Get Outside While Earning Credits This Summer
Whether you’ve just finished finals or are cramming hard to close out the Spring semester it’s important to start planning for the Summer months. As the weather starts to warm up we’re all looking for ways to get out and experience the beauty of Boston, and what better way to capture that feeling than by taking a course that lets you stretch your creative muscles!
Starting in Summer Session I, Brandeis’ Film Production I course gives students the opportunity to explore the process of creative storytelling as well as shoot two short films of your very own. Not only is this an opportunity to explore your creative filmmaking side, you’ll also have the freedom to turn the city into your studio.
This summer you can also learn the basics of digital photography techniques and dive into the history of visual arts with the Introduction to Digital Photography. Make the university your muse and explore outside the campus with organized field trips designed to give students a variety of digital canvases.
Looking for an excuse to catch a game at Fenway Park this summer? With a course in Sports Writing you’ll get to learn from the greats that write about the game and test your knowledge with a weekly sporting quiz. Including readings from famed Boston Globe columnists Bob Ryan and Dan Shaughnessy, this course gives you the inside scoop on what it takes to cover a professional team from within.
So start planning your days inside and out of the classroom and get a step ahead of your fall credits with a creative course in the summer months.