The Hunter College Film and Media Studies Department is searching for an instructor to teach the undergraduate Fall 2013 Concepts in Gaming course.
This course surveys the historical basis of and current practices in game design, which is phase one of game development. Just as a study of rhetoric and persuasive argument lays the foundation for effective written communication, the study of game design lays the foundation for an equally effective digital communication. While the structure of games may seem like a small fraction of interactive design, the concepts related in this class should prove fundamental to your ability to design any interactive experience from a simple website to a MMORPG.
This course is scheduled for Fridays from 1:10 - 4pm. The fall 2013 semester begins on August 27th and runs through December 22nd (end of finals period). The course meets for a 14 week period and is followed by a final.
Applicants should have an MA or MFA and previous college level teaching experience.
Please send a CV and relevant urls to:firstname.lastname@example.org
DEADLINE June 7, 2013