REQUIRED TEXTBOOKS

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BACHELOR OF ARTS IN POST-PRODUCTION

BACHELOR OF ARTS IN FILM  

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE IN FILM

 

Course: FLM106

Writing the Character Centered Screenplay; Andrew Horton. ISBN- 0520221656 

 

Course: FLM111

Cinematography: Theory and Practice, Second Edition; Brown, Blain. New York: Focal Press, 2011. ISBN-13: 978-0240812090

Course: FLM116

Grammar of the Edit - 3rd Edition; Christopher Bowen and Roy Thompson.  ISBN-13-978-0-240-526003

 

Course: FLM116

Adobe Premiere Pro CC – Classroom in a Book (2017 Release); Maxim Jago. Adobe Press, (Feb. 24, 2017), paperback or kindle. ISBN-10: 0134665317

 

Course: FLM129

Shooting to Kill; Christine Vachon. ISBN-10: 0380798549

 

Courses: FLM129, FLM127, FLM245, & FLM227

The Pocket Lawyer for Filmmakers Edition: 2; Thomas A. Crowell, Esq. ISBN: 978-0-240-81318-9

Courses: RAR103

Audio in Media, by Stanley Alten; ISBN: 9781133307235

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE IN RECORDING ARTS

Courses: RAR103, RAR117, & RAR119

Audio in Media, 10th edition, Stanley Alten. ISBN: 978-1133307235

 

Courses: RAR117 & RAR213

Recording Engineer's Handbook, 3rd edition, Bobby Owsinski. ISBN: 978-1285442013

 

Course: RAR118

Master Handbook of Acoustics, 6th edition, F. Alton Everest and Ken Pohlmann. ISBN: 978-0071841047

Courses: RAR103 & RAR119

Sound Design, 1st edition, David Sonnenschein. ISBN: 0-941188-26-4

 

Course: RAR213

The Mixing Engineer's Handbook, 3rd edition, Bobby Owsinski. ISBN: 978-1285420875

Courses: RAR116 & RAR215

Sound Reinforcement Handbook, 1st edition, Gary Davis. ISBN: 978-0881889000

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN DIGITAL MEDIA, MAJOR IN DIGITAL ART

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE IN ANIMATION AND VFX

Course: DMA231

Adobe Photoshop CC2016 Classroom in a Book, By Adobe Creative Team. ISBN-10: 0321827333 / ISBN-13: 978-0321827333

 

Course: DMA321

“The Art and Science of Digital Compositing” by Ron Brinkmann. ISBN-10: 0121339602

 

Course: DMA310

“The Art and Science of Digital Compositing” by Ron Brinkmann. ISBN-10: 0121339602

 

Course: DMA420

Design by Nature: Using Universal Forms and Principles in Design By: Maggie Macnab. ISBN-10: 0321747763 / ISBN-13: 978-0321747761

 

Course: DMA430

The Magic of Houdini By: William Michael Cunningham. ISBN-10: 1598630822 / ISBN-13: 978-1598630824

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN GRAPHIC DESIGN AND INTERACTIVE MEDIA

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE IN DESIGN AND VISUAL COMMUNICATION

Course: GDI102  

Dabner, David, Stewart, Sandra, and Zempol, Eric. Graphic Design School, Fifth Edition, 2013, John Wiley & Sons. ISBN-10: 1118134419

Landa, Robin and Gonnella, Rose, Visual Workout: Creativity Workbook, 2001, Delmar. ISBN 0-7668-1364-9

 

Course: GDI104

Steven, Contemporary Color Theory & Use 2nd edition, Cengage Learning, 2011. ISBN 1111538913

Adobe InDesign CC Classroom in a Book, Adobe Press. ISBN 2013, 0321926978

 

Course: GDI204

James & Scala, Irene. DESIGNING WITH TYPE, The Essential Guide to Typography 5th Edition. Watson-Guptill. ISBN 0823085600

GENERAL EDUCATION

 

Course: CSC101 Computer Technology

Computing Essentials, O’Leary, Timothy and O’Leary, Linda, NewYork: McGraw Hill, 2014 or 2015. Paperback. ISBN: 978-0-07-351670-7.

 

Course: SPC 101 Oral Communication

NONE - Reflective writings and course discussions will be based on selections from a reading list.

 

Course: COMP I English 101

Bacon, Nora. The Well-Crafted Sentence: A Writer’s Guide to Style. 2nd ed., Bedford/St. Martin's, 2013. ISBN 978-1457606731

 

Graff, Gerald. “They Say/I Say”: The Moves That Matter in Academic Writing. 3rd ed., W.W. Norton & Company, 2016. ISBN 978-0393617436

 

Course: COMPII English 102

Booth, Wayne C, Gregory G. Colomb, and Joseph M. Williams. The Craft of Research. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2008 

 

Course: FDN111 Entrepreneurship

NONE - Reflective writings and course discussions will be based on selections from a reading list.

 

Course: LIT 101 Hero's Journey

NONE - The Hero’s Journey is a reading/writing-intensive course that looks at the mythic motif of the “Hero’s Journey” as it appears in Literature, Film, Pop Culture, and in our own lives.

 

Course: FDN131 Media and Motion

Creators on Creating Frank Barron Editor ISBN-13: 978-0874778540

 

Course: HIS201 World Culture

Cultural Anthropology in a Globalizing World, Barbara Miller, Pearson, 2017 4th edition ISBN: 9780134518299, 0134518292

 

Course: PSY201 Psychology

Exploring Psychology 9th edition. By David.G. Myers ISBN-13: 9781464111723

 

Course: MTH101 General Math

Blitzer, Robert, Thinking Mathematically (6th Edition). (2015, Pearson).

 

Course: SOC210 Intro to Sociology

Urban Sociology Reader by Jan Lin and Christopher Mele. ISBN-13: 978-0415665315

 

Course: HIS302 Western Civilization

Perry, Marvin. Western Civilization, A Brief History. 10th ed. Boston: Wadsworth, Cengage Learning, 2012. Publication Date: January 1, 2012 |

ISBN-10: 1111837198 | ISBN-13: 978-1-111-83719-8 | Edition: 10

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