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Commercial Art Courses
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Commercial Art Course Descriptions (Electronic Imaging and Graphics)

(Note: Not all courses are offered each semester. Check current college publications, or contact the Music Department for details.)

 

EIGT 1260 Printmaking                                                                  3

Skill developing and understanding of a variety of print­making media including linocut, wood cut, and silk screening techniques. Students arrange their specific programs with the instructor. Unit Credits: 1-1, 2-1, 3-1. (30/15/0/0)

EIGT 1270 Drawing I                                                                   3

Utilizing observation and imagination, the student will study and apply in individual projects the principles of drawing and perspective including the creative use of line and space. Unit Credits: 1-1, 2-1, 3-1. (30/45/0/0)

EIGT 1280 Oil & Acrylic Painting                                                    3

The process of painting, the examination of the nature of painting materials, and the concepts which apply to growth as a painter. Includes the human figure, still life, landscape, and imaginative material. Unit Credits: 1-1, 2-1, 3-1. (30/45/0/0)

EIGT 1290 Watercolor Painting                                                        3

An introduction to materials and techniques of watercolor painting. Exploration of basic and mixed media is also includ­ed. Unit Credits: 1-1, 2-1, 3-1. (30/45/0/0)

EIGT 1300 Visual Design                                                                3

Emphasis is placed on identifying and solving design prob­lems. Various projects will engage students in creative design processes. Materials, layout, techniques, vocabulary, and comput­er design are presented. Unit Credits: 1-1, 2-1, 3-1. (30/45/0/0)

EIGT 1450 Design I                                                                                3

Two-dimensional design fundamentals: concepts and processes. Studio problems are used to introduce concepts, vocabulary, and skills applicable to design in the visual commu­nications field. An introduction to computer technology, a vari­ety of software used in the industry and traditional design tech­niques. Unit Credits: 1-1, 2-1, 3-1 (45/0/0/0)

EIGT 1860 Cooperative Education/Internship I                               8

(See page 23 for course description.)

EIGT 2260 Problems in Studio—Printmaking                                  3

Prereq. EIGT 1260 or equivalent

The student will become involved in intensive study to fur­ther develop skills in printmaking. Unit Credits: 1-1, 2-1, 3-1. (30/45/0/0)

EIGT 2270 Problems in Studio—Drawing                                          3

Prereq. EIGT 1270 or equivalent

The student will become involved in intensive study to fur­ther develop skills in drawing. Unit Credits: 1-1, 2-1, 3-1. (30/45/0/0)

EIGT 2280 Problems in Studio—Oil & Acrylic Painting               3
Prereq. EIGT 1280 or equivalent

The student will become involved in intensive study to fur­ther develop skills in oil and acrylic painting. Unit Credits: 1-1, 2-1, 3-1. (30/45/0/0)

EIGT 2290 Problems in Studio—Watercolor

Painting                                                                                    3

Prereq. EIGT 1290 or equivalent

The student will become involved in intensive study to fur­ther develop skills in watercolor painting. Unit Credits: 1-1, 2- 1, 3-1. (30/45/0/0)

EIGT 2300 Problems in Studio—Design                                             3

Prereq. EIGT 1300 or equivalent

The student will become involved in intensive study to fur­ther develop skills in design. Unit Credits: 1-1, 2-1, 3-1. (30/45/0/0)


 

EIGT 2450 Design II                                                                    3

Prereq. EIGT 1450 or equivalent

In this course students focus on integrating computer skills to communicate and promote individual design concepts and approaches. Studio problems are used to continue study in a variety of visual disciplines. Includes computer graphics con­cepts and in-depth study design/working in Photoshop. Unit Credits: 1-1, 2-1, 3-1 (45/0/0/0)

EIGT 2700 Portfolio – Multimedia                                                   2

Prereq. EIGT 1450, EIGT 1300, EIGT 2450

This course is designed to prepare the student to compete in the graphic arts career field. Topics include portfolio develop­ment, self-promotion, web design, and multimedia presentation. (This course must be taken in the student’s last semester) Unit Credits: 1-1, 2-1. (30/0/0/0)

EIGT 2750 Graduate Exhibit                                                         2

Prereq. EIGT 1450, EIGT 1300, EIGT 2450

This course gives the students the opportunity to utilize all of the skills and knowledge from previous coursework to create an exhibition of the students work. This exhibition will include the students: (1) writing a personal statement about their work; (2) collaboration with other graduating Art students; (3) plan and accomplish a public exhibit of their work. (This course must be taken in the student’s last semester.) Unit Credits: 1-1, 2-1. (30/0/0/0)

EIGT 2860 Cooperative Education/Internship II                                8

 

 

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