Computer Animation/Multi Media Certificate
PROGRAM CODE: 2C10610
The Computer Animation/Multi Media Certificate Program provides the skills necessary to create animated and/or interactive projects for distribution on a variety of media, including DVD, web pages, videotape, and CD-ROM. This certificate requires a total of 30-32 units of which 20 units are in required courses, and an additional 10-12 units must be chosen from the restricted electives listed below. A grade of C or better is required in each course taken.
|Select one of the Introduction classes|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Introduction to Digital Art||3|
|Introduction to Web Graphics||3|
|Introduction to Maya 3D||3|
|Required Art Introduction Class|
|ART 118 F||Color Theory||3|
|or ART 120 F||Basic Design|
|Required Advanced Courses|
|ART 144 F||Fundamentals of Cartooning||2|
|DART 120 F||3D Modeling||3|
|DART 150 F||3D Computer Animation||3|
|DART 162 F||2D Computer Animation||3|
|DART 164 F||Interactive Multimedia Design||3|
|Select 10-12 units from the following:||10-12|
|Business Practices in Art||3|
|Art Independent Study||1-2|
|Digital Imaging I||3|
|Digital Publishing I||3|
|Digital Publishing II||3|
|Digital Photo Editing I||3|
|Recording Lab I: Beginning Techniques||3|
|Television Studio Production||3|
|Digital Editing, Graphics and Effects||3|
Outcome 1: Demonstrate basic use of computer graphics software and hardware, and be able to demonstrate basic competence in selected image-making techniques.
Outcome 2: Apply the terminology of computer graphics to communications within the field of digital media.
Outcome 3: Devise solutions to gain an understanding of computer technology vital to web designers.
Outcome 4: Devise solutions to visual problems using principles of form, design, and color.
Outcome 5: Create projects that demonstrate specialized knowledge of 2D computer animation and multi-media projects from initial design concept through project completion that clearly illustrates the student’s solutions.
Outcome 6: Create effective documents by effectively using the concepts of design, such as: color, style, typography and composition.