Nov 22, 2017
ART 514 - Graduate Graphic Design—Individual Problems
Catalog Year 2009-2010
This course provides an opportunity for independent research and
development in digital imagery techniques and production concepts
on the graduate level. Students work to improve their abilities in
the following areas: interactive web design, interactive
multimedia, 3-d modeling/animation, videography or print
publication design. This course will further develop the student’s
understanding of commercial applied design processes revolving
around microcomputer operations. Students are encouraged to
identify production areas of interest for in-depth investigation.
Emphasis is placed on the student’s ability to produce imagery from
idea generation through final mechanical.
OFFERED: Fall, Spring, Summer
NOTE: All courses may be repeated for credit (up to 12 hours). Most
studio classes involve self-directed work and individual research
with individual faculty members assigned to the area of study.
CREDIT: 3 to 12
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