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March 29June 4

The schedule posted online will be updated daily to include textbooks, reading assignments prior to the first class, and possible changes to the schedule. Please check the website regularly. Updated: 3/31

Classes held in tents may need to be relocated some weeks. If you arrive at the scheduled location and no one is there, check the other St. Paul/The Harbor location.

Classes are displayed in order of day and time. Use the filters below to show the classes related to your program and year. If you experience trouble using the filters, please enable javascript. For course descriptions, please see the University Catalog.

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March 5: Add/drop deadline | May 14th: Withdrawal deadline

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Monday
PHIL302 Existentialism
Monday 8:00–10:50 AM
Shalina Stilley
St. Paul: South
Required Textbooks:
  1. Morino, Gordon, ed. Basic Writings of Existentialism. Buy now9780375759895
  2. Sweetman, Brendan, ed. A Gariel Marcel Reader. Buy now9781587313264
Humanities Elective
PHIL203PHIL204
THEO401-1 Marriage and Family
Monday 9:30–10:55 AM
Sam Keyes
Harbor
Required Textbooks:
  1. Howard, Thomas. Hallowed be this House. Buy now978-1586177126
  2. Levering, Matthew. The Indissolubility of Marriage: Amoris Laetitia in Context. Buy now978-1621642930
  3. Sri, Edward. Men, Women, and the Mystery of Love. Buy now978-1632530806
University Core
THEO100THEO110THEO200THEO311THEO312THEO313
BUSI260-1 Leadership Honors Seminar
Monday 12:00–1:25 PM
Bob Keith & Shalina Stilley
St. Paul: North
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

Students currently enrolled in the honors program will be automatically enrolled in each subsequence seminar. Students looking to join the program wait until the next application period is announced.

Students who complete the LHP program for Winter & Spring Quarters 2021 should take an elective instead of Leadership & Management

ENTM104-1 Fundamentals of Production
Monday 12:00–1:25 PM
George Simon
155 K
Required Textbooks:
  1. Two 32GB SD CardsRecomended options: Amazon or B&H Photo
  2. Enloop Rechargeable BatteriesRecomended options: Amazon
  3. An external hard drive with: 1) 500GB minimum (1TB suggested) capacity, 2) 7200 minimum RPM disk speed, 3) USB 3.0 connection.Recomended options: 1TB from Amazon, 1TB from B&H Photo, 500GB from B&H Photo
Students are split between the Production and Post-Production Fundamentals classes. Whichever class not taken in Winter Quarter will be taken in Spring Quarter.

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the Course ID & section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

Foundational Media Prerequisite
ENTM251 Typography
Monday 12:00–2:50 PM
Chris Clark
155 N
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
Graphic DesignMedia Elective
ENTM151
HUMA303-1 Shakespeare
Monday 12:00–1:25 PM
Stephen Kramp
Harbor
Required Textbooks:
  1. Shakespeare, William. Henry IV, Part I. Signet Classics Edition. Buy now978-0451527110
  2. Shakespeare, William. Julius Caesar. Signet Classics Edition. Buy now978-0451526892
  3. Shakespeare, William. Twelfth Night. Folger Shakespeare Library. Buy now978-0743482776
  4. Shakespeare, William. Four Great Tragedies: Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, Macbeth. Signet Classics Edition. Buy now978-0451527295

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the Course ID & section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

Humanities Core
ENTM104-2 Fundamentals of Production
Monday 2:00–3:25 PM
George Simon
155 K
Required Textbooks:
  1. Two 32GB SD CardsRecomended options: Amazon or B&H Photo
  2. Enloop Rechargeable BatteriesRecomended options: Amazon
  3. An external hard drive with: 1) 500GB minimum (1TB suggested) capacity, 2) 7200 minimum RPM disk speed, 3) USB 3.0 connection.Recomended options: 1TB from Amazon, 1TB from B&H Photo, 500GB from B&H Photo
Students are split between the Production and Post-Production Fundamentals classes. Whichever class not taken in Winter Quarter will be taken in Spring Quarter.

