Seats Still Available: Summer Courses in TEL Still Open

Posted: April 4, 2012 by IUsec in Uncategorized

Summer 2012 is a great time to take courses towards your degree. Why not take advantage of the 25% off Summer tuition discount! Want to learn more, go to

http://summer.iu.edu/

 

 

The Department of Telecommunications is offering a variety of core and elective courses across our three areas of emphasis: Media and Society, Design and Production, and Industry and Management.  Some of these classes also satisfy Gen Ed and Intensive Writing requirements.

 

The core courses we are offering this summer are T 101 Media Life, T 205 Introduction to Media and Society and T 207 Introduction to Industry & Management.

 

The Media and Society courses we are offering are T 205 Introduction to Media and Society, T 410 Sex in the Media, T 314 Telecommunication Processes & Effects, and T 316 Media Ethics.     

 

The Design and Production courses we are offering are T 331 Scriptwriting, T 284 Introduction to Interactive Media Design, T 367 Theory and Practice of Game Design, and T 351 Video Field & Post Production. 

 

The Industry and Management courses we are offering are T 207 Introduction to Industry & Management, T 424 IW Telecommunications & the Constitution, 

T 427 IW International Telecommunications, T 340 Electronic Media Advertising, T 422 Business Applications of Telecommunications, and T 316 Media Ethics.

 

Additionally, we are offering T 192 Women in the Media, which is not specific to any one of our three emphasis areas and should have broad appeal.

 

TEL-T 101 Media Life, T 192 Women in the Media, T 205 Introduction to Media and Society, T 207 Introduction to Telecommunications Industry & Management and T 314 Telecommunications Processes and Effects count as Gen Ed classes in the Social and Historical Studies category.

 

Both T 424 IW Telecommunications & the Constitution and T 427 IW International Telecommunications satisfy the Intensive Writing requirement. 

 

 

The Department of telecommunications

Indiana University

Bloomington

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