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ARCH X 493.33
Fundamentals of Exterior Lighting
Lessons focus on systems, equipment, calculation procedures and terminology for a basic awareness of lighting. Creating safe spaces, lighting color, and exterior landscapes are emphasized.
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FILM TV X 480.2
Working with Immersive Media: New Trends in XR(VR/AR/MR)
Interested in VR? Learn how VR content is created and how the 360 environment immerses viewers in a world. Gain insight into interactive content and story development from leading hardware and software technology companies.
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FILM TV X 478.9
The Craft of the Director
This overview course gives the aspiring director a comprehensive practical understanding of the film director's craft—the language, grammar, and tools of the medium from the first script reading to post-production.
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FILM TV X 477
Creating Reality and Non-Fiction Television: What Really Works
Understand the various reality/non-fiction TV formats and prepare to conceptualize your own reality series for various television outlets including network, syndication, cable, and Internet.
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FILM TV X 475
Producing Commercials for All Platforms: A Practical Workshop
From concept to completion, learn to produce commercials for TV as well as for all integrated marketing platforms (video games, cinema, Internet, TV, and cell phones).
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FILM TV X 440A
Writing the First Screenplay I
Learn how to write a screenplay by developing a compelling story and tackling a feature film script outline in this first course of a four-course sequence.
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FILM TV X 439
Inside the World of Film Acquisitions: How to Sell Your Project to Hollywood
Learn the art of selling your project to studios, production and sales companies, indie distributors and the like through understanding how buyers, known as acquisitions execs, evaluate the "worth" of your project.
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ARCH X 472.8A
Plant Identification: Trees
This course concentrates on trees, shrubs, and companion plant groupings, planting location, etc. as design elements. Participants study plant texture, density, form, color, and other characteristics as articulators of space.
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FILM TV X 423
Television Series Development Workshop
This workshop is designed for producers, development executives, and writers seeking to understand all the elements that go into an original series proposal for television from the original idea to a completed pitch.
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FILM TV X 404A
Post-Production for Film and Television
Emphasizing how new technologies continue to impact post-production, this course examines the post-production process for film and television. Includes guest speakers and field trips to post-production facilities.
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FILM TV X 404
Pre-Production and Production for Film and Television
This survey course presents an overview of the real-world aspects of producing as practiced in the various sectors of filmed entertainment from script development through pre-production and production.
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FILM TV UL 700
Free Networking Opportunities for Entertainment Studies Certificate Students
Network and build relationships with other certificate students in entertainment studies, whether your goal is to crew up a set or just connect with students who have the same business goals.
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FILM TV 808
The Indie Film Business: Financing and Selling Independent Films
Learn how to effectively and profitably finance and sell your independent film through a variety of different financial deal structures and learn how to find distribution on multiple platforms in the global marketplace.
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FILM TV 785.56
Showrunners and Show Writers

Join a panel of current TV showrunners, writers and producers as they describe their paths to success, and guide you through the process of crafting a successful and commercially viable one-hour…

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ESL X 433C
Advanced English as a Second Language
In this course, students with approximate TOEFL 91 - 99 or IELTS 6.5 - 7 scores will practice academic reading,writing,and presentation skills. Students will also hone their academic vocabulary and listening comprehension skills.
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ESL X 433B
High-Intermediate English as a Second Language
In this course, students with approximate TOEFL 81 - 90 or IELTS 6 - 6.5 scores will improve their academic writing, speaking skills, and presentation techniques. University-level vocabulary and listening comprehension are practiced intensely.
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ARCH X 472.4E
Design Graphics 2: Communication for Site Analysis, Conceptual and Site Design
Build upon drafting, lettering, and drawing techniques learned in Design Graphics 1, advanced applications of color and presentation are applied to final projects.
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ARCH X 472.4D
Design Graphics 1: Drafting and Drawing of the Built Environment
Using Tongva Park, students study design, program, and planting. Drawing, observing, and creating a hand-drawn plan are the outcomes.
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ENOLGY X 485
An Introduction to Wine
This course presents an intermediate level of wine information, highlighting key wine topics, including tasting, labels, grape varieties, and winemaking.
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ENOLGY X 482
Vintage III
This course continues where Vintage II ends, sampling the wines of Portugal, Germany and other "Old World" countries, and moves on to "New World" wines of South Africa, Oceania, North and South America.
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