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the Course ID & section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

Foundational Media Prerequisite
HUMA303-2 Shakespeare
Monday 2:00–3:25 PM
Stephen Kramp
Harbor
Required Textbooks:
  1. Shakespeare, William. Henry IV, Part I. Signet Classics Edition. Buy now978-0451527110
  2. Shakespeare, William. Julius Caesar. Signet Classics Edition. Buy now978-0451526892
  3. Shakespeare, William. Twelfth Night. Folger Shakespeare Library. Buy now978-0743482776
  4. Shakespeare, William. Four Great Tragedies: Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, Macbeth. Signet Classics Edition. Buy now978-0451527295

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the Course ID & section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

Humanities Core
BUSI423 Organizational Design
Monday 3:00–5:50 PM
Angie Germain
St. Paul: North
Required Textbooks:
  1. Latham, John. [Re]Create the Organization You Really Want. Buy now978-0998149110
Business ElectiveCohort 2018 only: L&M + Entp. Emphases
DIGM Branding
Monday 3:30–6:20 PM
Chris Clark
155 N
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
Graphic DesignMedia Elective
ARTS201ENTM251
THEO401-2 Marriage and Family
Monday 4:00–5:25 PM
Sam Keyes
Harbor
Required Textbooks:
  1. Howard, Thomas. Hallowed be this House. Buy now978-1586177126
  2. Levering, Matthew. The Indissolubility of Marriage: Amoris Laetitia in Context. Buy now978-1621642930
  3. Sri, Edward. Men, Women, and the Mystery of Love. Buy now978-1632530806
University Core
THEO100THEO110THEO200THEO311THEO312THEO313
HUMA124-1 Advanced College Writing
Monday 6:00–7:25 PM
Elisabeth Kramp
St. Paul: South
Required Textbooks:
  1. Booth, Wayne C. The Craft of Research. 4th Ed. Chicago, 2016. Buy now978-0226239736
  2. Students should select one of the following three sources (Rashomon, Gilead, or Our Town) for their research during this course.  Those writing about the film Rashomon will need to read Akutagawa's short stories as well as watch the film:
    1. Rashomon
      • Akutagawa, Ryunosuke. Rashomon and Seventeen Other Stories. Tr. Jay Rubin. Penguin Classics, 2004. Buy now978-0140449709
      • Rashomon. Directed by Akira Kurosawa. Executive Producer Masaishi Nagata. Starring Toshiro Mifune.  Released 1950. Re-released by Criterion Collection, 2002.
    2. Gilead
      Robinson, Marilynne. Gilead. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, New York, 2005. Buy now978-0312424404
    3. Our Town
      Wilder, Thornton. Our Town. Foreword by David Margulies. Perennial Classics, 2003. Buy now978-0060512637

In spring, students choose between two core classes: Business Communications or Advanced College Writing. In summer, students will take whatever course not yet completed.

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the Course ID & section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

University Core
DIGM414 3D Animation II
Monday 6:30–9:20 PM
George Castro
Online
Required Textbooks:
  1. No textbooks are required for this course.
AnimationMedia Elective
DIGM322
ENTM435 Playing Shakespeare II
Monday 6:30–9:20 PM
Angie Bitsko
155 K
Required Textbooks:
  1. Barton, John. Playing Shakespeare. Methuen Paperback Series; Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group. Buy now9780385720854
ActingMedia Elective
ENTM231ENTM433
HUMA124-2 Advanced College Writing
Monday 8:00–9:25 PM
Elisabeth Kramp
St. Paul: South
Required Textbooks:
  1. Booth, Wayne C. The Craft of Research. 4th Ed. Chicago, 2016. Buy now978-0226239736
  2. Students should select one of the following three sources (Rashomon, Gilead, or Our Town) for their research during this course.  Those writing about the film Rashomon will need to read Akutagawa's short stories as well as watch the film:
    1. Rashomon
      • Akutagawa, Ryunosuke. Rashomon and Seventeen Other Stories. Tr. Jay Rubin. Penguin Classics, 2004. Buy now978-0140449709
      • Rashomon. Directed by Akira Kurosawa. Executive Producer Masaishi Nagata. Starring Toshiro Mifune.  Released 1950. Re-released by Criterion Collection, 2002.
    2. Gilead
      Robinson, Marilynne. Gilead. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, New York, 2005. Buy now978-0312424404
    3. Our Town
      Wilder, Thornton. Our Town. Foreword by David Margulies. Perennial Classics, 2003. Buy now978-0060512637

In spring, students choose between two core classes: Business Communications or Advanced College Writing. In summer, students will take whatever course not yet completed.

