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Possible courses for a program in interactive arts.
Possible courses for a program in interactive arts.
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=== Art ===
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* ART 134/136/137 Art Fundamentals I and II
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* ART 140 Drawing I
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=== Art History ===
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* ART H 101/102 History of Art, Design, and Visual Culture I and II
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* ART H 209 Survey of the History of Design
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* ART H 210 Survey of the History of Photography
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* ART H 249 Visual Culture and Advertising
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* ART H 302 Vision and Visuality
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* ART H 309 Design Theory and History
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=== Comparative Literature ===
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* C LIT 228 Literature, Popular Culture, and the Visual Arts
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* C LIT 242 Science Fiction
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* C LIT 352 Relations among Literature, the Arts, Film and the Media
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* C LIT 440 Comparative Studies in Popular Culture
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* C LIT 474 Studies in the Relationship of Literature and the Visual
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Arts
=== Computing Science ===
=== Computing Science ===
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* MUSIC 483 Studies in Musical Genre
* MUSIC 483 Studies in Musical Genre
* MUSIC 484 Studies in Music and Society
* MUSIC 484 Studies in Music and Society
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* MUSIC x26/x27 Applied Music (lessons for non-BMus students)
* MUSIC x26/x27 Applied Music (lessons for non-BMus students)
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* MUSIC X49 Jazz Ensembles
* MUSIC X49 Jazz Ensembles
* MUSIC X93 Experimental Improvisation Ensemble
* MUSIC X93 Experimental Improvisation Ensemble
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* MUSIC 151/251/451 Aural and Keyboard Skills
* MUSIC 151/251/451 Aural and Keyboard Skills
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* MUSIC 545 Seminar in Computer Applications to Music
* MUSIC 545 Seminar in Computer Applications to Music
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=== English and Film Studies ===
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* ENGL 199 Essentials of Writing for Engineers
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* ENGL 126 Reading Popular Culture
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* ENGL 303 Computing Technology and Culture: Cyberculture
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* FS 100 Introduction to Film Study
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* FS 215 Introduction to Film Theory
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* FS 318 The Science Fiction Film
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=== Design ===
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* DES 135/138/139 Design Fundamentals
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* DES 300/301 Foundations of Industrial Design I and II
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* DES 302 Introduction to Visual Presentation I and II
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* DES 384 Introduction to Integrative Design
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* DES 393/394 Foundations of Visual Communication Design I and II
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* DES 396 Introduction to Research and Theory in Design
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* DES 497 Advanced Typography
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* DES 498 Information Design
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=== Drama ===
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* DRAMA 461 Script Writing
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=== Earth and Atmospheric Sciences ===
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* EAS 492 Geographical Information Systems for Social Science
=== Psychology ===
=== Psychology ===
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None that I can find.
None that I can find.
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=== Sociology ===
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* SOC 226 Social Studies of Surveillance
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* SOC 344 Media Culture and Society
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* SOC 462 Science and Society
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* SOC 477 Media and Cultural Globalization: Theory and Practice

Current revision as of 18:39, 8 January 2014

Contents

Courses in Other Programs

Possible courses for a program in interactive arts.

Art

  • ART 134/136/137 Art Fundamentals I and II
  • ART 140 Drawing I

Art History

  • ART H 101/102 History of Art, Design, and Visual Culture I and II
  • ART H 209 Survey of the History of Design
  • ART H 210 Survey of the History of Photography
  • ART H 249 Visual Culture and Advertising
  • ART H 302 Vision and Visuality
  • ART H 309 Design Theory and History

Comparative Literature

  • C LIT 228 Literature, Popular Culture, and the Visual Arts
  • C LIT 242 Science Fiction
  • C LIT 352 Relations among Literature, the Arts, Film and the Media
  • C LIT 440 Comparative Studies in Popular Culture
  • C LIT 474 Studies in the Relationship of Literature and the Visual

Arts

Computing Science

  • CMPUT 101 Introduction to Computing
  • CMPUT 114 Introduction to Computing Science
  • CMPUT 115 Programming with Data Structures
  • CMPUT 174 Introduction to the Foundations of Computation I
  • CMPUT 175 Introduction to the Foundations of Computation II
  • CMPUT 201 Practical Programming Methodology
  • CMPUT 204 Algorithms I
  • CMPUT 206 Introduction to Digital Image Processing
  • CMPUT 250 Computers and Games
  • CMPUT 291 Introduction to File and Database Management
  • CMPUT 302 Introduction to Human Computer Interaction
  • CMPUT 350 Advanced Games Programming
  • CMPUT 414 Introduction to Multimedia Technology
  • CMPUT 307 3D Graphics and Animation with 3DS Max
  • CMPUT 411 Introduction to Computer Graphics
  • CMPUT 412 Experimental Mobile Robotics

