Graduate Catalog 2010-12

Graphics Technology

 

Note: Additional work will be required for graduate credit in 400-level courses.

GRT 402         Topics in Graphics Technology                                                       1 TO 3
Prereq.:  Permission of department chair. An individualized inquiry of comprehensive study into a selected technical area. The student may elect to examine processes, products or developmental aspects of graphics technology. May be used as an elective on a graduate student's planned program of study with the permission of the program advisor. Course may be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits for different topics. On demand. 

GRT 405         Applied Topics in Graphics Technology                                                  3
Prereq.:  Permission of department chair. A laboratory oriented course providing comprehensive study of a selected technological topic. May be used as an elective on a graduate student's planned program of study with the permission of the program advisor. Course may be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits for different topics. Lecture/lab meets 5 hours per week. On demand. 

GRT 442         Print Production                                                                                         3
Prereq.:  GRT 212. Applied study of pre-production, production, and post-production in the printing industry. Lecture/lab meets 5 hours per week.

GRT 462         Advanced Graphic Arts Techniques                                                         3
Prereq.:  GRT 442. Integrated experience of advanced instruction in both flexo, offset and digital printing. Experiences will include advanced color work and direct to press operations. Cultural and historical aspects of graphic arts and industrial visitations. (Lab). Lecture/lab meets 5 hours per week.

GRT 472         Digital & Film Photography                                                                       3
Principles of conventional and digital camera techniques. Includes camera handling, exposure, composition, developing, printing, and editing. Darkroom plans and equipment listings will be evaluated. Field trips to selected photography studios. Lecture/lab meets 5 hours per week. Open to all students. Fall.  

 

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