COMUNICAÇÃO

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A Faculdade de Comunicação prepara homens e mulheres com habilidades de liderança na área de comunicação de mídia. Com ênfase em qualidade, transparência e integridade, os alunos são desafiados a comunicar os princípios de Deus e as boas novas com culturas e comunidades. A Faculdade de Comunicação encoraja seus alunos a elevar continuamente o padrão da verdade, tanto em sua vida pessoal quanto profissional. Os graduandos exploram o trabalho de design, filmagem, ilustração, escrita, etc, para usar seus dons e servir em um ambiente de missões internacionais, e alcançar o inalcançável, afetar todas as esferas da sociedade e servir outros de forma ativa.

 

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This online course requires each student to be fully motivated to do their own self study. During the 6 weeks students will read three books: New Issues Facings Christians Today by John Stott, Matters of Life and Death by John Wyatt, God and Political Justice by Landa L. Cope. They will continue to learn about the 5 global issues that they started in the Advanced Principles of Communication Seminar (APC 301). They will be required to be reading the news and engaging in TED Talks that deal with these particular global issues. They will continue to learn how God addresses these issues in Scripture and they will be expected to write reports on the books they read and the TED talks they choose. The students will watch and discuss relevant films and teaching videos that will be chosen by their Directed Studies advisor. They will be expected to integrate what they have both read and watched into their final paper. The final paper is due at the end of the 6-weeks. The student is also expected to Skype with their advisor once a week and get feedback on their homework.


This online course is an extension of the 6 week Advanced Principles of Communiation Seminar and will give graduates within the College of Communication another option to the full 12-week APC school (by completing both the intensive and the practicum). Students must start the Advanced Principles of Communication Directed Studies within 6 months of completing their 6-week Intensive. Within that time frame each student will choose their own 6 weeks to complete the online course. [id] => 3494048 [coursename__c] => Advanced Principles of Communication Practicum [sfid] => a1S1i000007773wEAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 6 [coursecreditmin__c] => 1 [coursecreditmax__c] => 6 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Seminar [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 305 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4117660 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000GcRFeAAN [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWB9AAP [coursedescription__c] =>

The APC seminar is a 6-week intensive which encourages students to become multi-dimensional thinkers. The student learns to perceive, process and express a variety of viewpoints on contemporary, personal and social issues from a biblical perspective. This purpose is supported by investigating areas of interpersonal and public communication, group/ team dynamics, persuasion and/or argumentation and mass/cross-cultural communication as they relate to significant issues of the day. This challenging seminar requires the students to work at a mature level of self motivation, initiative, and emotional stability. This seminar will give graduates within the College of Communication another option to the full 12-week APC school (by completing both the intensive and the practicum). Students must start the APC directed studies component within 6 months of completing their 6-week Intensive. Within that time frame each student will choose their own 6 weeks to complete the online course. 

[id] => 3494046 [coursename__c] => Advanced Principles of Communication Seminar [sfid] => a1S1i000007773xEAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 6 [coursecreditmin__c] => 1 [coursecreditmax__c] => 6 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => ATS 314 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4117661 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1i0000000dnuAAA [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1i0000000dnvAAA [coursedescription__c] => During this practicum, students will apply principles and skills learned in ATS 313 through creating art festivals and other forums for artistic expression from a biblically-based perspective. [id] => 3494045 [coursename__c] => Advanced Production & Performance Practicum [sfid] => a1S1i000007773yEAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 8 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 267 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4117665 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1i0000030EyoAAE [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1i0000030EyeAAE [coursedescription__c] => AniMissions I is a 12-week school that is the first part of a 24-week training/production program to train students to use art digital animation techniques in the context of frontier missions. AniMissions I will introduce students to frontier missions, media strategy, animation design, storyboarding, 3D modeling in the Blender environment, and building and rigging characters. AniMissions I is a prerequisite for AniMissions II. 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AniMissions I is a prerequisite for AniMissions II. [id] => 3494042 [coursename__c] => AniMissions (Animation School) 2 [sfid] => a1S1i0000077741EAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => [coursecreditmin__c] => 1 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => DSP 211 & 212 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 375 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4117679 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000HQpbJAAT [coursedescription__c] => This school will provide an incubator-like environment in which budding authors, with a specific message, are equipped to fulfill the mandate God has given them to extend the Kingdom. During the school, the training and mentoring by recognized authors will enable the students to prepare their manuscript for publication. [id] => 3494027 [coursename__c] => Author's Training School [sfid] => a1S1i000007774GEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => [coursecreditmin__c] => 11 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Seminar [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 161 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4117719 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWAHAA5 [coursedescription__c] => Participants will learn the theory behind why cartoons are effective for various purposes. They will receive training in how to write, design, and draw comics to communicate the Gospel, and will study Manga techniques from a renowned Manga artist from Japan. [id] => 3493986 [coursename__c] => Comics and Cartooning [sfid] => a1S1i000007774uEAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 2 [coursecreditmin__c] => 1 [coursecreditmax__c] => 6 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => CMC 215 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 216 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4117726 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWAWAA5 [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWAXAA5 [coursedescription__c] =>

Students will research a social advocacy issue and actively engage that issue in an international context. While serving, students will apply their knowledge from the lecture phase by gathering the necessary information and media.

