Computer Graphics Multimedia AAA

Multimedia designers are computer artists who use electronic tools to create interactive art. Usually working as part of a team, multimedia designers work with animators, photographers, audio and video producers, writers and others.

Degree Overview

Associate in Applied Arts Degree, Curriculum Code: 0194 (Effective Fall 2012 – Summer 2017). An associate in applied arts degree is available in computer graphics multimedia.

Prerequisites

Students should see the Course Descriptions for course prerequisite information. See the Advising page for skills assessment and advising information.

Requirements

Below you will find the required courses and the recommended course sequence. For more detailed information go to the Course Descriptions page.

First Semester credit hours
ARTS102 Design & Communication 3
ARTS131 Drawing I 3
ARTS162 Type Communications 3
Limited Choice Math Core 3-4
Limited Choice Writing Core 3-4
Second Semester credit hours
ARTS132 Figure Drawing 3
ARTS151 Color 3
ARTS171 Computer Graphics/Digital Imaging 3
ARTS173 Computer Graphics/Web Design 3
Limited Choice Science Core 3-5
Third Semester credit hours
ARTS226 Storyboards & Animatics 3
ARTS234 Comp Graphics/3-D Animation I 3
DMAC120 Digital Audio Production I 4
DMAC130 Digital Video Production I 4
Limited Choice Elective 2-4
Fourth Semester credit hours
ARTS232 Computer Graphics/2-D Animation 3
ARTS235 Comp Graphics/3-D Animation II 2
ARTS69 The Portfolio 2
DMAC132 Video Post-Production I 4
Limited Choice Global Core 3-4
MINIMUM TOTAL 61

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