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the Course ID & section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

University Core
Tuesday
BUSI213 Small Business Principles and Practices
Tuesday 8:00–10:50 AM
Jeremiah Jackson
Online
Required Textbooks:
  1. Kennedy, Joe. The Small Business Owner’s Manual. Buy now978-1564148131
Leadership & ManagementEntrepreneurshipBusiness Elective
SCIN300-1 Science, Technology, & Culture
Tuesday 9:15–11:00 AM
Derry Connolly
Harbor
Required Textbooks:
  1. No textbooks are required for this course.

Fulfills Natural Science requirement.

University Core
HUMA220 Creative Writing I
Tuesday 9:30–10:55 AM
Stephen Kramp
St. Paul: South
Required Textbooks:
  1. Saunders, George. A Swim in a Pond in the Rain. Buy now978-1984856029

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the Course ID & section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

Creative Writing & ScreenwritingHumanities Elective
ENTM101
BUSI393-1 Leadership and Management
Tuesday 12:00–2:50 PM
Bob Keith
Harbor
Required Textbooks:
  1. Lencioni, Patrick. The Advantage: Why Organizational Health Trumps Everything Else In Business. Buy now978-0470941522
University Core
ENTM208 Writing Short Form Cinema
Tuesday 12:00–2:50 PM
Christopher Riley
St. Paul: South
Required Textbooks:
  1. Johnson, Claudia. Crafting Short Screenplays That Connect. 5th Ed. Buy now978-0367338190
ScreenwritingMedia Elective
ENTM101ENTM105
ENTM307 Documentaries
Tuesday 12:00–2:50 PM
Nathan Scoggins
155 N
Required Textbooks:
  1. Hampe, Barry. Making Documentary Films. Buy now978-0805081817
Media Elective
ENTM101 ENTM104
HUMA231 Classical Rome
Tuesday 12:00–1:25 PM
Stephen Kramp
St. Paul: North
Required Textbooks:
  1. Marcus Aurelius. Meditations. Buy now978-0486298238
  2. Ovid. Metamorphoses. Buy now978-0140447897
  3. Plutarch. Roman Lives: A Selection of Eight Roman Lives. Buy now978-0199537389
  4. Suetonius. Lives of the Caesars. Buy now978-0199537563

Humanities students in the 2018 cohort who have not yet taken Classical Rome should registrer for this class to complete their core requirements.

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the Course ID & section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

Humanities Elective
ARTS222 Life Drawing II
Tuesday 3:00–5:50 PM
Jacqueline Nicolini
155 K
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
AnimationGame DevelopmentIllustrationMedia Elective
ARTS221
ENTM312 Advanced Writing Seminar I
Tuesday 3:30–6:20 PM
Christopher Riley
St. Paul: South
Required Textbooks:
  1. The instructor will provide all texts.
ScreenwritingMedia Elective
ENTM101ENTM105ENTM200ENTM201ENTM202
THEO113-1 Christian Experience III
Tuesday 3:30–4:55 PM
Shalina Stilley
Harbor
Required Textbooks:
  1. McGinn, Bernard Ed. Christian Mysticism. Buy now978-0812974218
University Core
BUSI104 Financial Accounting I
Tuesday 4:30–5:55 PM
Bill Golightly
St. Paul: North
Required Textbooks:
  1. Libby, Phillips. Fundamentals of Financial Accounting 6th Edition. McGraw Hill. Buy now9781259864230This textbook has been updated from the previous listing.
    This book is available for rent or purchase through McGraw Hill or any number of third party book companies such as Chegg, Amazon and Bigger Books. There is a relatively inexpensive loose leaf version that is recommended.