[id] => 3493980 [coursename__c] => Communication Field Assignment [sfid] => a1S1i0000077751EAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 8 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Seminar [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 165 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4117738 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1L00000MWaCSQA1 [coursedescription__c] => The focus of this seminar will be learning skills in developing, filming and editing movies designed to communicate cross-culturally. Students will come to understand the missionary heart of God to communicate truth to every culture, and will then be trained in the filmmaking skills necessary to create a cinematic story that is relevant and appropriate for its audience. The seminar will cover principles of cross-cultural communication and contextualization, and how to apply those principles to filming and editing short movies. An optional field assignment to apply these skills is offered shortly after the seminar is completed. [id] => 3493966 [coursename__c] => Contextual Filmmaking Seminar [sfid] => a1S1i000007775DEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => [coursecreditmin__c] => 1 [coursecreditmax__c] => 6 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Seminar [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 113 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4117745 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1i000001FbGVAA0 [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1i000001FbGQAA0 [coursedescription__c] => The Creative Writing Seminar will not only train the students in the skills of writing, but also will include an emphasis on how to combine those skills with faith in God, in a way that enables them in a missional way to touch the hearts of those who witness their arts in action. The seminar includes practical, hands-on instruction and one-to-one discipling.
  [id] => 3493958 [coursename__c] => Creative Writing Seminar [sfid] => a1S1i000007775KEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => [coursecreditmin__c] => 1 [coursecreditmax__c] => 6 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Seminar [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 114 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4117746 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1i000001FbGVAA0 [coursedescription__c] => [id] => 3493947 [coursename__c] => Creative Writing Seminar Field Assignment [sfid] => a1S1i000007775LEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => [coursecreditmin__c] => 1 [coursecreditmax__c] => 6 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 184 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4117748 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000KPMY3AAP [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000KPMY2AAP [coursedescription__c] => The Field Assignment for the Cross-cultural Filmmaking Seminar gives opportunity to students to put into practice, going into further depth through experience, what is learned during the Cross-cultural Filmmakin Seminar. [id] => 3493956 [coursename__c] => Cross Cultural Filmmaking Seminar Field Assignment [sfid] => a1S1i000007775NEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => [coursecreditmin__c] => 1 [coursecreditmax__c] => 6 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => DSP 211 & 212 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 265 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4117749 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWAqAAP [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWApAAP [coursedescription__c] => Students will learn to use biblical truth and gospel stories to create indigenous art forms that communicate cross-culturally. Lectures and workshops by experienced cross-cultural artists, hands-on training, and ministry opportunities among the Asian art community all enhance the learning experience. This school focuses on the integration of visual art techniques with a cross-cultural focus, to produce and multiply evangelistic resources for unreached peoples. Topics include: Ethno-Arts, Introduction to Drawing, Advanced Drawing, Painting & Color Technique, Painting Mediums, and Advanced Painting & Mixed Media. [id] => 3493955 [coursename__c] => Cross Cultural Visual Communication [sfid] => a1S1i000007775OEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 11 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => CMC 265 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 266 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4117750 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWApAAP [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWAqAAP [coursedescription__c] => Lectures are followed by a cross-cultural field assignment to indigenous people groups where students will learn from local artists, produce art exhibitions, and produce indigenous art tools for sharing the gospel. Participants will use biblical truth and gospel stories to create indigenous art forms that indigenous peoples can understand, providing a practical application for artistic missionaries. [id] => 3493954 [coursename__c] => Cross Cultural Visual Communication Field Assignment [sfid] => a1S1i000007775PEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 8 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Seminar [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 117 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4117754 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWAEAA5 [coursedescription__c] => This seminar combines passion for evangelism, with new knowledge and skills for reaching the world. It brings together an awareness of the unfinished task in missions today with new ways of approaching cross-cultural evangelism using media, arts, and cutting-edge digital technologies. Methods and resources are drawn together from experienced evangelists around the world in order to equip students with the most effective means available today for communicating the gospel across cultures, languages and worldviews. [id] => 3493950 [coursename__c] => Culture Specific Evangelistic Media [sfid] => a1S1i000007775TEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 1 [coursecreditmin__c] => 1 [coursecreditmax__c] => 6 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Seminar [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 163 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4117760 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWAJAA5 [coursedescription__c] => In this seminar, students receive hands-on training in Adobe graphics applications to produce attention-getting digital images and illustrations which communicate dynamically. [id] => 3493945 [coursename__c] => Digital Graphics [sfid] => a1S1i000007775ZEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 2 [coursecreditmin__c] => 1 [coursecreditmax__c] => 6 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => DSP 211 & 212 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 273 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4117767 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWAuAAP [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWAtAAP [coursedescription__c] => This schools aims to train and equip new talent to be relevant storytellers using visual media to document facts, real life stories and events with honesty and integrity. Topics include: history of documentary filmmaking; worldview and content development; scriptwriting and research; advanced editing with Final Cut Pro; directing and interviewing; marketing; filmmaking and intercession. The course culminates with a group project and final screening. [id] => 3493937 [coursename__c] => Documentary Filmmaking School [sfid] => a1S1i000007775gEAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 11 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => CMC 273 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 274 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4117768 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWAtAAP [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWAuAAP [coursedescription__c] => During the practicum, students who successfully completed CMC 273 will have opportunity to create a documentary and at least begin developing a marketing strategy, applying principles and practices of intercession, research, proposal development, interviewing and script-writing leading up to the full documentary production. [id] => 3493936 [coursename__c] => Documentary Filmmaking School Practicum [sfid] => a1S1i000007775hEAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 8 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Seminar [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 173 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4117769 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1L00000MWaCNQA1 [coursedescription__c] => This seminar introduces participants to the heart behind godly documentary films and their potential uses in community outreach and missions. Students will learn the skills needed in research, camerawork, interviewing and editing in order to put together meaningful, and potentially transformational documentaries. The seminar will also look at principles of intercession, and listening prayer to find and tell stories appropriate in each situation. Being offering at the YWAM campus in Perth, this seminar provides participants with access to a variety of individuals, ministries and communities that could become a focus for documentary films; as well, it's a venue for sharing these films. However, the skills are designed to be transferrable into any situation, including in the developing world and amongst the unreached. [id] => 3493935 [coursename__c] => Documentary Filmmaking Seminar [sfid] => a1S1i000007775iEAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 4 [coursecreditmin__c] => 1 [coursecreditmax__c] => 6 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => DSP 211 & 212 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 396 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4117796 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWBQAA5 [coursedescription__c] => Credit may be granted, upon application to the College/Faculty Dean, for demonstrated past accomplishments on the mission field with YWAM or another mission. In the mission experience submitted for evaluation, there must have been significant activity and creativity in establishing, developing, or administering a Christian missions thrust, including supervision of co-workers. It can only be used once for a maximum of 12 credits for any student. Credit will be posted on the transcript only at the time of completion of a U of N degree. [id] => 3494110 [coursename__c] => Experience in Missions Leadership [sfid] => a1S1i0000077769EAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 1 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Seminar [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 183 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4117809 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1i000001FbGaAAK [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWADAA5 [coursedescription__c] => The Media Seminar will equip students to use multimedia tools such as photography, writing, design and motion graphics in a way that makes the good news of God relevant, practical and applicable to everyday life. [id] => 3494047 [coursename__c] => Filmmaking Media Seminar [sfid] => a1S1i000007776MEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 1 [coursecreditmin__c] => 1 [coursecreditmax__c] => 6 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Seminar [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 184 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4117810 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWADAA5 [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1i000001FbGaAAK [coursedescription__c] => The Field Assingment for the Filmmaking Media Seminar gives opportunity to students to put into practice, going into further depth through experience, what is learned during the Filmmaking Media Seminar. [id] => 3494096 [coursename__c] => Filmmaking Media Seminar Field Assignment [sfid] => a1S1i000007776NEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => [coursecreditmin__c] => 1 [coursecreditmax__c] => 6 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => CMC/ATS 251 or 353 and consent of instructor [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => ATS/CMC 252 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4117811 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWAhAAP [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Arts & Sports; College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWAiAAP [coursedescription__c] => The field assignment gives the students opportunities to use their art skills in a cross-cultural context. Students exercise their artistic abilities in a wide variety of settings ranging from sketching on location or teaching in orphanages and schools, to communicating with indigenous artists or university faculty. Through their artwork, students are able to share the appreciation for and delight with a creative, personal, loving God. [id] => 3494095 [coursename__c] => Fine Arts Foundations Field Assignment [sfid] => a1S1i000007776OEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 8 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR,a0JG000000YlSP0MAN [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => DSP 211 & 212 and entry art exam [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => ATS/CMC 251 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4117812 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWAiAAP [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Arts & Sports; College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWAhAAP [coursedescription__c] => This entry-level school is a highly disciplined programme that provides a biblical foundation in the arts, and develops skills in a variety of artistic mediums. Daily lectures are given by visiting artists and resident faculty. The course content includes art history, principles of design, techniques of drawing, introduction to life drawing, foundations of color theory, and introduction to painting. [id] => 3494094 [coursename__c] => Fine Arts Foundations I [sfid] => a1S1i000007776PEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 11 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR,a0JG000000YlSP0MAN [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => ATS/CMC 251 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => ATS/CMC 353 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4117813 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFW8LAAX [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Arts & Sports; College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWBHAA5 [coursedescription__c] => Skills in design, drawing, painting and sculpture are further developed for graduates of the Fine Arts Foundations I School. Students explore biblical foundations for art, along with an historical overview of the role of art in influencing society. The school culminates with an exhibition of student artwork. [id] => 3494083 [coursename__c] => Fine Arts Foundations II [sfid] => a1S1i000007776QEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 11 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR,a0JG000000YlSP0MAN [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => ATS/CMC 252 or consent of school leader [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => ATS/CMC 354 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4117814 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWBHAA5 [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Arts & Sports; College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFW8LAAX [coursedescription__c] => This internship/practicum provides individual study, personal development of skills, and opportunities for sharing one's faith and ministering to others through the arts. The students refine skills learned during the previous quarters and continue their spiritual disciplines, while creating and marketing their artwork on location. [id] => 3494082 [coursename__c] => Fine Arts Foundations Practicum [sfid] => a1S1i000007776REAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 8 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR,a0JG000000YlSP0MAN [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Seminar [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 187 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4117829 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FfZRQAA3 [coursedescription__c] =>

