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Graphic Design

Animation and Multimedia Certificate
30 Semester Credit Hours; Curriculum: 0371

Courses for a Certificate:

Credit Hours

ART 224 Graphic Design I

3

ART 250 Computer Art

3

ART 259 Web Graphic Page Design

3

ART 260 3-D Animation and Multimedia

3

ART 261 3-D Advanced Animation and Multimedia  or

3

 

CAD 223 Introduction to 3D Studio MAX

 

ART 262 Multimedia Sound Production

3

ART 263 Computer Graphics and Video in Multimedia

3

ART 268 Advanced Web Animation and Multimedia I

3

GRD 252 Animation and Multimedia Practicum

3


Courses to total three credit hours from the following:

3

 

ART 270 3-D Illustration

3

 

ART 271 Advanced Multimedia Authoring

3

 

ART 274 Game Modeling and Character Development

3

 

ART 275 Game Systems and Design

3

 

COM 225 Introduction to Radio and Television Communications

3

 

COM 250 Introduction to Video Production

3

 

GRD 160 Fundamentals of Digital Imaging Using Photoshop Elements

3

 

HUM 160 Introduction to Film

3

Additional electives; contact Advising and Counseling for a list of acceptable courses

3


Total Semester Credit Hours for Certificate:


30

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May 19
Summer 2014 interim classes begin.

May 20
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