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the Course ID & section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

Business Core
THEO314-1 Christian Experience IV
Tuesday 5:30–6:55 PM
Sam Keyes
Harbor
Required Textbooks:
  1. Anderson, Ryan. When Harry Became Sally. Buy now978-1641770484This book is not listed on Amazon, and is on backorder in a number of places. Do your best to obtain a copy before class, but do not feel compelled to purchase it from eBay, etc. if it's at an exorbitant price (normal cost is around $17). If you find a good source, share it on the FB Student Life group page. Some alternate sources to consider: Books a Million, Barns & Noble
  2. Levering, Matthew. The Indissolubility of Marriage: Amoris Laetitia in Context. Buy now978-1621642930
  3. Sri, Edward. Men, Women, and the Mystery of Love. Buy now978-1632530806
University Core
ENTM339 Acting Production
Tuesday 6:30–9:20 PM
Angie Bitsko
155 K
Required Textbooks:
  1. $30 Class Fee.
Acting emphases must complete at least two Acting Productions to fulfill graduation requirements. Participants (including auditing students) must both audition with the instructor and register for the play either during online registration or with an Add/Drop Form. "Acting Production" should be used for registration, i.e. do not list the play's name.

Acting productions meet multiple times per week.

Acting Productions meet multiple times a week.

ActingMedia Elective
Must Audition
Wednesday
DIGM202 Storyboarding
Wednesday 8:00–10:50 AM
Eric vanHamersveld
Online
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

While no specific drawing class is required as a prerequisite, students enrolling in Storyboarding are required to have basic drawing ability. Students without any drawing experience should choose another class.

AnimationMedia Elective
DIGM122 or ENTM105Basic drawing ability
ENTM201 Writing for the Screen I
Wednesday 8:00–10:50 AM
Christopher Riley
St. Paul: South
Required Textbooks:
  1. King, Stephen. On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft. Buy now978-1982159375
Creative writing students are encouraged to take Writing for the Screen I if desiring further experience in screenwriting.
ScreenwritingMedia Elective
ENTM101ENTM105ENTM200
ENTM491 Senior Project: Production
Wednesday 8:00–10:50 AM
Nathan Scoggins
St. Paul: North
Required Textbooks:
  1. No textbooks are required.

Film students who have not completed ENTM490 should register for ENTM491 this quarter.

Film students who complete more than 1 quarters of senior project can count the additional quarters towards their electives