This seminar is a six-week practical course designed to give a participant a taste of what it is like to be a production assistant on a cross-cultural film crew producing an actual dramatic evangelism film for an unreached people group. The School of Frontier FilmMaking will provide training alongside field-based staff on practical audio-visual projects among unreached people groups to provide media resources for frontier missions.

[id] => 3494057 [coursename__c] => Frontier Filmmaking Seminar [sfid] => a1S1i000007776gEAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 6 [coursecreditmin__c] => 6 [coursecreditmax__c] => 6 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Core Course [courseprerequisites__c] => DSP 211 & 212 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 215 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4117856 [corecoursetype__c] => Communication [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWAXAA5 [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWAWAA5 [coursedescription__c] => The courses offered under this general category of Introduction to Communication all share the same thrust of preparing the student for a variety of communication purposes and contexts with foundations in topics such as God as Communicator, Inter-personal and Cross-cultural Communication, and Principles of Communications. Some will have a greater technological skill emphasis (learning how to use a variety of communication software programmes), some will emphasize writing, research and public speaking skills, and some have specific focus in terms of target audience for communication projects. This course meets the U of N Core Curriculum requirements for Communication and is offered under the following names: School of Communication (SOC), Introduction to Communication and Design (iCD) and School of Communication and Advocacy (SCA). [id] => 3494256 [coursename__c] => Introduction to Communication [sfid] => a1S1i0000077777EAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 11 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Core Course [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 287 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4117857 [corecoursetype__c] => Communication [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1i000001FgyZAAS [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1i000001FgyUAAS [coursedescription__c] => The audiovisual word can be thought of as a Church where the arts come together, where sounds and image are combined in order to communicate. The curriculum includes script, direction, production, editing and acting among many others. The purpose of this school is not only to show how to use different techniques to create audiovisual products, but also how to apply these tools in sharing the gospel. They can be used to communicate the values of the Kingdom of God in our society and specifically in places with little or no knowledge of Christ. Topics include: dramatic filmmaking, scriptwriting, documentary filmmaking, photography, editing, production, digital cinema, biblical worldview in arts and cross-cultural communication. This course meets the U of N Core Curriculum requirement for Communication. Course Context: During the 12 weeks lecture phase, students experience and apply what they are learning in a practical way leading them to make a movie in the city, which is concluded in the end of the lecture phase. Besides that, there is also an opportunity to join a outreach phase producting a movie in an area less evangelized or in cinematographic productions with a local film-maker. We also offer a three months intership. [id] => 3494255 [coursename__c] => Introduction to Communication & Cross-Cultural Media [sfid] => a1S1i0000077778EAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 1 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [{"pt": {"name": "Escola de Audiovisual em Miss\u00F5es", "description": "

A palavra audiovisual pode ser pensada como uma Igreja onde as artes se unem, onde os sons e a imagem se combinam para se comunicar. O curr\u00EDculo inclui roteiro, dire\u00E7\u00E3o, produ\u00E7\u00E3o, edi\u00E7\u00E3o e atua\u00E7\u00E3o, entre muitos outros. O objetivo desta escola n\u00E3o \u00E9 apenas mostrar como usar diferentes t\u00E9cnicas para criar produtos audiovisuais, mas tamb\u00E9m como aplicar essas ferramentas na divulga\u00E7\u00E3o do evangelho. Eles podem ser usados \u200B\u200Bpara comunicar os valores do Reino de Deus em nossa sociedade e especificamente em lugares com pouco ou nenhum conhecimento de Cristo. Os t\u00F3picos incluem: cinema dram\u00E1tico, roteiro, cinema document\u00E1rio, fotografia, edi\u00E7\u00E3o, produ\u00E7\u00E3o, cinema digital, vis\u00E3o de mundo b\u00EDblica nas artes e comunica\u00E7\u00E3o intercultural. Este curso atende ao requisito do Curr\u00EDculo Fundamental de Comunica\u00E7\u00E3o da UofN . Contexto do curso: Durante a fase te\u00F3rica de 12 semanas, os alunos vivenciam e aplicam o que est\u00E3o aprendendo de forma pr\u00E1tica levando-os a fazer um filme na cidade, que \u00E9 conclu\u00EDdo no final da fase te\u00F3rica. Al\u00E9m disso, h\u00E1 tamb\u00E9m a oportunidade de ingressar em uma fase pr\u00E1tica produzindo um filme em uma \u00E1rea menos evangelizada ou em produ\u00E7\u00F5es cinematogr\u00E1ficas com um cineasta local.

