Certificate in Computer Generated Imagery (CGI)
This program provides coursework for majors such as architecture, computer-generated imagery (CGI), engineering and animation. Design principles, computer-aided design (CAD) and animation systems are applied to problems in animation, architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning and engineering. Proper and efficient methods of sketching, story boarding, 3D digital models, animations and multifaceted presentations are examined. The student will be prepared for entry level employment as an animation modeler.
|ARCH 200||Portfolio Preparation||3|
|ART 111||Beginning Drawing||3|
|ART 115||Figure Drawing I||3|
|ART 120||Two-Dimensional Design||3|
|DRAF 160||Foundation Digital Design Tools - Intermediate Computer Aided Design (CAD)||3|
|DRAF 161||Advanced Computer Aided Design (CAD and Design Tools)||3|
|DRAF 290||Introduction to Maya Practices||3|
|Select one (1) of the following courses:|
|ARCH 102||Visual Communication||2.5|
|DRAF 102||Visual Communication||2.5|
Certificate of Achievement Level Student Learning Outcomes
Students completing the Computer Generated Imagery (CGI) Certificate of Achievement will:
- Describe effective computer-generated imagery (CGI) techniques including graphic communication, orientation, and decision making.
- Demonstrate the ability to use technology to prepare compute-generated imagery (CGI) drawings, computer-aided drawings (CAD), animations and multimedia presentations.
- Demonstrate computer-generated imagery (CGI) planning techniques and administration of file control for CGI design and animation.
- Demonstrate the ability to estimate time, material, labor and equipment for computer-generated imagery (CGI) design and animation.