COURSES
ART 213 Computer Graphics
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
An introduction to basic uses of the Macintosh computer as used in the visual arts will be explored. Experimentation with various software packages and the development of the interchangeable and flexible moves from hands-on skills to electronic means will be emphasized

ART 315 Typography
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
A fundamental study of the history of type, its creative use and function as a communicative tool. Basic principles of good layout design are also explored.

ART 317 Advanced Imaging & Illustration
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
Study of painting, drawing and photo manipulation software as well as traditional media to produce illustrations for a variety of uses. The creative process and idea generation are also explored.

ART 410 Portfolio Preparation
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
Study of current trends in graphic design fields and possible career paths. Preparation of a professional graphic design portfolio that demonstrates the student’s proficiencies and strengths. Includes resume preparation, personal logo and self-promotional projects.