"}},] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => DSP 211 & 212 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 285 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4117862 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWB3AAP [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWB2AAP [coursedescription__c] => This course will equip students with the necessary skills to provide an Introduction to Filmmaking. Students will be encouraged to develop a heart of excellence with a desire for effecting change as the creative foundation of the art form. Storytelling is at the heart of the training, and students will produce and direct short films targeted at a mainstream audience and thus gain a foundation in the technical aspects of filmmaking and character development. [id] => 3494238 [coursename__c] => Introduction to Filmmaking [sfid] => a1S1i000007777DEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 11 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => CMC 285 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 286 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4117863 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWB2AAP [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWB3AAP [coursedescription__c] => During this practicum students will be able to put into practice their skills in film making while part of a film production [id] => 3494237 [coursename__c] => Introduction to Filmmaking Practicum [sfid] => a1S1i000007777EEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 8 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => DSP 211 & 212 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 271 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4117884 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWAsAAP [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWArAAP [coursedescription__c] => These schools equip students to develop media campaigns serving as catalysts for pioneering works around the world with the aim to facilitate lasting change in society through prayer, advocacy, education, and action. A primary desired outcome is increased engagement in prayer and action on behalf of abused women and children worldwide. The Photo Advocacy School and the Video Advocacy School focus on using different media towards the same goals. Upon completion of CMC271, an opportunity for practical application of skills learned continues throughout the CMC272 Media Advocacy Field Assignment. [id] => 3494204 [coursename__c] => Media Advocacy [sfid] => a1S1i000007777ZEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 11 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => CMC 271 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 272 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4117885 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWArAAP [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWAsAAP [coursedescription__c] => These schools equip students to develop media campaigns serving as catalysts for pioneering works around the world with the aim to facilitate lasting change in society through prayer, advocacy, education, and action. A primary desired outcome is increased engagement in prayer and action on behalf of abused women and children worldwide. The Photo Advocacy School and the Video Advocacy School focus on using different media towards the same goals. Upon completion of CMC271, an opportunity for practical application of skills learned continues throughout the CMC272 Media Advocacy Field Assignment. [id] => 3494203 [coursename__c] => Media Advocacy Field Assignment [sfid] => a1S1i000007777aEAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 8 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Seminar [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 115 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4117886 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1i000001FbGkAAK [coursedescription__c] => The five-week Transcultural Media Seminar (TMS) is designed to equip those who desire to creatively use various media to communicate with and minister to less reached people groups, particularly the tribes of Brazil. The seminar team and the students will use the technology as a teaching tool for a new culture, presenting stories through film that reveal the Creator and the values of the Word of God as applicable to them in their daily lives, including areas such as health, human resources and other basic needs for the development of community.  [id] => 3494202 [coursename__c] => Media Seminar [sfid] => a1S1i000007777bEAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => [coursecreditmin__c] => 1 [coursecreditmax__c] => 6 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 199 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4117901 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWASAA5 [coursedescription__c] => Students may apply to receive credit for YWAM conferences or workshops that have been registered with the U of N. This credit is for highly interactive week-long events that include discussions around missions-oriented lectures, led by U of N and YWAM leaders. Participants will examine current worldwide missions goals and may be involved in planning for future training and ministries. This course may be repeated for a combined maximum of eight credits. [id] => 3494185 [coursename__c] => Missions Strategies [sfid] => a1S1i000007777qEAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 8 [coursecreditmin__c] => 1 [coursecreditmax__c] => 8 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => completion of required prior PhotogenX focused courses [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 374 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4117943 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWBIAA5 [coursedescription__c] => This Practicum is to enable the student to understand more fully the purpose of PhotogenX through practical application experiences. The main activity will be to prepare a distribution tour in one of the continents of the world, learning how to advocate for a specific issue of justice and see people mobilized. This is the best preparation for the PhotogenX ministry. [id] => 3494146 [coursename__c] => PhotogenX Practicum [sfid] => a1S1i000007778WEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 8 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Seminar [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 141 [phase__c] => [name] => CT-4117944 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000KyU1oAAF [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1i000001FbGLAA0 [coursedescription__c] => The Photography Seminar is a six-week program that trains participants in various facets of photography with the goal of using those skills to serve people throughout the world. This time includes practical, hands-on instruction and one-to-one discipling. A typical day in the Photography Seminar could include a morning devotional, photography practice, work duties, family time, spiritual teaching, and working on performance for outreach. Students will learn about prophetic art, art as evangelism, spiritual warfare, using artistic gifts for God, and other topics. This course is not limited to those who have graduated from a DTS. Topics include: basics of photography, portrait photography, macro photography, basics of editing and Photoshop, event photography, artistic photography, basic graphic design, street photography, use of social media and photography, and how to create work to exhibit either in a public space or in an exhibition. [id] => 3494145 [coursename__c] => Photography Media Seminar [sfid] => a1S1i000007778XEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => [coursecreditmin__c] => 1 [coursecreditmax__c] => 6 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Seminar [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 142 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4117945 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1i000001FbGLAA0 [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000KyU1oAAF [coursedescription__c] => During the Field Assignment, those who completed the Photography Media Seminar have opportunity to put media knowledge and skills into practice in a variety of contexts. Details for this pracitcal application phase will be given during the Photography Media Seminar. [id] => 3494144 [coursename__c] => Photography Media Seminar Field Assignment [sfid] => a1S1i000007778YEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 1 [coursecreditmin__c] => 1 [coursecreditmax__c] => 6 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Seminar [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 118 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4117942 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1L00000MWaCXQA1 [coursedescription__c] => Through this seminar participants will develop the skills to capture the beauty, dignity, truth and hope that God sees in people and circumstances, through photography and written stories. Students will learn to take meaningful and effective photographs, and to be led by God in developing personal connections with the people and communities around them, as they learn their stories and use their skills and creativity to capture them. They will also learn to present these photos and stories in an exhibition format, which can be used to stir intercession, raise finances, bring awareness of situations, and call people to response. This seminar is conducted in YWAM Perth. This provides participants with access to various communities and neighbourhoods that could become a focus for photography exhibitions, as well as venues for presenting such exhibitions. However, the skills are designed to be transferable to a variety of contexts. [id] => 3494147 [coursename__c] => Photo Storytelling Seminar [sfid] => a1S1i000007778VEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 4 [coursecreditmin__c] => 1 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => DSP 211 & 212 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => ATS/CMC 231 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4117978 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWAcAAP [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Arts & Sports; College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWAbAAP [coursedescription__c] => Students are introduced to the craft of screen acting from a biblical perspective, studying techniques from Stanislavsky's System and Strasberg's Method to Meisner's Approach. This school runs alongside the School of Digital Filmmaking, allowing students to practice their newly acquired skills in short films. The school provides a wide understanding of the film and television industry, including the personal struggles and challenges encountered in that context. [id] => 3494309 [coursename__c] => School of Acting for the Screen [sfid] => a1S1i0000077795EAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 11 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR,a0JG000000YlSP0MAN [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => CMC 231 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => ATS/CMC 232 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4117979 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWAbAAP [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Arts & Sports; College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWAcAAP [coursedescription__c] => During the internship, students gain practical experience in a professional environment while also continuing with development through physical and acting exercises. [id] => 3494301 [coursename__c] => School of Acting for the Screen Practicum [sfid] => a1S1i0000077796EAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 8 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR,a0JG000000YlSP0MAN [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => DSP 211 & 212 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 261 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4117993 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWAmAAP [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWAlAAP [coursedescription__c] => This course trains students to use cartoons and animation to communicate the message of hope among the world's least reached people groups. They will learn how to develop comic strips, anime style art, and Adobe Flash animation, as well as basic concepts of communication through art and media. A strong emphasis will be placed on creating cross-cultural comics and animated media for places and people groups with minimal Christian presence. [id] => 3494294 [coursename__c] => School of Cartooning & Animation [sfid] => a1S1i000007779KEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 11 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => CMC 261 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 262 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4117994 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWAlAAP [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWAmAAP [coursedescription__c] => The field assignment for the School of Cartooning and Animation for Missions will include a four-week outreach where students will research and sketch for a cartoon/animation project. This will be followed by eight weeks of production of materials for a particular unreached people group. [id] => 3494292 [coursename__c] => School of Cartooning & Animation Field Assignment [sfid] => a1S1i000007779LEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 8 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Core Course [courseprerequisites__c] => DSP 211 & 212 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 211 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4117997 [corecoursetype__c] => Communication [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWATAA5 [coursedescription__c] => This program lays essential foundations in biblical communication, while advancing the individual's skill and confidence in speaking, writing and listening. It aims to sharpen the student's ability to communicate clearly through cross-cultural and interpersonal dynamics, and equips students with principles of preparing and delivering a message to a variety of audiences. Through provoking instruction and discussion, practical assignments, and video evaluation, students discover their place and potential as effective influencers in the public forum. This course meets the U of N Core Curriculum requirement for Communication. [id] => 3494288 [coursename__c] => School of Communication Foundations [sfid] => a1S1i000007779OEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 11 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [{"pt": {"name": "Escola de Fundamentos de Comunica\u00E7\u00E3o", "description": "

