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history highlights 1952 1957 1960 colorado institute of art opens at 16 west 13th avenue first class graduates from the commercial art program colorado institute of art is purchased by a group of investors including john jellico founder of the colorado art institute and former assistant director of the art institute of pittsburgh education management corporation edmc of pittsburgh purchases the school colorado institute of art earns accreditation from the accrediting commission of career schools and colleges of technology and relocates to denver s capitol hill neighborhood 200 east 9th avenue the colorado state boards grants the colorado institute of art the authority to award an associate in occupational studies degree curriculum of general education classes to all art institute programs the colorado institute of art is granted the authority to award the associate of applied sciences degree culinary arts is added to the colorado institute of art degree program offerings the culinary

in various art institute classes students donate their creative talent and services to local non-profit organizations including the governor s residence preservation fund up with people colorado veterinary medical foundation red robin s next gourmet burger kids recipe contest benefiting the national center for missing exploited children children s diabetes foundation denver children s advocacy center namlo international rocky mountain youth clinic colorado kids challenge mach 5 md the women s global empowerment fund colorado state capitol renewable energy demonstration center colorado coalition for the homeless and more student editors writers and designers produce a biannual creative arts magazine art effects featuring information on the art institute of colorado events and people plus creative writing and artwork from student contributors students in the fashion retail management and fashion design programs produce pump magazine biannually which features the latest fashion trends

program overview baking pastry what is baking pastry the baking pastry program at the international culinary school at the art institute of colorado prepares students for job opportunities and career paths in the specialized industry within culinary whether focused on producing baked goods for a grocery store restaurant or a neighborhood bakery or concentrated on creating delicious desserts for a high-end restaurant this program guides students through the fundamentals of culinary and specializes in the art of producing baked goods pastries cakes and utilizes confectionery elements including candies and sculpture pieces associate of applied science and diploma curricula year one students are introduced to the fundamentals and techniques of baking and pastry specifics according to individual curriculum tracks are explored courses diploma ­ baking science and theory nutrition pastry techniques and artistry sanitation and safety artisan breads european cakes and tortes chocolates and

program description fashion design what is fashion design the fashion design program at the art institute of colorado prepares students to meet the highest requirements of the fashion industry with the understanding that a designer needs the indispensable foundational and technical skills to function effectively as a professional the program highlights each stage of the apparel design process with everything from functional to experimental clothing to merchandising and product development the curriculum combines skill sets to help students create original and creative garments and accessories consistent with established fashion trends and that emphasize the importance of integrating personal style and uniqueness the world of fashion is very dynamic with new trends evolving everyday the fashion design program teaches students how to adapt to changing styles and thought processes and how to apply these skills to the fashion world bachelor of arts curriculum year one students are

program description career opportunities assistant designer autocad drafter retail kitchen and bath sales showroom/sample librarian builder s consultant cabinet designer project manager manufacturer s representative marketing specialist and space planner kitchen bath design what is kitchen bath design the kitchen bath design program at the art institute of colorado is a specific area of interior design that prepares students to meet the highest demands of the growing industry with the understanding that a designer needs the indispensable foundational and technical skills to function effectively as a professional the program highlights different areas of kitchen and bath design including technical drawing and construction to marketing and promotion practices within the industry the curriculum combines various skill sets to help students create original designs that offer not only aesthetically pleasing and functional spaces but are consistent with established kitchen and bath trends

program description career opportunities web design interactive media what is web design interactive media the web design interactive media program at the art institute of colorado instructs students to combine design talent and creativity with interactive technology to expertly communicate and create user-centered solutions students are introduced to a wide variety of computer-based tools that aid in script writing designing graphics and utilizing elements of animation the skills acquired in web and interactive media design cross a range of delivery channels or platforms allowing for efficient and succinct communication and better reach of target markets with an eye on new design trends and software developments professionals in the field are able to listen and respond to a client s needs interface designer html scripter multimedia developer production artist web designer/animator flash developer internet application developer interactive designer creative director instructional

elements of retail operations and technology frm2329 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites sales and event promotion this course explores operational objectives in a retail structure an emphasis is placed on planning control profitability and staffing in a retail environment the use of technology in the industry and the responsibilities of retail executives are examined as well also career opportunities and ethical behavior of those individuals who choose to enter the retail arena are discussed articles pertaining to current issues found in trade publications and newspapers are reviewed and discussed in order to understand methods that have been created to expedite and increase profitability for the retailer engineering/architectural ca4336 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites three-dimensional animation this is an advanced course focusing on reproducing real-world effects and physics in the three-dimensional virtual world students match physical effects of lighting textures and

spanish iv gs4316 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites spanish iii this course is the second of a two-part leveltwo spanish course students who have proven basic level-one proficiency expand their knowledge and vocabulary through listening speaking reading and writing activities students become familiar with describing their activities in the past students explore spanish and latin american cultural characteristics and are encouraged to speak spanish both in the classroom and in settings outside of class special projects for web design and interactive media md4318 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites permission of the department chair the topics of this course change regularly based upon important artistic or technological trends and developments within the interactive media design industry special topics rs2315 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites permission of the department chair topics are addressed as they arise based on important artistic or technological trends and developments

admissions congratulations on your decision to pursue a career in the creative and applied arts these programs are very specialized and it is important to seriously consider your choice of major students must specify one program of study when applying to attend the art institute of colorado we hope that you will visit us visit our campuses and learn about the accomplishments of our alumni and faculty our admissions staff will help guide you through the admissions and application process and answer your questions you can also visit www.thisisai.com a website created for incoming students the site is packed with timely information and helpful resources designed to ease your transition and help you get off to a successful start in your art institutes experience visit thisisai.com to stay completely up-to-date with the enrollment process and familiarize yourself with what the campus and the surrounding area have to offer take advantage of such valuable features as a calendar that

academic grading system the grading system incorporates letter grades and codes which have the following numeric equivalents and definitions letter equivalent grade grade points a 4.0 a 3.7 b 3.4 b 3.0 b 2.7 c 2.4 c 2.0 c 1.7 d 1.4 d 1.0 f 0.0 additional letter codes tr external transfer credit p proficiency credit by portfolio or roficiency p w withdrawal from courses within the first 9 eeks w wf withdrawal from courses after the 9th week or week 4 of online/mid-quarter ip in progress academic honesty/dishonesty policy academic honesty is at the very foundation of teaching and learning because trust is important the sanctions for presenting the work of others as your own are severe students are ultimately responsible for maintaining academic honesty sometimes students are uncertain about what constitutes appropriate citation of work by others if you are unsure how to document work written or presented by others it is your responsibility to ask for help resources are

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