Advanced Manufacturing

(2014-2015 Catalog) Course Selection Guide for this program

Graphic Design (code: EB33)   

Associate in Science Degree

The following combination of courses allows any student to obtain both an Associate in Science degree and to transfer into most four-year colleges offering programs in Graphic Design. Students are also prepared for entry-level positions in graphic design and related fields.

Outcomes

  • Attain mastery of the basic conventions of drawing and design.
  • Become competent in the specific skills that are required in today's graphic design industry.
  • Demonstrate the skills necessary for visual thinking and productive problem-solving.
  • Attain an expanded awareness and a critical understanding of graphic design products.
  • Become familiar with the computer graphics software products that are industry standards.

Suggested Sequence of Courses:
Prerequisite or parallel courses may be required. Please check individual course descriptions for details.

Freshman Year

  ENG* E101
Composition    
3
  Mathematics 1
Elective    
3 - 4
  ART* E121
Two-Dimensional Design    
3
  ART* E111
Drawing I    
3
  ENG* E102
Literature & Composition    
3
  GRA* E111
Introduction to Computer Graphics    
3
  ART* E109
Color Theory    
3
  ART* E112
Drawing II    
3
  GRA* E230
Digital Imaging I    
3
  Behavioral Science
Elective    
3

Sophomore Year

  Humanities
Elective    
3
  Social Science
Elective    
3
  Science
Elective    
3 - 4
  ART* E250
Digital Photography I    
3
  GRA* E151
Graphic Design    
3
  Art History 2
Elective    
3
  GRA* E241
Digital Page Design    
3
  GRA* E221
Illustration I    
3
  ART/GRA 3
Elective    
3
  Open 4
Elective    
3 - 4
  ART* E290
Portfolio Preparation I    
1

Total Credits 

61 - 64

1 MAT* E075, MAT* E095 not acceptable.

2 Choose from ART* E101, ART* E102, or ART* E103

3 It is suggested that students discuss selection of elective with program coordinator.

4 Cannot be an ART/GRA course.

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