Este programa de treinamento estabelece fundamentos essenciais sobre comunica\u00E7\u00E3o b\u00EDblica, enquanto

trabalhando na t\u00E9cnica individual e na confian\u00E7a em falar, escrever e ouvir. A escola procura afiar a habilidade do alunos de se comunicar de forma clara atrav\u00E9s de

din\u00E2micas transculturais e interpessoais, e equipe os alunos com os princ\u00EDpios para preparar e passar uma mensagem para diversos tipos de audi\u00EAncias. Atrav\u00E9s de instru\u00E7\u00F5es e discuss\u00F5es desafiadoras, trabalhos pr\u00E1ticos, e avalia\u00E7\u00F5es de v\u00EDdeos, os alunos descobrem o seu

lugar e seu potencial como influenciadores em potencial da opini\u00E3o p\u00FAblica. Esse curso preenche o requisito de Comunica\u00E7\u00E3o do Curr\u00EDculo Fundamental da UofN

"}},] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => DSP 211 & 212 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 225 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4118005 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000Krh4hAAB [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWAaAAP [coursedescription__c] => This entry-level course focuses on understanding the history and working principles of design. Key topics are: elements of godly communication; advertising and design; layout, color, form and function; designing for print and screen; media strategies for a wide range of media applications. Students also gain understanding on how the design industry works, how they may best function within it, and how their design skills may also be used in a variety of contexts. [id] => 3494272 [coursename__c] => School of Design [sfid] => a1S1i000007779WEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 11 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [{"pt": {"name": "Escola de Design", "description": "

Uma escola introdut\u00F3ria aos princ\u00EDpios de trabalho do design. Os t\u00F3picos-chave s\u00E3o: elementos de comunica\u00E7\u00E3o com integridade, publicidade e design, layout, cor, forma e fun\u00E7\u00E3o, desenvolvendo design para impress\u00E3o e para tela; estrat\u00E9gias de m\u00EDdia para diversas aplica\u00E7\u00F5es. O aluno tamb\u00E9m ser\u00E1 lecionado sobre como a ind\u00FAstria de design funciona e como eles podem atuar da melhor forma dentro dela, e como suas habilidades de design podem ser utilizadas em diversos contextos.

"}},] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 226 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4118006 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWAaAAP [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000Krh4hAAB [coursedescription__c] => This internship will assist each student in recognising and creating good design, and provides an opportunity for immediate application of CMC 225 School of Design. The students will be exposed to the design industry and at the same time see how their design skills can be used in a full-time missions context. Doing this internship at Create International also allows the student to be able to contextualise the gospel for other cultures in sharing the message of God in a relevant way. [id] => 3494271 [coursename__c] => School of Design Internship [sfid] => a1S1i000007779XEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 11 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => CMC 225 or consent of instructor [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 328 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4118007 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWBEAA5 [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWBDAA5 [coursedescription__c] => This school trains students in numerous software programs relating to the following major categories of digital communication: print (digital photo editing and graphic art and illustration), 3-D graphics, motion and video graphics, digital video and web design. Students work individually or with a team on a multi-media project as an integrating final assignment. By the end of the course, the student has a basic working knowledge of the main programs used today in this aspect of the communication industry, as well as a better knowledge of design. Emphases vary according to location where the course is offered. [id] => 3494270 [coursename__c] => School of Digital Communication [sfid] => a1S1i000007779YEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 11 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => CMC 328 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 329 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4118008 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWBDAA5 [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWBEAA5 [coursedescription__c] => Students are offered the opportunity to gain more experience in techniques and programs studied in CMC 328 by working directly with professionals. The location of the internship is discussed with the College/Faculty staff for maximum compatibility with each student's career or ministry goals. [id] => 3494269 [coursename__c] => School of Digital Communication Internship [sfid] => a1S1i000007779ZEAQ [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 8 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => DSP 211 & 212 and prior study assignments [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 385 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4118009 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWBNAA5 [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWBMAA5 [coursedescription__c] =>

The school equips students spiritually and professionally to effectively create films that will exemplify Christian values. Students gain a Christian perspective of the film industry in the digital age. After this three-month school students will be able to direct and produce short fictional stories and have an overall understanding of the creation, production and distribution process of films in the independent and mainstream markets. Topics taught include: directing, producing, screenwriting, digital and film camera operation, lighting for film & video, digital, sound, video editing, working with actors, and other technical aspects of filmmaking. The development of the character of the future filmmaker as well as skills training is an integral part of the course.

[id] => 3494268 [coursename__c] => School of Digital Filmmaking [sfid] => a1S1i000007779aEAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 11 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [{"pt": {"name": "Escola de Produ\u00E7\u00E3o Digital", "description": "

A escola \u00E9 dedicada a equipar os alunos espiritualmente e profissionalmente para que estes possam criar filmes que ir\u00E3o exemplificar os valores crist\u00E3os. Os alunos ganham uma perspectiva crist\u00E3 da industria de filmes na

era digital. Ap\u00F3s esta escola de tr\u00EAs meses, os alunos estar\u00E3o aptos a dirigir e produzir pequenas hist\u00F3rias

fict\u00EDcias e tamb\u00E9m ter\u00E3o uma compreens\u00E3o geral da cria\u00E7\u00E3o, produ\u00E7\u00E3o e distribui\u00E7\u00E3o de filmes nos mercados independente e principal. Entre os t\u00F3picos abordados, temos: dire\u00E7\u00E3o, produ\u00E7\u00E3o, elabora\u00E7\u00E3o de roteiros, opera\u00E7\u00E3o de c\u00E2meras digitais e anal\u00F3gicas, ilumina\u00E7\u00E3o para

filmes e v\u00EDdeos, som digital, edi\u00E7\u00E3o digital, trabalhando com

atores e outros aspectos t\u00E9cnicos da produ\u00E7\u00E3o de filmes. O desenvolvimento do car\u00E1ter do futuro produtor de filmes bem como treinamento de t\u00E9cnicas \u00E9 uma parte integrante do curso.

"}},] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => CMC 385 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 386 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4118010 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWBMAA5 [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWBNAA5 [coursedescription__c] =>

Internship opportunities are available in film production companies and film sets in Hollywood and around the world. Those with outstanding qualifications will be linked with a network of partners in the film industry who will help students develop their personal vision.

[id] => 3494267 [coursename__c] => School of Digital Filmmaking Internship [sfid] => a1S1i000007779bEAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 8 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [{"pt": {"name": "Escola de Produ\u00E7\u00E3o Digital - Est\u00E1gio", "description": "

H\u00E1 oportunidades de est\u00E1gios em empresas de produ\u00E7\u00E3o de filmes, sets de filmagem em Hollywood e ao redor do mundo. Aqueles com as melhores qualifica\u00E7\u00F5es ser\u00E3o ligados a uma rede de parceiros na ind\u00FAstria de filmes que ir\u00E1 ajudar os alunos a desenvolverem suas vis\u00F5es pessoais.

