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FILM 4090 Race and Media, Fall 2021 - Rusnak

Course guide for FILM 4090 Race and Media, Fall 2021 - Stacy Rusnak

School of Liberal Arts Information

School of Liberal Arts

Vision/Mission Statement

The School of Liberal Arts provides an innovative, multidisciplinary, student-centered, flexible curriculum that prepares the student for further study or work in a global economy.  The School seeks to develop the student’s learning through faculty engagement in cross-disciplinary teaching, research and service with a flexible curriculum that responds to increased globalization.

School/Program Outcomes

Integrated Educational Experience Goals:

The IEE Goals met by the objectives of this course are in bold/strong format:

  • IEE-1: Clearly communicate ideas in written and oral form.
  • IEE-2: Demonstrate creativity and critical thinking in inter- and multi-disciplinary contexts.
  • IEE-3: Demonstrate effective use of information technology.
  • IEE-4: Develop intercultural awareness of diverse viewpoints and of local and global perspectives.
  • IEE-5: Produce scholarly or creative works that reflect information literacy knowledge, skills, and dispositions.
  • IEE-6: Demonstrate ethical and moral principles.
  • IEE-7: Demonstrate and apply leadership principles.
  • IEE-8: Demonstrate competence in quantitative reasoning.

Academic Integrity

Examples of plagiarism include:

  • Directly quoting another’s words without appropriate citation and punctuation
  • Overusing quotations in a written work
  • Paraphrasing another’s words without appropriate citation
  • Submitting assignments and other work that are not your own
  • Citing primary and secondary sources incorrectly

Examples of academic dishonesty include:

  • Submitting a single assignment for multiple courses without the instructors’ knowledge or permission;
  • Using assignments submitted by other students;
  • Using unauthorized materials during an exam.