The IPP is a self-directed course that Creative Communications students
are required to take in their second year. Here’s how it works:
- Students come up with an idea for a project and
present it to a panel of instructors. Projects generally fall into one of four
different categories: creative, promotional, documentary or research-based.
- Once approved, students spend the next year
- After the project is complete, students market
their work through the appropriate channels.
During the free, three-day IPP Presentations event, over 60 students
will be making 10-minute presentations about their work to peers, industry and
the general public. Projects being presented include novels, documentaries and events, just to name a few.
Take a look at the IPP Presentations program to see a full listing of students and
the projects they are presenting.