"}},] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Core Course [courseprerequisites__c] => DSP 211 & 212 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC/CHR 287 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4118019 [corecoursetype__c] => Communication [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFW9zAAH [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication:College of Christian Ministries [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWB4AAP [coursedescription__c] => Students in this course learn how to communicate the Gospel in culturally relevant ways while learning skills in audio and visual communication which can be directly applied to frontier missions work. Lectures, workshops and field experiences are conducted by cross-cultural communication specialists and media professionals currently working in their field of expertise. Topics include: visual symbolism in cross-cultural contexts, foreign language translation, field photography, videography and audio recording, audio-visual scriptwriting, computer generated graphics and animation, research and culture learning skills, and the use of indigenous forms of media. This course meets the U of N Core Curriculum requirement for Communication. [id] => 3494246 [coursename__c] => School of Frontier Media [sfid] => a1S1i000007779kEAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 11 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => CMC/CHR 287 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC/CHR 288 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4118020 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWB4AAP [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication;Collee of Christian Ministries [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFW9zAAH [coursedescription__c] => Students apply the knowledge and skills learned in the SFM lecture phase to a field project within a specific unreached people group. They pass on these skills through participating in communication seminars, and by working closely with nationals during the on-field experience. After the field assignment, students return to the Frontier Media school location to prepare presentations, and to experience all aspects of post-production. They participate in producing both a mobilization piece and an evangelistic presentation for the target people group. Students will then be assisted in finding avenues of opportunity in the field of audio-visual production for frontier mission. [id] => 3494245 [coursename__c] => School of Frontier Media Field Assignment [sfid] => a1S1i000007779lEAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 8 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => DSP 211 & 212 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => ATS/CMC 255 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4118022 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000J6N59AAF [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Arts & Sports; College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWAjAAP [coursedescription__c] => In this course students are trained by professional illustrators and staff in the commercial art fields such as: children's book illustration, animation, editorial computer design, magazine covers, packaging, medical illustration, movie posters and product illustration. Some topics covered are: drawing, composition, conceptual illustration, biblical foundations of the arts, color theory, portfolio development, perspective, painting techniques and freelance business. The school assists students in developing a marketable and professional artistic skill. Besides the pre-requisite listed below, a portfolio review of five examples of the student's artwork is required.



