The Visual Communication Certificate Program has been created to provide a working knowledge of the basics of the Visual Communication field and to use that knowledge to immediately enter the workforce. The visual Communication Certificate requires a completion of 18 hours of study (six courses of 3 hours each). Four of these six courses are in the Art Degree Program. This program introduces basic, introductory level skills in these areas: photography, digital photography, two-dimensional design, computer arts, photographic lighting techniques, and portfolio review.
|Fall Semester||Sem. Hrs.|
|ART 1020||Design I||3|
|ART 2150||Computer Art||3|
|ART 2180||Digital Photography||3|
|Spring Semester||Sem. Hrs.|
|ART 2190||Photographic Lighting Techniques||3|
|ART 2200||Professional Practices, Portfolio Preparation and Review||3|
|ART 2900||Art Practicum||3|
|One Year Total||18|
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