A minor in Integrated Media provides students with an overview of the impact of digital and time-based media practices. Students learn to evaluate and work with technologies for research and studio projects. Interdisciplinary exploration is encouraged. Integrated Media addresses film, video, robotics/electronics, performance, installation, animation, audio, web and hybrid media. In a context of critical thinking and relevant examples, students develop individual and collaborative projects
|Course Code||Course Title||Code|
|INTM 2B34||Hybrid Media Lab||0.5|
|INTM 3B39||Media Research Projects||0.5|
|200 Level||INTM courses||2.0|
|300 or 400 Level||INTM courses||1.5|
|200, 300 or 400 Level||Liberal Studies*||0.5|
|INTM 3B11 Media & Social Change & VISM 4B05 Future Cinema: Digital Narratives (NOT OFFERED FALL/WINTER 2011/2012)|
|INTM 3B17 Publications: Digital & VISM 4B06 Global Mesh: Internet, Networks, Globalization and Digital Resistance|
|INTM 2B02 Film Introduction & VISM 2B08 Film Studies: An Introduction|
*Liberal studies courses are listed under the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences and designated course type LST in the course schedule.
**With the approval of an Associate Dean, 0.5 credit of the INTM course elective requirements may be replaced by 0.5 credit Self-Directed Study.
A minor consists of 3.0 credits minimum, 5.0 credits maximum.
Up to 2.0 credits of electives from a student’s major may count towards their minor.
Please refer to further information on minors.
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