DMA499-Syllabus - DMA 499 Senior Project (Mon 11:30-12:45)...

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DMA 499 Faculty Panel Office Hours and Phone Numbers Senior Project (Mon 11:30-12:45) David Bradfield (DMA-MT) MTW 2:30-4:30pm (x3320) LCH A209 x3665 George Vinovich (DMA-TV) TTh 12-1pm, 3-4pm (x3945) Mark Waldrep (DMA-AR) MW 9-10am,T 4-6pm (x2255) COURSE OBJECTIVE : a capstone course culminating in the production of a final digital media project by a team comprised of 2-4 students in the Digital Media Arts major. The purpose of the course is to provide students with the opportunity to produce a final project that showcases the extent of their technological and creative abilities in the digital media field. The goal of the course is for students to leave the program with a professional-quality product in their portfolio that will facilitate their entry into the digital media industry. Selected in consultation with and evaluated by a faculty panel. Prerequisite: Senior standing or consent of instructor. MODE OF OPERATION : The Faculty Panel, comprised of members from each of the three degree options in DMA, must approve all project proposals before production begins. It is the responsibility of the students to propose the actual project as well as the student team members. The Faculty Panel is then responsible for evaluating the final project and for assigning each student on the team a grade for his or her contribution to the project. Following are the six necessary steps for completing the DMA 499 Senior Project course : 1. PROJECT CONCEPT APPROVAL : Before enrolling in the DMA 499 (2-unit ) course, each student must first work with his or her respective faculty advisor in developing a “project concept” and an appropriate student team for the project. (i.e., Audio Recording students work with Prof. Waldrep; Music Technology students work with Prof. Bradfield; and Television Arts students work with Prof. Vinovich) . The faculty advisor will help students to develop a project that fulfills the necessary requirements for a DMA 499 senior project before the project is formally presented to the Faculty Panel for approval. Because this course is a “capstone experience”, the project must be of a “nature” and “quality level” beyond projects that were produced in previous courses in the major. As such,
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2011 for the course DMA 499 taught by Professor Georgevinovich during the Spring '11 term at CSU Dominguez Hills.

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