Graphics Technology

GRAP 2280

This course is an introduction to basic web design principles, applications and related terminology. A professional web authoring tool is explored to understand the planning and layout of hypertext based content for the web. 

Internet Publishing
3
CH(s)

GRAP 2265

This course explores introductory critical thinking and analysis for the media artist including the topics of project pricing, estimating and budgeting, marketing and self-promotion.

Estimating and Cost Analysis
3
CH(s)

GRAP 2260

New kinds of electronic tools are emerging that allow graphic designers to craft presentations, images and layouts in a collaborative environment.  This course will explore available technologies and software and explore new approaches to digital design and data visualization.  

Emerging Technologies
3
CH(s)

GRAP 2255

This course is an introduction to basic techniques of computer animation and presentation for multimedia and internet and interactive training applications. 

Internet Animation
3
CH(s)

GRAP 2240

This course will emphasize the use of traditional and digital photography in the profession of graphic design. Topics will include the historical evolution of photography; major related equipment, materials, principles, methods, and techniques of photography; and the application of photography in areas of visual communication, journalism, web design, and other Graphic Design fields. 

Photography Concepts
3
CH(s)

GRAP 2235

This studio course is a continuation of GRAP 2230. It focuses on developing competence in hand skills required for graphic design and introduces 3-dimensional design and presentation techniques. 

Graphic Design II
3
CH(s)

GRAP 2230

This is a studio course introducing the process of graphic design including the principles of design and problem solving methodologies for page layout and 2-dimensional design. 

Graphic Design I
3
CH(s)

GRAP 1199

Studies in special selected topics, to be determined by the instructor and approved by the School Dean.  Credits earned will be applicable as free electives in associate and certificate of applied science degree programs.

Special Topics in Graphic Communications
0-4
CH(s)

GRAP 1189

This course will be a guided experience for community college students to explore topics of interest in their field through research, field experience, presentation, computer applications, lab experience, or other project agreed upon between the student and the supervising faculty and is submitted to the dean in a written contract.

Guided Experience I VAR
1-4
CH(s)

GRAP 1150

An introduction to the Apple computer and operating system, containing a thorough coverage of computer fundamentals with an introduction to industry standard graphics software.

Computer Applications to Graphics
3
CH(s)

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