Music

  • MUSIC 100 Rudiments of Music (Basic Theory - very basic)
  • MUSIC 101 Introduction to Western Art Music
  • MUSIC 102 Introduction to World Music
  • MUSIC 103 Introduction to Popular Music
  • MUSIC 280 Introduction to Western Music History
  • MUSIC 283 Western Art Music, 1600-1850
  • MUSIC 284 Western Art Music, 1850-present
  • MUSIC 292 Contemporary Music
  • MUSIC 480 Survey of Contemporary Repertoire
  • MUSIC 311 Latin America and the Cultures of Popular Music
  • MUSIC 314 Canadian Music
  • MUSIC 201 Western Music and Contexts
  • MUSIC 203 Issues in Popular Music Studies
  • MUSIC 206 History of Jazz
  • MUSIC 413 Studies in the History of Jazz
  • MUSIC 464 Topics in Ethnomusicology: Music and Religion
  • MUSIC 465 Area Studies in Ethnomusicology
  • MUSIC 466 Topics in Ethnomusicology
  • MUSIC 467 Area Studies in Ethnomusicology: India and South Asia
  • MUSIC 468 Area Studies in Ethnomusicology: The Arab World
  • MUSIC 469 Area Studies in Ethnomusicology: Music and Islam
  • MUSIC 481 Studies in Avant-Garde Music
  • MUSIC 482 Studies in Music and Gender
  • MUSIC 483 Studies in Musical Genre
  • MUSIC 484 Studies in Music and Society


  • MUSIC x26/x27 Applied Music (lessons for non-BMus students)
  • MUSIC X40 Choral Ensemble
  • MUSIC X41 Instrumental Ensemble (Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Band, or Orchestra)
  • MUSIC X43 Indian Music Ensemble
  • MUSIC X44 West African Music Ensemble
  • MUSIC X48 Middle Eastern and North African Music Ensemble
  • MUSIC X49 Jazz Ensembles
  • MUSIC X93 Experimental Improvisation Ensemble


  • MUSIC 151/251/451 Aural and Keyboard Skills
  • MUSIC 155 Music Theory I (Basic Diatonic Harmony, Voice Leading, etc)
  • MUSIC 156 Music Theory II (Chromatic Harmony, etc)
  • MUSIC 255 Music Theory III (Counterpoint)
  • MUSIC 256 Music Theory IV (Advanced Analysis)
  • MUSIC 255 Music Theory V (Theories of music 1900-1950)
  • MUSIC 256 Music Theory VI (Analysis of Popular Music)
  • MUSIC 258 Music Theory VII (Post 1950 Theory)
  • MUSIC 259 Introduction to Composition
  • MUSIC 260 Composition
  • MUSIC 263 Instrumentation and Arranging
  • MUSIC 462 Topics in Orchestration
  • MUSIC 463 Orchestration
  • MUSIC 245 Intro to Music Technology
  • MUSIC 445 Electroacoustic Music
  • MUSIC 545 Seminar in Computer Applications to Music

English and Film Studies

  • ENGL 199 Essentials of Writing for Engineers
  • ENGL 126 Reading Popular Culture
  • ENGL 303 Computing Technology and Culture: Cyberculture
  • FS 100 Introduction to Film Study
  • FS 215 Introduction to Film Theory
  • FS 318 The Science Fiction Film

Design

  • DES 135/138/139 Design Fundamentals
  • DES 300/301 Foundations of Industrial Design I and II
  • DES 302 Introduction to Visual Presentation I and II
  • DES 384 Introduction to Integrative Design
  • DES 393/394 Foundations of Visual Communication Design I and II
  • DES 396 Introduction to Research and Theory in Design
  • DES 497 Advanced Typography
  • DES 498 Information Design

Drama

  • DRAMA 461 Script Writing

Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

  • EAS 492 Geographical Information Systems for Social Science

Psychology

  • PSYCO 357 Language Processing ?
  • PSYCO 415 Qualitative Methods in Sociocultural Psychology ?
  • PSYCO 381 Principles of Learning, and PSYCO 385 Applications of Learning ?
  • PSYCO 494 Human Factors and Ergonomics
  • PSYCO 414 Advanced Methods: Monte Carlo Techniques (AI)
  • PSYCO 452 Minds and Machines (AI)

Philosophy

  • PHIL 120 Symbolic Logic I ?
  • PHIL 220 Symbolic Logic II ?
  • PHIL 265 Philosophy of Science ?
  • PHIL 412 Topics in Philosophy of Science ?
  • PHIL 365 Philosophy of Computing
  • PHIL 366 Computers and Culture

Linguistics

  • LING 111 Intro to Linguistic Analysis for Language Revitalization ?
  • LING 102 Introduction to Linguistics II (or other intro?) ?
  • LING 314 Discourse Analysis ?
  • LING 323 Linguistics and the Mind ?
  • LING 325 Writing Systems ?
  • LING 513 Speech Technology
  • LING 519 Corpus Linguistics
  • LING 520 Computational Linguistics
  • LING 619 Methods in Corpus Linguistics (Grad)

Political Science

None that I can find.

Sociology

  • SOC 226 Social Studies of Surveillance
  • SOC 344 Media Culture and Society
  • SOC 462 Science and Society
  • SOC 477 Media and Cultural Globalization: Theory and Practice
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