Enroll in one course, connect with fellow students, get to know how to work with college faculty, and earn three undergraduate credits.
Students engage with faculty and one another regularly during the week, and during social activities after scheduled class periods, in the evenings, and on weekends.
We are currently working with faculty on the 2022 course roster and will continue to update this table as we finalize course offerings:
|Computer Information Technologies||Adam Lee||Learn and practice basic spreadsheet and database skills. A gateway to a computer science major or minor! If you choose undergraduate studies at Ithaca College, this course also has our "quantitative literacy" designation, a requirement for all students regardless of major.|
|Public Speaking and the Career Pathway||Ann-Marie Adams||
Classes will involve delivering speeches, lectures on public speaking that weaves in content on the world of work and group communication, activities, group discussions, video analysis, and/or other forms of instruction. This course would utilize CANVAS and free online resources for course materials, submitting assignments, grades, attendance tracking, and announcements.
|Writing for Screen Media: Screenwriting||Andy Watts||
An introduction to the theory and practice of writing for film, television, and emerging media. Instruction in the fundamentals of visual writing, character, plot, dialogue, and theme, as well as the integration of these elements into scenes and short scripts.
|Introduction to Personal Health||Joanie Groome||This course explores what it means to be a healthy college student in our modern world. Topics covered will include : Resilience, Mental Health, Communication, Fitness, Alcohol, Addiction, Sleep, Disability Sensitivity, Inequities in health resources, and more. The information will provide the opportunity to develop a solid foundation to increase your own health and recognize ways to support others.|
|Introduction to Photography||Michael Lewis||
This is a beginning-level course stressing technical and critical photographic skills. The class will develop your capacity to produce well-crafted and effectively-structured photographs that communicate compelling content. Additionally, you will cultivate an ability to look at images analytically so that you are better able to evaluate and value the success of your work and the work of others.