  [id] => 3494242 [coursename__c] => School of Illustration [sfid] => a1S1i000007779nEAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 11 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR,a0JG000000YlSP0MAN [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => ATS/CMC 255 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => ATS/CMC 256 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4118023 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWAjAAP [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Arts & Sports; College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000J6N59AAF [coursedescription__c] => The practicum will provide a working experience tailored to the student's area of interest. They will learn multiple media techniques as well as the business and ministry aspects of multiple fields of illustration. Students will be able to create Illustrations from basics of drawings to concept to presentation of Artwork, working with clients. [id] => 3494241 [coursename__c] => School of Illustration Practicum I [sfid] => a1S1i000007779oEAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => [coursecreditmin__c] => 8 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000YlSP0MAN,a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => ATS/CMC 256 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => ATS/CMC 257 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4118024 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000J6N59AAF [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Arts & Sports; College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000GpPfDAAV [coursedescription__c] => The Practicum II builds on the work from the Practicum I. See ATS/CMC 256 Practicum I for details. [id] => 3494240 [coursename__c] => School of Illustration Practicum II [sfid] => a1S1i000007779pEAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => [coursecreditmin__c] => 8 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR,a0JG000000YlSP0MAN [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => DSP 211 & 212 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 275 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4118031 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWAwAAP [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWAvAAP [coursedescription__c] => The School of Journalism would be a platform to train and equip writers to be able to find, form, present, and publish the stories of how God is transforming the world through individuals and nations. It would teach journalists how to find stories that would inspire and inform an audience; train writers how to structure a well-written, clear, honest, and engaging piece; educate journalists on how to have their story reach larger audiences and interact with multi-media platforms; and familiarize writers with the process of how to publish their work in the broader literary community. Within this school students would develop an ability to write quality pieces while also encouraging writers to use their gift for the glory of God. The intention is to train, equip, and mobilize journalists who communicate with skill, integrity, creativity, and ingenuity, so as to inform and inspire others with what God is doing in the world. [id] => 3494225 [coursename__c] => School of Journalism [sfid] => a1S1i000007779wEAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 11 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => CMC 275 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 276 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4118032 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWAvAAP [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWAwAAP [coursedescription__c] => Students receive on-the-job training working with a newspaper, magazine, radio or television station or network. [id] => 3494224 [coursename__c] => School of Journalism Internship [sfid] => a1S1i000007779xEAA [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 12 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => CMC 241 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 343 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4118049 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1i000001FY7cAAG [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1i000001FY7bAAG [coursedescription__c] => Upon completion of the SOP I, students may take the SOP II, which has an emphasis on serving other ministries with photography. The first three weeks will be in Kona with guest teachers, followed by a four-week field trip overseas. Typically the field assignment has involved working withYWAM's Megacities Project (based out of Perth, Australia), in megacities such as Cairo, London, Kolkata, Rio, etc. The final 5 weeks of the SOP II are back in Kona. Each student creates and publishes his or her own book. The school ends with a group photo exhibition. [id] => 3494417 [coursename__c] => School of Photography 2 [sfid] => a1S1i00000777AEEAY [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 8 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => CMC 241 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 344 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4118050 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1i000001FY7bAAG [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1i000001FY7cAAG [coursedescription__c] => After completing the School of Photography II, students gain practical experience through three months of on-the-job training, supervised by a professional photographer, in either a mission or business environment. [id] => 3494418 [coursename__c] => School of Photography 2 Internship [sfid] => a1S1i00000777AFEAY [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => [coursecreditmin__c] => 8 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => DSP 211 & 212 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 241 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4118051 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWAgAAP [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWAfAAP [coursedescription__c] => The goal of this course is to inspire and train Christians to use photography as a communications tool to serve others. The course teaches photography from a biblical and technical perspective, and students learn appropriate ways of relating to those they photograph or work with. Lectures taught by Christian professional photographers and school staff, combined with photo assignments on the campus and in the community provide a balance of learning approaches. Ample opportunities for shooting, using digital single-lens reflex cameras (D-SLRs) are given, in both color and black & white. [id] => 3494419 [coursename__c] => School of Photography I [sfid] => a1S1i00000777AGEAY [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 11 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => CMC 241 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 242 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4118052 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWAfAAP [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWAgAAP [coursedescription__c] => After completing the School of Photography (CMC 241) students gain practical experience through three months of on-the-job training, supervised by a professional photographer, in either a mission or business setting. [id] => 3494420 [coursename__c] => School of Photography I Internship [sfid] => a1S1i00000777AHEAY [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 8 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => DSP 211 & 212 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 277 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4118061 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWAyAAP [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWAxAAP [coursedescription__c] => This course aims to equip the believer to record images that communicate God's message to the world. It has a strong emphasis on developing latent God-given talents through creativity exercises and exposure to works by Christian photographers. The curriculum also lays a solid foundation of communication skills so that on completion of this course the student will not only be technically competent as a photographer but will also be a skilled communicator who shares his or her faith with a broken world. [id] => 3494391 [coursename__c] => School of Storytelling & Digital Photography [sfid] => a1S1i00000777AQEAY [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 11 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => CMC 277 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 278 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4118062 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWAxAAP [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWAyAAP [coursedescription__c] => During the internship students will be able to put into practice the skills and techniques learned during the School of Storytelling and Digital Photography. [id] => 3494390 [coursename__c] => School of Storytelling & Digital Photography Internship [sfid] => a1S1i00000777AREAY [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 8 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => At least one U of N CMC course with its field assignment or internship [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 319 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4118063 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWBAAA5 [coursedescription__c] => This school brings biblically-based communication management principles and methodology to students who are practitioners in the communications field. Students develop a strategy of marketing and research from a Christian perspective. The study and application of proven research and marketing techniques enables the students to apply a broad range of communication disciplines effectively. They will be equipped to accomplish their communication goals with success, and become redemptive agents of change within their area of influence. It not only addresses the market place, but also shows the strength of this redeemed discipline to help strategic planning for evangelism, planting responsive churches, and assisting in the growth of established congregations and ministries. [id] => 3494389 [coursename__c] => School of Strategic Communication [sfid] => a1S1i00000777ASEAY [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 11 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 392 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4118064 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000IA7PWAA1 [coursedescription__c] => The School of Strategic Communication consists of eight lecture weeks with morning and afternoon sessions taught by visiting experts in marketing, research, creative communication, and identity, and four weeks of practical projects. The students work both individually and in groups to create comprehensive communication campaigns that will influence their selected audience and enact positive response. Topics Include: The prophetic role of communicators in society, Identity, Innovation, methods of research, The marketing mix, project management, and branding. After the school, students that have excelled are qualified for a 12-week internship at an organisation that will give them a real opportunity to put into practice the knowledge and skills they acquired during the school in the market place. The goal of The School of Strategic Communication internship is to give students an opportunity to practice how to be change agents who move their target audience to a new understanding and course of action in a specific area. [id] => 3494387 [coursename__c] => School Of Strategic Communication Internship [sfid] => a1S1i00000777ATEAY [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => [coursecreditmin__c] => 8 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => DSP 211 & 212 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 281 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4118076 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWB0AAP [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWAzAAP [coursedescription__c] => The School of Video Production provides thorough training in topics such as camera, sound, lighting, picture composition, video editing, script writing, etc. Students write, shoot, and edit their own projects. Through practical assignments, the students receive an overall view of the world of television, film, and professional video production. Experienced professionals lecture and supervise hands-on exercises. Emphasis is placed on excellence, relevance, and effective communication, but also on integrity, and the challenges these media may present. [id] => 3494375 [coursename__c] => School of Video Production [sfid] => a1S1i00000777AfEAI [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 11 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => CMC 281 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 282 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4118077 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWAzAAP [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWB0AAP [coursedescription__c] => Following successful completion of the School of Video Production, students may apply to take an internship, affording opportunity to gain experience in a working environment while receiving supervision. Students choose locations according to their ministry emphasis or area of interest. Multiple options worldwide are available, including working at television stations or post-production facilities, or gaining field experience in making mission-related documentaries. Professionals provide on-site technical supervision for the student. [id] => 3494374 [coursename__c] => School of Video Production Internship [sfid] => a1S1i00000777AgEAI [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 8 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 218 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4118078 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1L00000KR7G9QAL [coursedescription__c] => The School of Visual Storytelling aims to unlock the gift of storytelling within participants through exploring foundational principles of communication and design, going through the process of developing a story from the initial idea to the final draft, and learning skills in innovative, visual media (e.g. photography, film-making, graphic design, etc). The school creates space for God to examine our character and shape us into storytellers who draw our inspiration from Jesus himself. We will be equipped to influence cultures and impact nations through effective and relevant stories that are founded on truth, love, and compassion. [id] => 3494373 [coursename__c] => School of Visual Storytelling [sfid] => a1S1i00000777AhEAI [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 11 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => DSP 211 & 212 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 213 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4118081 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWAVAA5 [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWAUAA5 [coursedescription__c] => In this course students are exposed to and practice a variety of writing styles as recognized writers share expertise on narrative and thematic writing, fiction, feature articles, and editing. Daily writing assignments, discussion groups, and critique are woven throughout the program as the following topics are covered: becoming a professional writer, communicating to a defined target audience, writing a scene, using anecdotes and flashbacks, structuring an article or short story, interviewing effectively, and writing for free-lance markets. Although many of the communication principles taught are universal, this course emphasizes the conventions of writing in the English language. [id] => 3494370 [coursename__c] => School of Writing [sfid] => a1S1i00000777AkEAI [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 11 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 217 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4118082 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000H5gUxAAJ [coursedescription__c] => The School of Writing for the Screen introduces students to the principles of writing narrative fictional stories for the screen. The course focuses on screenwriting format, structure, craft and technique, with an emphasis on the fundamentals of storytelling. During this three-month intensive, students will learn to pitch story concepts, develop short scripts and treatments, work in a collaborative environment, and lastly complete a first draft of a feature-length script. Students will also gain a thorough understanding of the current film industry and standards expected of a professional writer. Finally, the course will prepare and familiarize students with the challenges and struggles Christian writers often encounter as they work to become active artists in the film industry. [id] => 3494369 [coursename__c] => School of Writing for the Screen [sfid] => a1S1i00000777AlEAI [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => [coursecreditmin__c] => 11 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => CMC 213 [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 214 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4118083 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWAUAA5 [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWAVAA5 [coursedescription__c] => Students may either select one writing format covered in CMC 213 (narrative, thematic, or fiction) and contract to complete the first draft of a book-length manuscript under the supervision of an editor, or they may serve as a writer for a magazine or other periodical under the supervision of a professional editor. [id] => 3494368 [coursename__c] => School of Writing Practicum [sfid] => a1S1i00000777AmEAI [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 8 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 511 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4118125 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1i0000000bpBAAQ [coursedescription__c] => This first module of the Master of Arts in Team-Based Communication focuses on a biblical perspective of communication, laying a foundation for modules 2-4. We will examine our understanding of communication, applied to team life in global missions. This module unpacks the communication DNA implicit in our values and rooted in the nature of Who God Is, relates that to the academic study of communication, and considers its application to our roles and tasks as communicators. In this introductory 16-week module we address five threads of learning. First of all, we consider God as Communicator, and what we can learn about communication from God as seen in the Trinity, the Incarnation, and Pentecost. Secondly, we consider the movement we are part of, and what our founding documents tell us about communication. Thirdly, we consider the academic field of communication in teams and in non-profit organizations. Fourthly, we reflect on our own communication experiences in light of the above perspectives. Finally, this module introduces the skills necessary to do the academic work of a graduate degree. [id] => 3494326 [coursename__c] => Team-Based Communication - Module One: The Trinity, Community, and Communication [sfid] => a1S1i00000777BSEAY [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => [coursecreditmin__c] => 1 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 513 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4118126 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1i0000000bpQAAQ [coursedescription__c] => This module considers intercultural dynamics of unity in diversity in a global movement. How do we better address issues of teamwork, decision-making, and community life, in a multicultural team or ministry environment? This module also moves the participants forward in their empirical research strategy toward the thesis or capstone. [id] => 3494325 [coursename__c] => Team-Based Communication - Module Three: Intercultural Communication [sfid] => a1S1i00000777BTEAY [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => [coursecreditmin__c] => 1 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 512 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4118127 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1i0000000bpLAAQ [coursedescription__c] => This module explores implications of technological development on team-based communication, specifically for us as a global missions movement committed to engaging the emerging generation. Where are current trends taking us? What posture is most appropriate in the face of these trends? Is technological advance better understood to be an ally or a threat? What strategic changes are we advised to make? This module also considers empirical communication research, addressing both quantitative and qualitative methodologies, and aims to get the candidates started on designing their empirical research strategy toward the thesis or capstone. [id] => 3494402 [coursename__c] => Team-Based Communication - Module Two: Technology in Community and Mission [sfid] => a1S1i00000777BUEAY [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => [coursecreditmin__c] => 1 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 391 [phase__c] => Lecture [name] => CT-4118137 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWBPAA5 [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWBOAA5 [coursedescription__c] => An opportunity for students to design an individualized programme of study with credits given towards an undergraduate degree. Activities may include, but are not limited to: reading, research, seminar attendance and presentations, reports, surveys and research papers. Credits will be based on the number of hours equivalent to a full instructional week. Students begin this course by submitting a study/research proposal to the Academic Advisor, or a research supervisor recommended by the Academic Advisor. [id] => 3494404 [coursename__c] => Undergraduate Directed Studies [sfid] => a1S1i00000777BeEAI [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 1 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] ) Array ( [coursetype__c] => FLW Course [courseprerequisites__c] => [calculatedcoursenumber__c] => CMC 392 [phase__c] => Outreach / FA [name] => CT-4118141 [corecoursetype__c] => [relatedlectureoutreach__c] => a0c1600000FFWBOAA5 [coursecollegefaculty__c] => College of Communication [coursetemplateid__c] => a0c1600000FFWBPAA5 [coursedescription__c] => With the advice and approval of the College/Faculty Academic Advisor a student may design an internship compatible with their undergraduate degree programme. [id] => 3494425 [coursename__c] => Undergraduate Directed Studies Internship [sfid] => a1S1i00000777BiEAI [active__c] => t [coursecredits__c] => 12 [coursecreditmin__c] => 1 [coursecreditmax__c] => 12 [credittype__c] => FLW [collegesandcentres__c] => a0JG000000Rq09CMAR [translations__c] => [] )
Course Credits Type Number
Advanced Documentary Film School 12 FLW Course CMC 377
Advanced Principles of Communication Practicum 6 FLW Seminar CMC 306
Advanced Principles of Communication Seminar 6 FLW Seminar CMC 305
Advanced Production & Performance Practicum 12 FLW Course ATS 314
AniMissions (Animation School) 1 FLW Course CMC 267
AniMissions (Animation School) 2 FLW Course CMC 268
Author's Training School FLW Course CMC 375
Comics and Cartooning 2 FLW Seminar CMC 161
Communication Field Assignment 12 FLW Course CMC 216
Contextual Filmmaking Seminar FLW Seminar CMC 165
Creative Writing Seminar FLW Seminar CMC 113
Creative Writing Seminar Field Assignment FLW Seminar CMC 114
Cross Cultural Filmmaking Seminar Field Assignment FLW Course CMC 184
Cross Cultural Visual Communication 12 FLW Course CMC 265
Cross Cultural Visual Communication Field Assignment 12 FLW Course CMC 266
Culture Specific Evangelistic Media 1 FLW Seminar CMC 117
Digital Graphics 2 FLW Seminar CMC 163
Documentary Filmmaking School 12 FLW Course CMC 273
Documentary Filmmaking School Practicum 12 FLW Course CMC 274
Documentary Filmmaking Seminar 4 FLW Seminar CMC 173
Experience in Missions Leadership 12 FLW Course CMC 396
Filmmaking Media Seminar 1 FLW Seminar CMC 183
Filmmaking Media Seminar Field Assignment FLW Seminar CMC 184
Fine Arts Foundations Field Assignment 12 FLW Course ATS/CMC 252
Fine Arts Foundations I 12 FLW Course ATS/CMC 251
Fine Arts Foundations II 12 FLW Course ATS/CMC 353
Fine Arts Foundations Practicum 12 FLW Course ATS/CMC 354
Frontier Filmmaking Seminar 6 FLW Seminar CMC 187
Introduction to Communication 12 FLW Core Course CMC 215
Escola de Audiovisual em Missões 12 FLW Core Course CMC 287
Introduction to Filmmaking 12 FLW Course CMC 285
Introduction to Filmmaking Practicum 12 FLW Course CMC 286
Media Advocacy 12 FLW Course CMC 271
Media Advocacy Field Assignment 12 FLW Course CMC 272
Media Seminar FLW Seminar CMC 115
Missions Strategies 8 FLW Course CMC 199
PhotogenX Practicum 12 FLW Course CMC 374
Photography Media Seminar FLW Seminar CMC 141
Photography Media Seminar Field Assignment 1 FLW Seminar CMC 142
Photo Storytelling Seminar 4 FLW Seminar CMC 118
School of Acting for the Screen 12 FLW Course ATS/CMC 231
School of Acting for the Screen Practicum 12 FLW Course ATS/CMC 232
School of Cartooning & Animation 12 FLW Course CMC 261
School of Cartooning & Animation Field Assignment 12 FLW Course CMC 262
Escola de Fundamentos de Comunicação 12 FLW Core Course CMC 211
Escola de Design 12 FLW Course CMC 225
School of Design Internship 12 FLW Course CMC 226
School of Digital Communication 12 FLW Course CMC 328
School of Digital Communication Internship 12 FLW Course CMC 329
Escola de Produção Digital 12 FLW Course CMC 385
Escola de Produção Digital - Estágio 12 FLW Course CMC 386
School of Frontier Media 12 FLW Core Course CMC/CHR 287
School of Frontier Media Field Assignment 12 FLW Course CMC/CHR 288
School of Illustration 12 FLW Course ATS/CMC 255
School of Illustration Practicum I FLW Course ATS/CMC 256
School of Illustration Practicum II FLW Course ATS/CMC 257
School of Journalism 12 FLW Course CMC 275
School of Journalism Internship 12 FLW Course CMC 276
School of Photography 2 12 FLW Course CMC 343
School of Photography 2 Internship FLW Course CMC 344
School of Photography I 12 FLW Course CMC 241
School of Photography I Internship 12 FLW Course CMC 242
School of Storytelling & Digital Photography 12 FLW Course CMC 277
School of Storytelling & Digital Photography Internship 12 FLW Course CMC 278
School of Strategic Communication 12 FLW Course CMC 319
School Of Strategic Communication Internship FLW Course CMC 392
School of Video Production 12 FLW Course CMC 281
School of Video Production Internship 12 FLW Course CMC 282
School of Visual Storytelling 12 FLW Course CMC 218
School of Writing 12 FLW Course CMC 213
School of Writing for the Screen FLW Course CMC 217
School of Writing Practicum 12 FLW Course CMC 214
Team-Based Communication - Module One: The Trinity, Community, and Communication FLW Course CMC 511
Team-Based Communication - Module Three: Intercultural Communication FLW Course CMC 513
Team-Based Communication - Module Two: Technology in Community and Mission FLW Course CMC 512
Undergraduate Directed Studies 12 FLW Course CMC 391
Undergraduate Directed Studies Internship 12 FLW Course CMC 392