Communications Media Core
Media Senior
THEO113-2 Christian Experience III
Wednesday 9:30–10:55 AM
Shalina Stilley
Harbor
Required Textbooks:
  1. McGinn, Bernard Ed. Christian Mysticism. Buy now978-0812974218
University Core
ENTM103 Fundamentals of Post-Production
Wednesday 12:00–2:50 PM
Melinda Simon
155 N
Required Textbooks:
  1. Murch, Walter. In the Blink of an Eye. 2nd Ed. This book has been updated from what was used during Winter Quarter. Buy now978-1879505629
  2. An external hard drive with: 1) 500GB minimum (1TB suggested) capacity, 2) 7200 minimum RPM disk speed, 3) USB 3.0 connection.Recomended options: 1TB from Amazon, 1TB from B&H Photo, 500GB from B&H Photo
Students are split between the Production and Post-Production Fundamentals classes. Whichever class not taken in Winter Quarter will be taken in Spring Quarter.
Foundational Media Prerequisite
ENTM214 Writing Dialogue
Wednesday 12:00–2:50 PM
Christopher Riley
St. Paul: South
Required Textbooks:
  1. The instructor will provide all texts.
ScreenwritingMedia Elective
ENTM101ENTM105
ENTM305 Film Finance
Wednesday 12:00–2:50 PM
Nathan Scoggins
St. Paul: North
Required Textbooks:
  1. No textbooks are required for this course.
ProducingMedia Elective
ENTM203
THEO314-2 Christian Experience IV
Wednesday 12:00–1:25 PM
Sam Keyes
Harbor
Required Textbooks:
  1. Anderson, Ryan. When Harry Became Sally. Buy now978-1641770484This book is not listed on Amazon, and is on backorder in a number of places. Do your best to obtain a copy before class, but do not feel compelled to purchase it from eBay, etc. if it's at an exorbitant price (normal cost is around $17). If you find a good source, share it on the FB Student Life group page. Some alternate sources to consider: Books a Million, Barns & Noble
  2. Levering, Matthew. The Indissolubility of Marriage: Amoris Laetitia in Context. Buy now978-1621642930
  3. Sri, Edward. Men, Women, and the Mystery of Love. Buy now978-1632530806
University Core
PHIL101-1 Logic
Wednesday 2:00–3:25 PM
Fr. Andy Younan
Harbor
Required Textbooks:
  1. Younan, Andy, ed. Logic Reader. Buy now978-1535513753
University Core
ENTM404 Visual Effects Production
Wednesday 3:30–6:20 PM
Max Hulburt & George Simon
155 N
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
Media Elective
Faculty Approval Required
ENTM423 Advanced Film Criticism
Wednesday 3:30–6:20 PM
Nathan Scoggins
St. Paul: South
Required Textbooks:
  1. No textbooks are required for this course.
Media Elective
ENTM103ENTM104ENTM207ENTM211
PHIL101-2 Logic
Wednesday 4:00–5:25 PM
Fr. Andy Younan
Harbor
Required Textbooks:
  1. Younan, Andy, ed. Logic Reader. Buy now978-1535513753
University Core
PHIL105 Classical Philosophy
Wednesday 5:30–8:20 PM
Fr. Andy Younan
St. Paul: North
Required Textbooks:
  1. Plato. The Dialogues of Plato. Buy now978-0553213713Read Plato's Apology by the first class
  2. Boethius. The Consolation of Philosophy. Buy now978-0199540549
Humanities Elective
Thursday
BUSI315 Sales Strategy
Thursday 8:00–10:50 AM
Joe Connolly
St. Paul: South
Required Textbooks:
  1. Rackman, Neil. SPIN Selling. Buy now978-0070511132
  2. Voss, Chris. Never Split the Difference: Negotiating As If Your Life Depended On It. Buy now978-0062407801
Required Reading Prior to First Session:
  1. Prereading assignment TBA
Sales & MarketingBusiness Elective
DIGM313-1 Hard Surface Modeling I
Thursday 8:00–9:25 AM
Max Hulburt
155 N
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
AnimationGame DevelopmentMedia Elective
DIGM108
DIGM350 Organic Modeling I
Thursday 8:00–10:50 AM
Max Hulburt
155 N
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
AnimationGame DevelopmentMedia Elective
DIGM210DIGM313
ENTM310 Advanced Editing Techniques
Thursday 8:00–10:50 AM
Thomas Dunn
155 N
Required Textbooks:
  1. Murch, Walter. In the Blink of an Eye: A Perspective on Film Editing. 2nd Ed. Buy now978-1879505629
Post-ProductionMedia Elective
ENTM103
DIGM313-2 Hard Surface Modeling I
Thursday 9:30–11:00 AM
Max Hulburt
155 N
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
AnimationGame DevelopmentMedia Elective
DIGM108
HUMA303-1 Shakespeare
Thursday 9:30–10:55 AM
Stephen Kramp
Harbor
Required Textbooks:
  1. Shakespeare, William. Henry IV, Part I. Signet Classics Edition. Buy now978-0451527110
  2. Shakespeare, William. Julius Caesar. Signet Classics Edition. Buy now978-0451526892
  3. Shakespeare, William. Twelfth Night. Folger Shakespeare Library. Buy now978-0743482776
  4. Shakespeare, William. Four Great Tragedies: Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, Macbeth. Signet Classics Edition. Buy now978-0451527295

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the Course ID & section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

