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Fall Semester 2017  

Communication & Fine Art
Betty Jane Lawrence • Global Communication 100B • 677-2368
CFA100Intellectual and Cultural Events (1 hour)
Students attend 13 intellectual and cultural events over the semester. Students must attend a one-time mandatory orientation session on August 23, either at 8:00 a.m. or 4:30 p.m. in GCC 126
 01 *R* Arr     Betty Jane Lawrence  
CFA201Entrepreneurial Mindset in CFA (1 hour)
Prerequisite: Open to students with a CFA major, minor, or 12 hours in CFA coursework. Not open to students with credit for or enrolled in BMA 281, 381, or 382.
 01 Arr     Edward L Lamoureux Online Course
CFA300CFA International Option Seminar (1 hour)
 01 Tu5:00 PM -5:50 PM GCC202 Devin Monnens  
 "Japanese Videogames"
CFA301Cooperative Education/Internship in Communications And Fine Arts (0 to 6 hours)
 01 *R* Arr     Kimberly Dunn  
 02 *R* Arr     Kimberly Dunn  
CFA350Inside the Entertainment Industry (3 hours)
Prerequisite: Students must be enrolled in the Bradley University Hollywood Semester in Los Angeles, California
 01 *R* M1:00 PM -4:00 PM    Jacob Huberman  
 Hollywood Semester course in Los Angeles, CA
CFA354Hollywood Semester Internship (3 hours)
Prerequisite: Students must be enrolled in the Bradley University Hollywood Semester in Los Angeles, California.
 01 *R* Arr     Kimberly Dunn  
CFA355Topics in Entertainment (3 hours)
Prerequisite: Students must be enrolled in the Bradley University Hollywood Semester in Los Angeles, California.
 01 *R* M7:00 PM -10:00 PM    Matthew Vroman  
 "Videogame Development"
 Hollywood Semester program in Los Angeles, CA
CFA356Entertainment Public Relations (3 hours)
Prerequisite: Students must be enrolled in the Bradley University Hollywood Semester in Los Angeles, California.
Hollywood Semester course in Los Angeles, CA
 01 *R* M9:00 AM -12:00 PM    Staff  
CFA357Music Power Brokers (3 hours)
Prerequisite: Students must be enrolled in the Bradley University Hollywood Semester in Los Angeles, California. Bradley students who have completed MUS 201 are not eligible to take this course.
 01 *R* Tu6:00 PM -9:00 PM    Douglas Frank  
 Hollywood Semester course in Los Angeles, CA
 
Attendance at a variety of intellectual and cultural events approved by the University's Intellectual and Cultural Activities Committee. Up to two hours of credit can be earned.
Examines and develops conceptual ideas about entrepreneurship, creativity, and innovation as well as fundamental practices for planning and executing entrepreneurial enterprises, especially in the early stages. Examines students' processes for creativity and innovation in entrepreneurship. Engages students with support available to entrepreneurs through CFA, the Turner School of E&I, and BU.
Seminar topics of special interest relevant to enhancement of study abroad and integration of International Option certificate program. Topics may vary each time course is offered. May be repeated under different topics for a total of 2 semester hours. Topic and prerequisites stated in current Schedule of Classes.
Appropriately supervised cooperative education or internship experience in communications and fine arts. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 hours credit. Maximum 6 hours of Co-op or internship credit allowed toward graduation hours. Pass/fail.
Inside the Entertainment Industry offers a background examination of the entertainment industry. The course focuses on the professional operation and process used to create the preliminary background for a storyline, to develop a pitch for a movie/television show/video game, steps to acquire a green light for production, financing and budgeting a media project, protocol, post-production aspects, and advertising for distribution.
Appropriately supervised internship experience in Los Angeles, CA. The Hollywood Semester course will follow the registration and reflective learning requirements used by existing courses in Bradley's Cooperative Education and Internship program.
Topics of special interest in the entertainment field that may vary each time the course is offered. May be repeated one time under a different topic for a total of 6 hours.
Entertainment PR covers the differences between entertainment-oriented public relations versus a more traditional form of public relations. The class examines the techniques and knowledge needed by an entertainment publicist to brand and manage the message for industry clients including: talent, celebrities, venues, hospitality, gaming properties, athletes, non-profits, networks, movies, and television shows.
The "Music Power Brokers" course will examine the careers of the most influential and notorious business icons of popular music. Students will learn the path to success of the true music entrepreneur through historical research and first hand accounts.
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