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2011 - Fall

The graduate course schedule is listed to the right.  There are three pages of columns.  Proceed through each column to view all courses.  Click on the course number for details about each course. Information about individual class times and locations is located at the University Registrar's website.

·       RTF 380 - Theory and Practice of Communication Research

·       RTF 380C - Introduction to Writing for Film & TV

·       RTF 380G - Audience Research

·       RTF 380G - New Media Methods

·       RTF 380J - Intro Theory/Princ of Dramatic Writing

·       RTF 380M - Writing For Film & Electric Media

·       RTF 380N - Adaptation

·       RTF 380P - Production Workshop for Writers

·       RTF 384 - Latinos and Media

·       RTF 384C - Children and Media

·       RTF 384C - Communication, Law, and Power

·       RTF 384C - Critical Analysis of Race and Representation

·       RTF 385K - History of Film

·       RTF 385K - Sexualities and US Film

·       RTF 386 - Cultural Studies

·       RTF 386C - Race, Class and Gender in American Television

·       RTF 387C - Global Media, New Media, and Migration

·       RTF 387C - Media & Cultural Hybridity

·       RTF 388P - Adv Doc: Social Issues in Filmmaking

·       RTF 388P - Advanced Directing

·       RTF 390C - Introduction to Editing Process

·       RTF 395 - Theory and Literature

·       RTF 395 - Theory and Literature (for MA students)

·       RTF 398T - Supervised Teaching in RTF

·       RTF 488M - MFA Practicum 2nd Year

·       RTF 488M - MFA Practicum 3rd Year

·       RTF 881KA - Directing Documentary