ARV 110 Computer Graphics I (3)
This course is a study of the fundamentals of computer assisted graphic design.
ARV 121 Design (3)
This course covers basic theories, vocabulary, principles, techniques, media and problem-solving
in basic design.
ARV 162 Graphic Reproduction I (3)
This course is a study of the principles and practices used in print preparation and
ARV 163 Graphic Reproduction II (3)
This course covers the development of the practices and skills used in print preparation
and print reproduction.
ARV 210 Computer Graphics II (3)
This course is an advanced computer art course which includes a study of the creation
of graphic design using electronic imagery.
ARV 212 Digital Photography (3)
This course is a study of the principles, terminology, techniques, tools, and materials
of basic digital photography. Images produced in this course will address the needs
of the visual communication industry.
ARV 219 Multimedia Techniques (3)
This course is an introduction to the production of current audio-visual media.
ARV 222 Computer Animation (3)
This course introduces techniques of creating the illusion of motion and three-dimensional
ARV 227 Web Site Design I (3)
This course is an introduction to the production of an interactive world wide web
ARV 228 Web Site Design II (3)
This course covers a study of advanced web site design techniques culminating in an
interactive web site.
ARV 230 Visual Arts Bus Procedures (3)
This course covers a study of professional practices involved in the organization
and operation of businesses concerned with the visual arts.
ARV 234 Intro to Interior Design (3)
This course covers the historical, psychological, and sociological aspects of interior
design, function, and the design process.
ARV 235 Residential Interior Design (3)
This course covers the design and presentation of small residential spaces.
ARV 237 Materials and Estimating I (3)
This course places emphasis on various materials used in the field of interior design
and how to calculate various amounts of the materials for purchasing. Students will
receive an overview of textiles and their use in the field.
ARV 238 History of Interiors (3)
This course is a study/lecture of the history of interiors as well as furniture beginning
with Egyptian interiors and ending with Post-Modern furniture.
ARV 239 AutoCAD for Interiors (3)
This course is designed to introduce the interior design student to the basic components
and functions of the personal computer as well as basic cad commands and techniques.
Students will use the AutoCAD software system of computer aided drafting to complete
a small house plan by the end of the course, reflecting the required information and
presentation quality necessary to "professional" designers.
ARV 261 Advertising Design I (3)
This course is an introduction to the advertising arts, including the principles,
techniques, media, tools, and skills used in the visual communication field.
ARV 262 Advertising Design II (3)
This course covers advanced knowledge, practices, and skills in the visual communication
ARV 264 Special Proj in Graphics Art (3)
This course includes an advanced project as assigned from conception to final production.
ARV 282 SCWE IN DIGITAL ARTS (6)
This course integrates digital arts skills within an approved worksite relating to
the digital arts industry.