Modernism, a spring 2012 section of Studies in Culture, will examine the period that is traditionally referred to as “high modernism” in continental Europe, Britain, and America primarily in literature, politics, and visual art.
HUMN 4460, the Senior Seminar in New Media, explores our inexorable movement from atoms to bits: from media based on the physical to that based on the movement of digital information centered around the networked computer.
Professional Portfolio, NMAC 4483, will focus on professionalization in the digital age: bringing together your digital assets into an online digital portfolio into an online portfolio of skills you have developed before and will develop in this class.
The off-campus NMAC internship is designed to provide students with opportunity to apply their academic training by working in an appropriate position with an off-campus company or organization.
This is an on-campus internship designed to provide NMAC students with an opportunity to apply their academic training by working as an editor or student leader for an on-campus student-run media organization