Registration for summer 2021 is now open.

Register for specific courses in the School of Arts, Media and Engineering using the following topic searches in the course catalog. For ASU students, select the In-Person & iCourses filter, and for ASU Online students who are earning degrees 100% online, select the ASU Online filter.

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Digital Culture Summer Institute

Students 12 to 18 years old will join faculty and graduate students from ASU’s School of Arts, Media and Engineering in this summer program featuring project-focused interdisciplinary topics that blend design, art, humanities and technology. Learn various digital technology practices and design exciting interactive media!

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AME 394 - Topic: Critical Design in a Global Context

Students will read about different approaches and explore case studies of each. The focus is on the social, political, and ecological aspects of design and creative industries. Previously scheduled in a classroom, moved to iCourse. 

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AME 111 - Introduction to Digital Culture

Examines the effects of digital technology on the way we live, communicate, learn, and create. This course is comprised of diverse readings, group discussion and hands-on collaborative projects exploring concepts covered in class. Also includes a number of guest lectures from ASU faculty.

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AME 394 - Topic: Computational Photography

Learn the basics of computational photography and engage in various photo/video activities. This course will teach beginner techniques up to advanced digital editing practices. Learn all there is to know about digital computation today! 

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