The Digital Art and Animation Department provides courses taught by faculty with extensive academic, professional, and industry experience. Students are guided through the department's project based courses to develop the knowledge and skills needed to incorporate the principles of visual communication in their work. Each course provides students with projects and evaluating critiques that challenge their creative problem solving skills. A culminating course (MART 390) provides the opportunity for students to construct their electronic or print portfolio utilizing these projects.
|Complete Core Courses, 24 units||Units|
|MART 314||Introduction to Computer Graphics||3 units|
|MART 366||Color Management and Theory||3 units|
|MART 368||Introduction to Web Design||3 units|
|MART 372||Digital Illustration||3 units|
|MART 376||Introduction to Digital Imaging||3 units|
|MART 379||Introduction to Digital Animation||3 units|
|MART 385||Coding for Designers and Artists||3 units|
|MART 389||Digital Media Careers||1.5 units|
|MART 390||Portfolio Creation||1.5 units|
|Selective Courses, choose a minimum of 6 units from the following:||Units|
|MART 325||Digital Painting||3 units|
|MART 362||Introduction to Digital Photography||3 units|
|MART 369||Advanced Web Design||3 units|
|MART 371||User Interface/User Experience Design||3 units|
|MART 377||Advanced Digital Imaging||3 units|
|MART 378||Digital Page Layout||3 units|
And required General Education coursework and electives as needed to meet the minimum
60 units required for the Associate degree.
Please refer to the AA/AS Degree Requirements for more information.