Textbooks

Textbooks can be purchased at the Ithaca College Campus Store the the first day of classes. They are open Monday-Thursday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm; Friday, 8:30 am to 3:00 pm.

Courses showing textbooks TBD may have orders placed at the bookstore. Textbooks can be purchased here. (Search the summer 2019 term using the course subject codes and numbers listed beside your course below.) The bookstore can be reached with questions at (607) 274-3961.

Payment is made at the time of purchase. You may pay by cash, check, or your own credit card. (Students may pay with a check made payable to Ithaca College and signed, but the amount should be left blank. Checks should include account holders’ name, address, phone number, and driver’s license number.)

ACTING I - THEA 13100-01 - Anger

Proof by Auburn
Stick Fly by Lydia Diamond
Dog Sees God by Bert V. Royal
Polaroid Stories by Naomi Iizuka

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE

No textbook required.

Optional: Signing Naturally, Units 1-6

DIGITAL MUSIC PRODUCTION

No textbook required.

DRAFTING YOUR FUTURE

No textbook required.

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY - PSYC 10300-01

Openstax: Psychology (free online textbook)
https://cnx.org/contents/Sr8Ev5Og@6.1:6HoLG-TA@5/Introduction

HEALTH SCIENCES: FOUNDATIONS AND CAREERS - HINT 10000-01

Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End by Atul Gawande

INTRODUCTION TO 2D GAME DESIGN

No textbook required.

INTRODUCTION TO MUSICAL THEATER PRODUCTION - THEA 10900-01

Students will need to have clothing for dance class and dance shoes. The clothing needs to be activewear or dance wear. The shoes should be specific to dance -jazz shoes or jazz sneakers. Character shoes are acceptable as well but not necessary.

Students may (though it is unlikely) need to purchase sheet music. The fee for that is small.

No textbook required.

INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY - SOCI 10100-01

The Practical Skeptic: Core Concepts in Sociology (6th edition)

INTRODUCTION TO TV STUDIO PRODUCTION - TVR 10700-01

Television Production Handbook (11th or 12th Edition) by Herbert Zettl

MEDIA & COMMUNICATION STUDIES - CMST 12000 HOUSE-02 (COMM, CULTURE & RHETORIC)

Rhetorical Power of Popular Culture by Deaanna Sellnow

SCREENWRITING

Optional: The Hollywood Standard (2nd edition) by Christopher Riley (Michael Wiese Productions, ISBN 978-1-932907-63-6.

SPORTS MEDIA (one-week and three-week programs)

16 GB SD card

No textbook required.

STEM Institute

No textbook required.