Humanities Core
ARTS121-1 Drawing in Perspective
Thursday 12:00–2:50 PM
Jacqueline Nicolini
St. Paul: South
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

Drawing in Perspective is a prerequisite for all other drawing classes. Students interested in drawing classes should register for this class

AnimationGame DevelopmentIllustrationMedia Elective
BUSI393-2 Leadership and Management
Thursday 12:00–2:50 PM
Bob Keith
Harbor
Required Textbooks:
  1. Lencioni, Patrick. The Advantage: Why Organizational Health Trumps Everything Else In Business. Buy now978-0470941522
University Core
DIGM491-1 Production Studio II
Thursday 12:00–2:50 PM
Max Hulburt
155 N
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
Senior Project Requirement
DIGM490
ENTM104-1 Fundamentals of Production
Thursday 12:00–1:25 PM
George Simon
155 K
Required Textbooks:
  1. Two 32GB SD CardsRecomended options: Amazon or B&H Photo
  2. Enloop Rechargeable BatteriesRecomended options: Amazon
  3. An external hard drive with: 1) 500GB minimum (1TB suggested) capacity, 2) 7200 minimum RPM disk speed, 3) USB 3.0 connection.Recomended options: 1TB from Amazon, 1TB from B&H Photo, 500GB from B&H Photo
Students are split between the Production and Post-Production Fundamentals classes. Whichever class not taken in Winter Quarter will be taken in Spring Quarter.

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the Course ID & section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

Foundational Media Prerequisite
ENTM410 Media Law and Ethics
Thursday 12:00–2:50 PM
Shun Lee Fong
St. Paul: North
Required Textbooks:
  1. Packard, Ashley. Digital Media Law. 2nd Ed. Buy now978-1118290729Read and be prepreared to discuss Chapter 1
Communications Media Core
ENTM104-2 Fundamentals of Production
Thursday 2:00–3:25 PM
George Simon
155 K
Required Textbooks:
  1. Two 32GB SD CardsRecomended options: Amazon or B&H Photo
  2. Enloop Rechargeable BatteriesRecomended options: Amazon
  3. An external hard drive with: 1) 500GB minimum (1TB suggested) capacity, 2) 7200 minimum RPM disk speed, 3) USB 3.0 connection.Recomended options: 1TB from Amazon, 1TB from B&H Photo, 500GB from B&H Photo
Students are split between the Production and Post-Production Fundamentals classes. Whichever class not taken in Winter Quarter will be taken in Spring Quarter.

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the Course ID & section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

Foundational Media Prerequisite
ARTS121-2 Drawing in Perspective
Thursday 3:30–6:20 PM
Jacqueline Nicolini
St. Paul: South
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD

Drawing in Perspective is a prerequisite for all other drawing classes. Students interested in drawing classes should register for this class

AnimationGame DevelopmentIllustrationMedia Elective
HUMA303-2 Shakespeare
Thursday 3:30–4:55 PM
Stephen Kramp
Harbor
Required Textbooks:
  1. Shakespeare, William. Henry IV, Part I. Signet Classics Edition. Buy now978-0451527110
  2. Shakespeare, William. Julius Caesar. Signet Classics Edition. Buy now978-0451526892
  3. Shakespeare, William. Twelfth Night. Folger Shakespeare Library. Buy now978-0743482776
  4. Shakespeare, William. Four Great Tragedies: Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, Macbeth. Signet Classics Edition. Buy now978-0451527295

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the Course ID & section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

Humanities Core
BUSI104 Financial Accounting I
Thursday 6:00–7:25 PM
Bill Golightly
St. Paul: North
Required Textbooks:
  1. Libby, Phillips. Fundamentals of Financial Accounting 6th Edition. McGraw Hill. Buy now9781259864230This textbook has been updated from the previous listing.
    This book is available for rent or purchase through McGraw Hill or any number of third party book companies such as Chegg, Amazon and Bigger Books. There is a relatively inexpensive loose leaf version that is recommended.

