Design and Applied Arts

Graphic Arts

The Design and Applied Arts Program is designed to prepare students for employment as entry-level graphic artists with the knowledge and skills necessary to perform desktop publishing, photography, computer layout, graphic arts, digital imaging, web page design and video for printers, media, advertising and internet business. The program will provide students with instruction in graphics, video, digital computer programs and procedures, as well as general interpersonal, communication, and organization skills. Workplace basic skills are integrated throughout the curriculum.

 

 

Design and Applied Arts

Graphic Arts

Level 1 Certificate

BASIC CORE OF GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES                         

CREDIT HRS

1.    ARTS 2356  –  Photography I with lab

3

COMM 2305  –  Editing and Layout

3

ARTS 1311  –  Basic Design 

3

IMED 1416*  –  Web Page Design

4

ARTC 1413*  –  Digital Publishing I

4

Total Hours

17

REQUIRED TECHNICAL CORE COURSES

2.     ARTC 1402*  –  Digital Imaging I

4

ARTS 2348 – Digital Art I

4

GRPH 1459*  –  Object Oriented Computer Graphics I

4

ARTS 1316 – Basic Drawing

3

Total Hours

15

Total Hours for Certificate

32
*Prerequisites:  See Course Description           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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