The Non-Traditional M.A. Program: Integrating Research and Creative Activities to Enhance Student Learning

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Abstract

This session will focus on how to engage student learning in a non-traditional M.A. program, using CMU’s Broadcast and Cinematic Arts M.A. curriculum as a case study. Recently, this program developed a new area of concentration (Electronic Media Production) that is aimed toward students who are interested in media production-related careers. This session will investigate how to integrate practical skills and hands-on work into a traditionally research-heavy degree program. Curricular issues, student outcomes, and assessment will be touched on in the session.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Sep 23 2011
EventLilly Conference on College and University Teaching - Traverse City, MI
Duration: Sep 23 2011Sep 23 2011

Conference

ConferenceLilly Conference on College and University Teaching
Period09/23/1109/23/11

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