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Animation & Comics Storytelling in Media Minor Open to ALL Undergraduates! No Pre-reqs!
About the Minor The Minor in Animation and Comics Storytelling in Media, administered by the School of Journalism, provides a strong foundation in history, theory and production of storytelling using animation and comics. Students acquire production skills to visually represent issues, events, narrative, instruction, history and entertainment and use critical thinking as they study storytelling content, context, ethics and the cultural, global and historical impacts of these forms for various media platforms and audiences. Upon completion of the minor, students will have gained necessary skills to research, create and produce digital, interactive and immersive 2D/3D animation, comics, graphic novels, and cartoons. The minor is available as an elective to students who are enrolled in bachelor’s degree programs at Michigan State University. With the approval of the department and college that administer the student’s degree program, the courses that are used to satisfy the minor may also be used to satisfy the requirements for the bachelor’s degree. Students who plan to complete the requirements of the minor should consult the undergraduate adviser in the School of Journalism to apply. Applications will be reviewed prior to semester enrollment. Requirements for the Minor in Animation and Comics Storytelling Complete 15 credits from the following: 1. Both of the following online courses (6 credits): JRN 212 2D Animation Storytelling 3 JRN 213 Animation, Comics, Culture and Graphic Novels in Media 3 2. One of the following courses (3 credits): JRN 338 Visualizing Data with Information Graphics 3 JRN 413 3D Animation Storytelling 3 (online) 3. Two of the following courses (6 credits): JRN 312 Stop Motion Animation Storytelling 3 (online) JRN 313 Political Cartoons 3 (online) JRN 413 3D Animation Storytelling 3 (online) JRN 492 Motion Capture for Storytelling 3 JRN 338 Visualizing Data with Information Graphics 3 JRN 445 Images and Messages 3 ENG 325 Readings in Graphic Narrative 3 JRN 338 and 413 may not be used to fulfill both requirement 2 & 3.
Contact School of Journalism College of Communication Arts and Sciences Michigan State university Room 305 404 Wilson Road East Lansing, MI 48824 Phone: 517-353-6430 Fax: 517-355-7710 E-mail: jrn@msu.edu
Animation & Comics
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Animation & Comics Storytelling in Media Minor Open to ALL Undergraduates! No Pre-reqs!
About the Minor The Minor in Animation and Comics Storytelling in Media, administered by the School of Journalism, provides a strong foundation in history, theory and production of storytelling using animation and comics. Students acquire production skills to visually represent issues, events, narrative, instruction, history and entertainment and use critical thinking as they study storytelling content, context, ethics and the cultural, global and historical impacts of these forms for various media platforms and audiences. Upon completion of the minor, students will have gained necessary skills to research, create and produce digital, interactive and immersive 2D/3D animation, comics, graphic novels, and cartoons. The minor is available as an elective to students who are enrolled in bachelor’s degree programs at Michigan State University. With the approval of the department and college that administer the student’s degree program, the courses that are used to satisfy the minor may also be used to satisfy the requirements for the bachelor’s degree. Students who plan to complete the requirements of the minor should consult the undergraduate adviser in the School of Journalism to apply. Applications will be reviewed prior to semester enrollment. Requirements for the Minor in Animation and Comics Storytelling Complete 15 credits from the following: 1. Both of the following online courses (6 credits): JRN 212 2D Animation Storytelling 3 JRN 213 Animation, Comics, Culture and Graphic Novels in Media 3 2. One of the following courses (3 credits): JRN 338 Visualizing Data with Information Graphics 3 JRN 413 3D Animation Storytelling 3 (online) 3. Two of the following courses (6 credits): JRN 312 Stop Motion Animation Storytelling 3 (online) JRN 313 Political Cartoons 3 (online) JRN 413 3D Animation Storytelling 3 (online) JRN 492 Motion Capture for Storytelling 3 JRN 338 Visualizing Data with Information Graphics 3 JRN 445 Images and Messages 3 ENG 325 Readings in Graphic Narrative 3 JRN 338 and 413 may not be used to fulfill both requirement 2 & 3.
Contact School of Journalism College of Communication Arts and Sciences Michigan State university Room 305 404 Wilson Road East Lansing, MI 48824 Phone: 517-353-6430 Fax: 517-355-7710 E-mail: jrn@msu.edu
Apply here!
Animation & Comics Storytelling in Media Minor Open to ALL Undergraduates! No Pre-reqs!
