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Computer, Information and Network Security
Film and Television Creative Producing
Cyber-Physical Systems Engineering
Digital Media Arts
Film and Television Documentary
Film and Television Production
Computer Graphics and Motion Technology
Human Centered Design
Health Information Technology
Institute for Professional Development
This is a hybrid course that meets online and on-campus.
Interactive and Social Media
Liberal Studies Program
Film and Television Post-Production
Study Abroad Program
Film and Television Screenwriting
Film and Television Visual Effects
This course examines the role that comedy and satire have played in the cinematic arts since the turn of the last century. Students will examine the comedic language in films and television shows, while understanding the context for the times in which they were made.
based on lecture and student-driven discussion;
Each class will present an introduction to specific topics of comedy film supported by clips and/or the screening of a feature film.
The shared language of cinema will be introduced and used to discuss multiple levels of film comedies and their content each week.
A final project will give students the opportunity to expand their interpretation of seminal film comedy.
Upon completion, students will be able to:
Understand the language of mainstream American comedy
Describe what the film or television episode is telling us about that generation, era, or collection of people
Differentiate and defend what makes filmed comedy function on a creative level
Appraise how comedy films and television reflect the times in which they were created
Demonstrate the ability to speak about comedy using a shared cinematic language
Sign up for the very first Industrial Design course ever to run at DePaul University! Be a part of history, and learn about alternative design philosophies.
ID 101, Metaphysics of Objects, introduces the theory of the perception of objects, and how objects perceive each other, through the lens of object oriented ontology. Through lectures and projects, students will create objects and evaluate the influences of tools, materials, and thought on the development of things. Students will learn how to choose the appropriate tools and materials for specific design contexts, and be introduced to the theories behind speculative realism and object oriented ontology.
The course runs Tuesday and Thursday, 1:30p.m.-3:00p.m.