Course Info

DMA 695: Thesis I

The thesis courses provide an opportunity for students to apply the skills they have learned to a professionally developed project of their interest. The project will be accompanied by a written analysis of the concept and documentation of the process. Students have the choice to work individually or in small teams. In Thesis I, students will be guided through in depth precedent and user research, surveying the filed to develop a unique concept that will challenge their skills and understanding of the medium, while also seeking to contribute to the advancement of the field. Students will create a project plan and a series of prototypes and/or rough drafts to help develop and refine their concepts. Regular presentations with peers will be held weekly to prepare for a final concept presentation to a professional panel. PREREQUISITE(S): DMA 525 and DMA 527

Winter 2017-2018

Section: 801
Class number: 21186
Meeting time: Th 5:45PM - 9:00PM
Location: 14EAS 00506 at Loop Campus
Instructor: B Rich | View syllabus