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Computer Programming: E 10-12 Sem ½ Credit
This course is designed for students with a desire to learn both the graphic interface and execution of applications in a Windows environment. Students will also learn how a computer analyzes programming code. Topics covered are the processing cycle, designing an application, coding an application, debugging an application, and analyzing needs for design based on user wants and needs.
Computer Graphics (Digital Animation I) E 9-12 Sem ½ Credit
This course introduces students to fundamental concepts, principles, and practices of 3D digital modeling. Topics covered in this course include: production of geometric and organic surfaces, polygon construction and surfaces. The primary 3D modeling and rendering software used in this course will be AutoDesk Studio Max 3D.
Example Projects:Bedroom.jpg Cup.jpg ice cream.avi landscape.jpg
Commercial Graphic Design (Graphic Design I) E 9-12 Sem ½ Credit
This course introduces students to two types of graphic design, video editing and image editing. Students will use camcorders and digital cameras to capture video and images to illustrate comprehension of methods covered during classroom tutorials. Software used for the class includes Cyberlink PowerDirector and Photoshop.
Photographic Arts (Graphic Design II) E 10-12 Sem ½ Credit
PR-Commercial Graphic Design
This course is a continuum of Graphic Design I. The same software is utilized, but will require more advanced problems and projects. The curriculum requires a deeper understanding of visual literacy and marketing techniques to obtain a finished product people savor.