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HUM215: Film Comedy – 3 credits

Explores the basics of humor in film by tracing its roots through a historical examination of a variety of arts, artists, and theorists. Focuses on films' unique contributions to the world of laughter. Investigates how comedy, and film comedy in particular, provides an essential and unifying force for culture and society. Prerequisites: None.

General Education Designations: HU

Class# Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructors Availability
10182
Glendale
Online Class
Online
01/1705/12
Spring 2023
N/A
N/A
  • K. Shineman
Class Started
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    • Notes: ONLINE
      Online classes are completely asynchronous but may include optional synchronous components such as review sessions, office hours, etc.

      Students are required to have access to a computer/mobile device and Internet access, and a webcam may be necessary for specific classes.

      Students are required to submit an initial assignment due within the first few days of class.

      For information about how to get started, go to https://www.gccaz.edu/online/readiness. Click 'Canvas' link in column on the left and then click 'Log in to Canvas': https://learn.maricopa.edu
28710
Mesa
Online Course
Online
01/1705/12
Spring 2023
N/A
N/A
  • R. Baron
Class Started
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25361
Scottsdale
On Your Time Online
Online
03/2005/12
Spring 2023
N/A
N/A
  • B. Davis
Open
6 of 25 Seats Available
    • Notes: ONLINE CLASS. All classwork can be completed entirely online.
      This course requires the use of a computer or mobile device with internet access, a webcam, speakers and microphone.
      This class meets for an 8-week period during the full length semester. Students should expect an increased amount of work each week during the 8 weeks as compared to the same class offered in the full semester. Students are encouraged to work with an academic advisor to be sure their course load is balanced over the course of a given semester.
      All textbook and course materials available at no or low cost (<$40) - may include OER (Open Educational Resources).
      R rated films with mature themes will be shown.
      Students will be renting videos as part of the class assignments.
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