2018 - 2019 College Catalog by ​Moorpark College

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elective courses units select and complete two courses 6 units from the following art m30 drawing and composition i 3.0 3.0 art m32 beginning life drawing i art m40 beginning illustration 3.0 film m10 introduction to cinema 3.0 gr m24 publishing and prepress 3.0 gr m25 publications design 3.0 3.0 gr m32 design iii gr m33 adver tising design 3.0 mm m20 web design 3.0 mm m30 motion graphics 3.0 mm m40 3d fundamentals 3.0 3.0 mm m50 interactive design game m101 introduction to game design 3.0 phot m10 beginning photography 3.0 program student learning outcomes students completing the certificate of achievement in graphic design will be able to • apply creative technical critical historically informed and designbased solutions through various media design fundamentals proficiency award the proficiency award in design fundamentals provides the student with a foundation in design and media arts and an understanding of the digital process when designing for print and screen they will also engage in creative processes that combine art and technology to inform persuade organize stimulate locate identify attract attention and provide pleasure these new skills will give the student the qualifications needed for entry level positions in design and media ar ts industries to star t their own business and/or for university transfer to earn a proficiency award in design fundamentals students must complete the 9 units listed below required core courses units complete 3 courses 9 units below gr m10 design and society 3.0 gr m30 design i 3.0 gr m23 introduction to computer graphics 3.0 or mm m10 introduction to digital media 3.0 total units 9.0 program student learning outcomes students completing the certificate of achievement in graphic design will be able to • apply design principles to both print and screen layouts • demonstrate proficiency using industry standard software to produce graphic design layouts that are print-ready digital files • demonstrate a sense of aesthetics for design and typography in the visual communication field graphic design courses gr m10 – design and society 3 units prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture gr m11 – design history 3 units prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture examines the major issues in twentieth century design and identifies possible future trends focuses on the period beginning with the arts and crafts movement of the late nineteenth century and continuing through the modern and “post-modern” design movements of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc gr m23 – introduction to computer graphics 3 units prerequisites none class hours 2 lecture 3 lab introduces visual technologies concepts and principles of production used by designers and media artists explores software applications as they relate to current methods of design and media arts production emphasizes the development of fundamental computer skills and an understanding of the relationship between digital and visual design applies to associate degree transfer credit csu gr m24 – publishing and prepress 3 units prerequisites none class hours 2 lecture 3 lab focuses on the process of creating and preparing documents for print and creating press-ready output covers such topics as page layout font and color management printing processes papers bindings and proofing methods formerly gr m24a applies to associate degree transfer credit csu gr m25 – publications design 3 units prerequisites none recommended prep gr m23 and gr m34 class hours 2 lecture 3 lab covers the design of multi-page publications currently using indesign for both electronic and printed production explores the issues and possibilities involved in the design and production of newsletters catalogs books and publications emphasizes the sequential organization of text and visual material typographical structures format and presentation applies to associate degree transfer credit csu gr m26 – digital illustration 3 units prerequisites none class hours 2 lecture 3 lab introduces the world of two-dimensional and three-dimensional digital illustration utilizes raster and vector-based software to create digital illustrations from concepts to completion explores mark-marking perspective color systems and rendering of light and shade develops perceptual skills conceptual strategies production methods and narrative composition through projects and critiques applies to associate degree transfer credit csu gr m27 – image editing 3 units prerequisites none class hours 2 lecture 3 lab focuses on image editing currently using adobe photoshop for photography design and media arts includes appropriate techniques for tonal and color adjustments creating masks non-destructive editing adjustment layers retouching and compositing same course as phtc m33 applies to associate degree transfer credit csu examines the fundamentals of communication design including design theory the language and history of design and contemporary design practices emphasizes the basic principles and the human experience in design including graphic design and advertising industrial design environmental design and electronic arts applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc 196 moorpark college announcement of courses 2018-2019