Advanced Interdisciplinary Storytelling

This award is not eligible for Financial Aid

The Academic Certificate (AC) in Advanced Interdisciplinary Storytelling program emphasizes the presentation of interdisciplinary and multi-cultural stories through live performance or through multimedia. This Advanced Interdisciplinary Storytelling Certificate provides students the opportunity to develop deeper understanding of points of view and to advance their artistic skills to achieve their fine arts goals. Opportunities are provided to explore a variety of art forms and cultural perspectives to enhance creative content development. Students can choose to concentrate study within a specific culture and/or to refine artistic ability to create compelling original stories.

Details

Major Code: 
6218N
Award: 
Academic Certificate (AC)
Total credits required: 
15
Effective term: 
2016 Spring
Award notes

This program is not eligible for Title IV Federal Financial Aid.
Students have the option of selecting Performance or Digital Emphasis for this certificate.
Required courses and other course choices depend upon the emphasis the student selects.

Program prerequisites
Course #Course TitleCredits
Credits:19
AC/6217N is not eligible for Title IV Federal Financial Aid.
Academic Certificate (AC) in Interdisciplinary Storytelling (6217N)16
ENG102First-Year Composition OR Equivalent3
Required courses
Course #Course TitleCredits
Credits:15
STO293The Art of Storytelling II3
 
Track 1: Performance Emphasis: Credits:12
Student should select a total of 12 credits in consultation with a department/ division advisor:
 
ARH145History of American Indian Art3
ARH201Art of Asia3
ARH217Mexican Art History3
ART111Drawing I3
CCS212The Mexican American Novel3
ENG210Creative Writing3
ENG217Personal and Exploratory Writing3
ENH117Rap Literature: The Oral Tradition3
ENH259American Indian Literature3
HUM/WST209Women and Films3
MHL143Music in World Cultures3
MHL147Music of African American Cultures3
MUP225Class Guitar I2
EDU283AA/STO289AAUsing Storytelling in Educational Settings1
STO289ABUsing Storytelling in Business Settings1
STO289ACUsing Storytelling in Healing Settings1
THP112Acting I3
 
Track 2: Digital Emphasis: Credits:12
ENG217Personal and Exploratory Writing (3) OR
HUM107Humanities Through the Arts (3)3
 
Student should select a total of 6 credits in consultation with a department/division advisor:
ART112Two-dimensional Design3
ARH145History of American Indian Art3
ARH201Art of Asia3
ARH217Mexican Art History3
HUM/WST209Women and Films3
MHL143Music in World Culture3
MHL147Music of African American Cultures3
EDU283AA/STO289AAUsing Storytelling in Educational Settings1
STO289ABUsing Storytelling in Business Settings1
STO289ACUsing Storytelling in Healing Settings1
 
Student should select a total of 3 credits in consultation with a department/division advisor:
 
ART111Drawing I3
ENG210Creative Writing3
MHL156Music in Latin America and the Caribbean3
MHL140Survey of Music History3
MHL145American Jazz and Popular Music3
MHL155Survey of American Music3
MUP225Class Guitar I2
Competencies
  • Demonstrate understanding of design principles and visual composition (ART111, ART112)
  • Demonstrate conceptualization, visualization and production through digital media (ART111, ART112)
  • Research, select and create existing stories and create original stories to tell. (ENG210, ENG217)
  • Compare and contrast plot variations and demonstrate awareness of points of view. (ARH145, ARH201, ARH217, CCS212, ENH259, HUM107, HUM/WST209, MHL143, MHL147)
  • Identify elements of drama and forms of dramatic composition. (HUM107)
  • Demonstrate the effective use of voice, gesture and movement in live performance. (ENH117, MUP225, STO293, THP112)
  • Design storytelling performance for a specific audience, venue. (MHL140, MHL145, MHL155, MHL156, STO286, STO289AA, STO289AB, STO289AC, THP112)
  • Demonstrate effective use of performance space. (THP112)

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