4 credits
|Painting and Drawing|
PAD 1100 Fundamentals of Painting / 3 credits
PAD 2075 Drawing from Nature / 3 credits
|PHO 3755 Introduction to Photoshop / 2 credits • Shorts course (registration begins Feb. 21, 2018)|
PSY 3125 Adult Development / 4 credits
|REL 3310 Cultural Survival and Environmental Action / 4 credits|
|WRI 3250 True Stories: The Craft of Memoir / 4 credits|
Session I: January 28–February 11, 2018
Registration begins November 13, 2017
|JOU 1110: Editing with Adobe Premiere Pro • 1 credit|
An introduction to the essentials of digital video editing with Adobe Premiere Pro in an intensive hands-on training format. Students become familiar with the user interface and editing tools needed to produce professional-quality videos for home use, broadcast television, and the web.
Instructor: Edward Robbins
Sun., 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Session II: March 14–May 15, 2018
Registration begins February 21, 2018
|COM 3701: The Business of Writing • 2 credits|
Offers hands-on tools to prepare students to market their work while staying true to their artistic and creative sensibilities. Topics include how to submit work to producers, competitions, and companies. Students learn how to write professional synopses, query letters, and one-sheets, plus the technique of pitching, with practice pitching sessions.
Instructor: Alysa Hantgan
Tue., 8:30 – 11:50 a.m.
|MAT 1001: Using Excel in the Workplace • 2 credits|
Students learn how to employ Excel to create and modify spreadsheets, create macros and scripts, create charts and graphs, import data, create concept maps and sequentially rank information. By learning how to harness Excel’s data analysis and visualization tools, they can analyze information, spot trends, and access information easily and recognize its importance in making critical financial decisions.
Instructor: Odile Delgado
Mon. & Thurs., 8:30–10:10 a.m.
|PHO 3755: Introduction to Photoshop • 2 credits|
An introduction to the basic concepts and techniques of Photoshop CC. Exposure, composition, color, retouching, resolution, and preparation of image files for on-screen and print use are among the techniques covered. Assignments include both technical and aesthetic concerns.
Instructor: Yong Kim
Tues., 6:30–10:20 p.m.
|PSY 3367: Communication Through Art Therapy • 2 credits|
Art therapy offers patients with progressive and chronic illnesses a means to communicate through artwork when language or other avenues of communication are unavailable. This course introduces students to the fundamentals of art therapy. Lectures, readings, PowerPoint presentations, and experiential projects provide students with an understanding of how to analyze and interpret artwork produced by patients.
Instructor: Susanne Oelinger
Tues., 1–4:20 p.m.
These new courses are designed to provide students with marketable skills and competencies they can use to advance professionally.
Online Course List
AMG 1100 Fundamentals of Arts Management /
|PSY 3245 Psychology and the Media / 4 credits|
Note: Majors should refer to the myHeliotrope online course search for hybrid sections of CAP 4800/Senior Capstone.