Why electronic publishing?
The Electronic Publishing minor provides a strong background in computer-based art and pair nicely with Art, Business, English and Computer Science majors.
Goes great with:
- Art Studio
- Computer Science
- Graphic Design
This minor is not available to students majoring in Electronic Publishing, Public Relations or Journalism.
(From the 2011-13 Catalog)
A. All of the following:
Foundations I is a study of the principles and elements of two-and three-dimensional design. It is also an introduction to drawing, color theory, and painting for the professional. The course is conducted in a studio-lecture format.
An introductory study of the principles, tools, and techniques of design for publishing and advertising. It includes a study of typography, designer’s and printer’s vocabulary, and the aesthetics of graphic design. This course is taught on the computer using the most widely used software applications in publishing and printing.
This is an advanced course which combines the skills acquired in AR243 Photography with the knowledge gained in AR303 Graphic Design I. The course utilizes the scanner, digital cameras, CDs and the imaging program, Adobe Photoshop, for the creation of new expressions of art.
Offered fall semester. Prerequisite: AR243 and AR303.
This course provides more defined and specific graphic design problems. Emphasis is placed on working with computer applications and pre-press preparation. The student designs a personal portfolio as a final project.
Offered spring semester. Prerequisite: AR303 and AR304.
This course provides in-depth coverage of Microsoft Excel and Access in the context of business applications. Excel topics include formulas and functions, charting, large datasets, pivot tables and what-if analysis. Access topics include relational database concepts, database design, basic query construction, and report generation. This course combines online and hands-on learning.
Prerequisite: AC222 for business majors.
This is an advanced course in which state-of-the-art computer software is integrated with the fundamentals of publishing. Preparing computer files for printing.
|Social Science Chair||Mass Communication Program Coordinator|
|David Lynch, Ph.D.
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