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the Course ID & section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

Business Core
DIGM321 Environment Design II
Thursday 6:30–9:20 PM
Nate Sartain
Online
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
AnimationGame DevelopmentMedia Elective
DIGM320
ENTM339 Acting Production
Thursday 6:30–9:20 PM
Angie Bitsko
155 K
Required Textbooks:
  1. $30 Class Fee.
Acting emphases must complete at least two Acting Productions to fulfill graduation requirements. Participants (including auditing students) must both audition with the instructor and register for the play either during online registration orwith an Add/Drop Form. \"Acting Production\" should be used for registration, i.e. do not list the play's name.

Acting productions meet multiple times per week.

Acting Productions meet multiple times a week.

ActingMedia Elective
Must Audition
MUSC221-1 Electronic Composition
Thursday 6:30–7:30 PM
Robert Giracello
155 N
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
Media/Humanities Elective
MUSC221-2 Electronic Composition
Thursday 8:00–9:30 PM
Robert Giracello
155 N
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
Media/Humanities Elective
Friday
ENTM141B Vocal Techniques I
Friday 8:00–10:50 AM
Rebecca Zimmer-Huber MA
155 K
Required Textbooks:
  1. Beck, Andy, Brian Lewis and Karen Farnum Surmani. Buy now978-0739049242
  2. Peckham, Anne. Vocal Workouts for the Contemporary Singer. Berklee Press. Buy now978-0876390474
  3. Singer’s Mask. Students enrolling in Vocal Techniques are required to purchase a specialized mask for singing. Please bring this mask to every class session.
This course cannot be audited.
Musical Theatre
Corequsite: ENTM142
ENTM241B Vocal Techniques III
Friday 8:00–10:50 AM
Rebecca Zimmer-Huber
155 K
Required Textbooks:
  1. Beck, Andy, Brian Lewis and Karen Farnum Surmani. Buy now978-0739049242
  2. Peckham, Anne. Vocal Workouts for the Contemporary Singer. Berklee Press. Buy now978-0876390474
  3. Singer’s Mask. Students enrolling in Vocal Techniques are required to purchase a specialized mask for singing. Please bring this mask to every class session.
Musical Theatre
ENTM141ENTM142
ENTM421 Media Career Strategies
Friday 8:00–10:50 AM
Ken Sharrar
Harbor
Required Textbooks:
  1. Gallup. CliftonStrengths for Students Hardcover. Buy now978-1595621252A brand new, original hardcover book must be purchased because it includes unique access code that will be used for class assignments.
Communications Media Core
Media Senior
HUMA231 Classical Rome
Friday 8:00–9:25 AM
Stephen Kramp
St. Paul: North
Required Textbooks:
  1. Marcus Aurelius. Meditations. Buy now978-0486298238
  2. Ovid. Metamorphoses. Buy now978-0140447897
  3. Plutarch. Roman Lives: A Selection of Eight Roman Lives. Buy now978-0199537389
  4. Suetonius. Lives of the Caesars. Buy now978-0199537563

Humanities students in the 2018 cohort who have not yet taken Classical Rome should registrer for this class to complete their core requirements.

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the Course ID & section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

Humanities Elective
HUMA220 Creative Writing I
Friday 9:30–10:55 AM
Stephen Kramp
St. Paul: South
Required Textbooks:
  1. Saunders, George. A Swim in a Pond in the Rain. Buy now978-1984856029

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the Course ID & section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

Creative Writing & ScreenwritingHumanities Elective
ENTM101
BUSI491 Business Launchpad II
Friday 12:00–2:50 PM
Marc Burch
St. Paul: North
Required Textbooks:
  1. Colwell, Ken. Starting a Business QuickStart Guide. Buy now978-1945051630
Entrepreneurship
BUSI491
COMM200 Business Communications
Friday 12:00–2:50 PM
Vernon Mortensen
Harbor
Required Textbooks:
  1. Business Communication. 1st Ed. Harvard Business Review Press, 2003. Buy now978-1591391135

In spring, students choose between two core classes: Business Communications or Advanced College Writing. In summer, students will take whatever course not yet completed.

