College of Arts & Sciences

Certificate in Computer Graphics
Students who would like to learn more about how computer graphics is used in advertising, publication design, broadcasting, business, art and journalism may enroll in the Certificate in Computer Graphics Program. Students should apply for entry into the program before taking more than 6 credits in computer graphics, and must maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA in the program.

Further information is available from professor Kenneth Hoffman in the Department of Communication and The Arts. The Certificate in Computer Graphics will be awarded upon successful completion of 19 credits, as follows:

 
Credits
AART 1223 Two-Dimensional Design and Color

3

COGR 1321 Desktop Publishing for Personal Use

1

COGR 2322 Introduction to 3D Computer Graphics

3


Four from the following:

3

AART 2312 Digital Art and Design I

3

COGR 2112 Introduction to Multimedia Communication

3

COGR 3112 Multimedia Production

3

COGR 3322 Computer Animation

3

COGR 3323 Presentation Graphics

3

COGR 3324 Two-Dimensional Computer Design

3

COGR 3325 Digital Photography

3

 

Total

19

 

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