DMA 200 Production Studio II • 5 Cr.
Provides instruction and practical experience with working on collaborative teams to produce digital products for real-world clients for students who have completed their core coursework. Small teams will work with community organizations and non-profit clients to create digital media solutions for their needs as well as materials for student personal portfolios. Prerequisites: DMA 105, DMA 106, DMA 107, DMA 108.
After completing this class, students should be able to:
Collaborate successfully as a team member. Represent oneself professionally and with confidence. Take responsibility for the planning and follow-through of projects in their specific field of interest. Estimate time and resources for each phase of the project. Identify critical path failure and develop contingency plans. Identify the role of various professionals in their specific field. Communicate professionally and responsibly with client (e.g., conduct needs analysis). Learn independently – assess own knowledge gaps, locate resources to address gaps, self-motivate, schedule time productively, etc. Ask for and accept constructive criticism, and exhibit continual growth based on feedback and performance evaluation