University Core
DIGM491-2 Production Studio II
Friday 12:00–2:50 PM
Rodney Figueroa
155 N
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
Senior Project Requirement
DIGM490
ENTM322 Screenwriting Analysis & Study
Friday 12:00–2:50 PM
George Simon
St. Paul: South
Required Textbooks:
  1. Pressfield, Steven. The War of Art. Buy now978-1936891023
Media Elective
ENTM101
BUSI424 Decision Making
Friday 3:30–6:20 PM
Vernon Mortensen
Harbor
Required Textbooks:
  1. TBD
HUMA124-1 Advanced College Writing
Friday 3:30–4:55 PM
Elisabeth Kramp
St. Paul: South
Required Textbooks:
  1. Booth, Wayne C. The Craft of Research. 4th Ed. Chicago, 2016. Buy now978-0226239736
  2. Students should select one of the following three sources (Rashomon, Gilead, or Our Town) for their research during this course.  Those writing about the film Rashomon will need to read Akutagawa's short stories as well as watch the film:
    1. Rashomon
      • Akutagawa, Ryunosuke. Rashomon and Seventeen Other Stories. Tr. Jay Rubin. Penguin Classics, 2004. Buy now978-0140449709
      • Rashomon. Directed by Akira Kurosawa. Executive Producer Masaishi Nagata. Starring Toshiro Mifune.  Released 1950. Re-released by Criterion Collection, 2002.
    2. Gilead
      Robinson, Marilynne. Gilead. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, New York, 2005. Buy now978-0312424404
    3. Our Town
      Wilder, Thornton. Our Town. Foreword by David Margulies. Perennial Classics, 2003. Buy now978-0060512637

In spring, students choose between two core classes: Business Communications or Advanced College Writing. In summer, students will take whatever course not yet completed.

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the Course ID & section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

University Core
HUMA124-2 Advanced College Writing
Friday 5:30–6:55 PM
Elisabeth Kramp
St. Paul: South
Required Textbooks:
  1. Booth, Wayne C. The Craft of Research. 4th Ed. Chicago, 2016. Buy now978-0226239736
  2. Students should select one of the following three sources (Rashomon, Gilead, or Our Town) for their research during this course.  Those writing about the film Rashomon will need to read Akutagawa's short stories as well as watch the film:
    1. Rashomon
      • Akutagawa, Ryunosuke. Rashomon and Seventeen Other Stories. Tr. Jay Rubin. Penguin Classics, 2004. Buy now978-0140449709
      • Rashomon. Directed by Akira Kurosawa. Executive Producer Masaishi Nagata. Starring Toshiro Mifune.  Released 1950. Re-released by Criterion Collection, 2002.
    2. Gilead
      Robinson, Marilynne. Gilead. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, New York, 2005. Buy now978-0312424404
    3. Our Town
      Wilder, Thornton. Our Town. Foreword by David Margulies. Perennial Classics, 2003. Buy now978-0060512637

In spring, students choose between two core classes: Business Communications or Advanced College Writing. In summer, students will take whatever course not yet completed.

This class meets twice a week. To find the correlating meeting, match up the Course ID & section number (the -1, or -2 after the course ID).

University Core
ENTM339 Acting Production
Friday 6:30–9:20 PM
Angie Bitsko
155 K
Required Textbooks:
  1. $30 Class Fee.
Acting emphases must complete at least two Acting Productions to fulfill graduation requirements. Participants (including auditing students) must both audition with the instructor and register for the play either during online registration orwith an Add/Drop Form. \"Acting Production\" should be used for registration, i.e. do not list the play's name.

Acting productions meet multiple times per week.

Acting Productions meet multiple times a week.

ActingMedia Elective
Must Audition
Saturday / Other
SCIN300-2 Science, Technology, & Culture
Saturday 10:00–11:45 AM
Derry Connolly
Harbor
Required Textbooks:
  1. No textbooks are required for this course.

Fulfills Natural Science requirement.

University Core

NOTE: Please be advised that adjustments in scheduled meeting times and/or instructor assignments may be made at any time without prior notice.