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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 in the animation and visual effects industry special topics for industrial design it2392 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites permission of the department chair this course is an introduction to individual designers and the issues that drive their designs students investigate the issues surrounding current topics through research and discussion students create design concepts based on those issues special topics i for photography ph3335 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites permission of the department chair this course includes presentations demonstrations and field trips students have the opportunity to explore new trends technologies and developments in photography special topics ii for photography ph3351 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites permission of the department chair this course includes presentations demonstrations and field trips students have the opportunity to explore new trends technologies and developments in photography the ar t i nstitu te of c olorado 2009-2011 special topics i in fashion retail management frm4330 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites permission of the department chair the topics of this course change regularly a specific area of fashion retail management is investigated in-depth the course incorporates lecture field trips hands-on experience and experimentation so that students can create a final project in a special topic area special topics ii in fashion retail management frm4345 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites permission of the department chair the topics of this course change regularly a specific area of fashion retail management is investigated in-depth the course incorporates lecture field trips hands-on experience and experimentation so that students can create a final project in a special topic area specialized markets/accessories fn3350 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites none this course gives students the necessary tools to understand and present original ideas it will touch base on the historical aspects of influential accessories and materials in fashion as well as their impact on current trends specialized markets/active wear-knit design fn3345 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites none students become familiar with different types of knit fabrics lace and stretch the class will feature multiple product categories for designing activewear casualwear swimwear and lingerie specialized patternmaking fn3325 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites intermediate patternmaking this course teaches students about patternmaking and construction techniques for stretch fabrics speech gs2406 4 quarter credit hours prerequisites none students become more effective speakers and listeners by preparing and presenting informative and persuasive speeches and studying the dynamics of communication including methods of delivery and nonverbal communication also the course emphasizes research and information organization skills spirits beers and brews bc3335 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites food and beverage operations management this is an introduction to the main types of spirits beers and sake emphasis is given to methods of production raw materials origin and other factors as they affect price quality and style students are exposed to the terminology pertinent to the spirits industries store planning and lease management frm2344 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites elements of retail operations and technology visual merchandising this course is a workshop in which students design and prepare a visual presentation of a store concept/plan students explore the elements that combine to make a successful store layout traffic patterns furnishings fixtures and security storyboards rs2323 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites perspective and proportion students develop storyboarding and scripting techniques for visual storytelling topics include the purposes and formats of storyboards and the basic terminology and concepts used in storyboarding studio photography ph2325 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites advanced lighting students photograph a variety of subjects typical of professional assignments using appropriate tools and lighting studio production rs2340 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites fundamentals of lighting fundamentals of video production this course examines the operation of the television studio and focuses on live-to-tape studio production topics include multicamera production and the roles of the director producer and crew members basic on-camera television performance is also explored working in teams each student writes produces and directs a commercial announcement and a three-minute interview survey of photography ph3340 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites permission of the department chair this is an overview of the photographic industry including specialty fields available to professional photographers and a history of these fields students explore a variety of career opportunities through presentations by working professionals and field trips to business locations technical design fn3335 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites none students learn cost analysis size specification construction standards materials and production methods front and back flats from a computer-generated production package technical drawing fn2325 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites fashion drawing this course focuses on the development of presentation boards and technical illustrations manually and by computer-aided design technology technical perspective i rs1300 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites none students observe and apply one two and multiple-point perspective techniques to render three-dimensional forms for interior design illustrations students use various drawing mediums to explore the fundamentals of light and shadow line form and values technical perspective ii id1399 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites technical perspective i this course is a continuation of technical perspective i students further explore the principles of one and two-point perspective and the techniques to present shade shadow and texture technology and productivity dmg1354 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites computer applications students explore how businesses use technology to reach objectives students use current business productivity software textiles rs2306 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites none students explore the nature of man-made