About the Minor The Minor in Animation and Comics Storytelling in Media, administered by the School of Journalism, provides a strong foundation in history, theory and production of storytelling using animation and comics. Students acquire production skills to visually represent issues, events, narrative, instruction, history and entertainment and use critical thinking as they study storytelling content, context, ethics and the cultural, global and historical impacts of these forms for various media platforms and audiences. Upon completion of the minor, students will have gained necessary skills to research, create and produce digital, interactive and immersive 2D/3D animation, comics, graphic novels, and cartoons. The minor is available as an elective to students who are enrolled in bachelor’s degree programs at Michigan State University. With the approval of the department and college that administer the student’s degree program, the courses that are used to satisfy the minor may also be used to satisfy the requirements for the bachelor’s degree. Students who plan to complete the requirements of the minor should consult the undergraduate adviser in the School of Journalism to apply. Applications will be reviewed prior to semester enrollment. Requirements for the Minor in Animation and Comics Storytelling Complete 15 credits from the following: 1. Both of the following online courses (6 credits): JRN 212 2D Animation Storytelling 3 JRN 213 Animation, Comics, Culture and Graphic Novels in Media 3 2. One of the following courses (3 credits): JRN 338 Visualizing Data with Information Graphics 3 JRN 413 3D Animation Storytelling 3 (online) 3. Two of the following courses (6 credits): JRN 312 Stop Motion Animation Storytelling 3 (online) JRN 313 Political Cartoons 3 (online) JRN 413 3D Animation Storytelling 3 (online) JRN 492 Motion Capture for Storytelling 3 JRN 338 Visualizing Data with Information Graphics 3 JRN 445 Images and Messages 3 ENG 325 Readings in Graphic Narrative 3 JRN 338 and 413 may not be used to fulfill both requirement 2 & 3.
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Animation & Comics Storytelling in Media Minor Open to ALL Undergraduates! No Pre-reqs!
About the Minor The Minor in Animation and Comics Storytelling in Media, administered by the School of Journalism, provides a strong foundation in history, theory and production of storytelling using animation and comics. Students acquire production skills to visually represent issues, events, narrative, instruction, history and entertainment and use critical thinking as they study storytelling content, context, ethics and the cultural, global and historical impacts of these forms for various media platforms and audiences. Upon completion of the minor, students will have gained necessary skills to research, create and produce digital, interactive and immersive 2D/3D animation, comics, graphic novels, and cartoons. The minor is available as an elective to students who are enrolled in bachelor’s degree programs at Michigan State University. With the approval of the department and college that administer the student’s degree program, the courses that are used to satisfy the minor may also be used to satisfy the requirements for the bachelor’s degree. Students who plan to complete the requirements of the minor should consult the undergraduate adviser in the School of Journalism to apply. Applications will be reviewed prior to semester enrollment. Requirements for the Minor in Animation and Comics Storytelling Complete 15 credits from the following: 1. Both of the following online courses (6 credits): JRN 212 2D Animation Storytelling 3 JRN 213 Animation, Comics, Culture and Graphic Novels in Media 3 2. One of the following courses (3 credits): JRN 338 Visualizing Data with Information Graphics 3 JRN 413 3D Animation Storytelling 3 (online) 3. Two of the following courses (6 credits): JRN 312 Stop Motion Animation Storytelling 3 (online) JRN 313 Political Cartoons 3 (online) JRN 413 3D Animation Storytelling 3 (online) JRN 492 Motion Capture for Storytelling 3 JRN 338 Visualizing Data with Information Graphics 3 JRN 445 Images and Messages 3 ENG 325 Readings in Graphic Narrative 3 JRN 338 and 413 may not be used to fulfill both requirement 2 & 3.
Contact School of Journalism College of Communication Arts and Sciences Michigan State university Room 305 404 Wilson Road East Lansing, MI 48824 Phone: 517-353-6430 Fax: 517-355-7710 E-mail: jrn@msu.edu
Apply here!
Animation & Comics Storytelling in Media Minor Open to ALL Undergraduates! No Pre-reqs!
About the Minor The Minor in Animation and Comics Storytelling in Media, administered by the School of Journalism, provides a strong foundation in history, theory and production of storytelling using animation and comics. Students acquire production skills to visually represent issues, events, narrative, instruction, history and entertainment and use critical thinking as they study storytelling content, context, ethics and the cultural, global and historical impacts of these forms for various media platforms and audiences. Upon completion of the minor, students will have gained necessary skills to research, create and produce digital, interactive and immersive 2D/3D animation, comics, graphic novels, and cartoons. The minor is available as an elective to students who are enrolled in bachelor’s degree programs at Michigan State University. With the approval of the department and college that administer the student’s degree program, the courses that are used to satisfy the minor may also be used to satisfy the requirements for the bachelor’s degree. Students who plan to complete the requirements of the minor should consult the undergraduate adviser in the School of Journalism to apply. Applications will be reviewed prior to semester enrollment. Requirements for the Minor in Animation and Comics Storytelling Complete 15 credits from the following: 1. Both of the following online courses (6 credits): JRN 212 2D Animation Storytelling 3 JRN 213 Animation, Comics, Culture and Graphic Novels in Media 3 2. One of the following courses (3 credits): JRN 338 Visualizing Data with Information Graphics 3 JRN 413 3D Animation Storytelling 3 (online) 3. Two of the following courses (6 credits): JRN 312 Stop Motion Animation Storytelling 3 (online) JRN 313 Political Cartoons 3 (online) JRN 413 3D Animation Storytelling 3 (online) JRN 492 Motion Capture for Storytelling 3 JRN 338 Visualizing Data with Information Graphics 3 JRN 445 Images and Messages 3 ENG 325 Readings in Graphic Narrative 3 JRN 338 and 413 may not be used to fulfill both requirement 2 & 3.
Contact School of Journalism College of Communication Arts and Sciences Michigan State university Room 305 404 Wilson Road East Lansing, MI 48824 Phone: 517-353-6430 Fax: 517-355-7710 E-mail: jrn@msu.edu