CMII courses are available to students who have declared their enrollment in CMII-connected degree programs (for example, the Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies (BIS) concentration in Media Entrepreneurship), but are also open to any student interested in advancing her or his skills in advanced media technology or picking up elective classes related to entrepreneurship. In planning these courses, a strong effort has been made to minimize course prerequisites, so CMII classes don’t needlessly extend your degree program.
The Institute offers courses in every academic term.
CMII courses are, for now, only available to undergraduate students in good standing at the university. Plans are to coordinate CMII graduate classes that will supplement other graduate degree programs in data analytics, arts administration and others. No CMII courses yet offer fully online experiences.
For information about CMII-connected classes offered in a given semester, look in the GoSolar registration system for the course prefix CMIS, which refers to Creative Media Industries Studies. Course descriptions for CMIS classes are available in the university catalog here.
Students interested in connecting to facilities-connected workshops, industry networking events and other occasions for educational training not connected to regular for-credit classes are welcome to participate in those sessions whenever they are offered. Follow CMII social media platforms or sign up for email updates on the Institute “follow and friend” page for information about special events.