and natural materials as they apply to fashion apparel topics such as fibers yarns fabrics finishes textile regulations and the application of these materials to apparel are discussed textiles and finishes id2363 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites none explore the nature of man-made and natural materials used in interior finishes students discuss topics such as yarn fabric finishes design methods and the proper application of these materials theatrical effects and props design it2395 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites permission of the department chair students create masks props and support devices for stage cinematic-theming and advertising construction details are prepared to support the designs three-dimensional animation rs3360 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites three-dimensional modeling this is an introduction to basic threedimensional animation concepts applying keyframing techniques along a timeline students also apply changes in translation scale and rotation through space and time and are introduced to camera control three-dimensional modeling rs2330 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites digital image manipulation through critical analysis students apply basic design principles to the solution of visual problems using elements of three-dimensional design students conceptualize threedimensional coordinate systems construct three-dimensional models and perform mathematical computations as they apply to geometric construction topics in post-production dm3355 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites intermediate editing this course is an overview of topics in visual storytelling with an emphasis on postproduction students are given the opportunity to engage in postproduction workflow while exploring media systems and processes transportation design it4376 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites permission of the department chair students investigate the basic principles of various types of transportation topics include aerodynamics comfort and mechanical principles and futuristic designs students create layouts and scaled prototypes of their designs trends and concepts in apparel rs3355 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites none this is a comprehensive study of cultural and social issues that affect fashion and the emergence of trends students analyze the meanings and importance of clothing and apply these concepts to contemporary society two-dimensional animation ca2358 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites two-dimensional animation principles students apply basic animation principles to produce a sequence emphasis is on timing and performance and use of a capture device pencil tests inking and other twodimensional animation skills two-dimensional animation principles ca2323 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites life drawing for animation acting and movement students examine timing and weight through a series of projects designed to demonstrate the principle of animation topics include keyframing in-betweening and cycling two-dimensional animation studio ca3389 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites two-dimensional animation students work with team members on actual animation jobs from the field or create a completed animation that demonstrates storytelling techniques typography expressive and experimental gr2369 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites typography hierarchy digital grid systems digital illustration this course emphasizes the expressive potential of typography students experiment with how the written word affects the meaning students explore design elements from the perspective of history psychology and artistic interpretation typography hierarchy rs2310 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites digital layout this is a continuation of the study of digital typography this course introduces exercises and projects that focus on the hierarchical qualities of typography students examine the development of marketable original and creative solutions with an emphasis on creative techniques usability testing md3336 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites introduction to user-centered design this is an introduction to concepts and techniques used in usability testing by examining theories students explore common ways to locate errors or problems with interactive products and focus on web design usability testing vfx field production fx2305 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites fundamentals of lighting this is an introduction to the basic concepts and techniques in videography as related to visual special effects students are exposed to basic theories and terminology in video production and the handling of video equipment emphasis is on hands-on experience in single-camera video acquisition of images shot composition and camera movement are emphasized to obtain images of maximum quality that are translated into the digital environment for editing and compositing visual merchandising rs2300 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites none students examine the importance of eye appeal and consumer buying habits students create their own displays using the latest principles and techniques in the visual organization of merchandise viticulture and vinification i fb3310 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites food and beverage operations management this is an inclusive overview of france s classic wine regions including varietals growing conditions and cellar practices essential to production students will also explore the interrelationship of socio-cultural and historical attributes and their effect on french viniculture particular attention will be given to developing the student s sensory evaluation skills wine selection recipe testing and food pairing viticulture and vinification ii fb4320 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites food and beverage operations management this is an inclusive overview of the world s other classic wine regions including varietals growing conditions and cellar practices essential to production students will also explore the interrelationship of socio-cultural and historical attributes and their effect on regional viniculture particular attention is given to developing sensory evaluation skills wine selection recipe testing and food pairing special topics iii for photography ph4315 3 quarter credit hours prerequisites permission of the department chair this course includes presentations demonstrations and field trips students have the opportunity to explore new trends technologies and developments in photography 82 83 the art insti tute of colora do 2009-2011

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