The UofN uses two types of credits, FLW (full learning weeks) and LCU (learning component units).

FLW credits are used with traditional residential courses and one of these credits requires a minimum of 50 hours of documented learning activities; these include our normal lectures, small groups, one-on-ones, etc.; and some of these activities are nonformal, in addition to the classroom activities and study assignments.

LCU credits are used for part-time programs like evening courses, intensive seminars, distance learning and other non-residential courses. Each LCU credit requires 25 hours of focused learning activities which can be spread over a period of time.

Deão Internacional

Aleck Cartwright

Contact Details

32 Drumlin Grange
Moneyslane
Co. Down
BT31 9UT
Northern Ireland
United Kingdom

Website Email

International Committee

  • Anne Abok (Capetown, South Africa)
  • Jay Bringas (Davao, Philippines)
  • Adrian Coates (Capetown, South Africa)
  • Calvin Conkey (Chiang Mai, Thailand)
  • Carol Conkey (Chiang Mai, Thailand)
  • Paulo Fillion (Medellin, Colombia)
  • Jeff Rogers (Kailua-Kona, HI, USA)
  • Donna-Rae Cartwright (Belfast, Northern Ireland)
  • Jonathan de Jong (Harpenden, England)

Academic Advisor

Donna-Rae Cartwright - Email