Course Catalog

 

Code Course Requisite(s) Description
ART101 Painting and Sculpting None A survey of the visual arts in Western Christian society, including discussion of genre, form, materials and themes. The course will address the historical impact of Christianity in the lives of painters and sculptors through the centuries and resulting artistic expressions. The course will focus on those artworks widely regarded as iconic masterpieces in the Western art tradition.
ART102 Music Appreciation ART101 A survey of fundamental aspects in Western music, typology of musical elements and forms and the development of their use in history. Focus on the major periods and the impact of Christianity on musical development in the West.
ART203 Architecture ART102 An introduction to the discipline of architecture with a focus on basic elements of architectural design: its forms, shapes, and structures and the factors which influence the development of these elements. Special focus given to the influence of Catholic faith in the west and the ways in which Roman Catholicism has affected major architectural advances through the centuries..
ART204 Theater and Poetry ART203 The study of these two expressive forms of human communication, passion, and ideas, with a historic focus on the influence of Christianity upon both art forms in the West through centuries. Unique contributions from Christian playwrights and poets will be considered.
BIC101 English Literature None Survey of the development of English literature, both prose and poetry. Students will study examples of the great English authors from the Medieval Period through the Modern Period. The role of faith and the Church in the development of literature will be examined. The course is intended to help students engage in basic analysis and criticism of English literature.
BIC102 Spanish Literature BIC101 Introduction to the history of Spanish literature. Students will consider peninsular works from the middle ages, the Spanish Golden Age, through the Enlightenment. The course will also consider representative Spanish American literature, and the impact of Roman Catholicism on the development of Spanish writings. Students will gain exposure to poetry, prose, and theater forms of Spanish literature.
BIC203 Cross cultural perspectives on the Americas I BIC102 This course is an introduction to the socio-political, cultural, and religious undercurrents which have historically shaped cross-cultural perspectives concerning the Americas. Students will study the impact of European colonization of the Americas and the role of the Christian church in shaping sometimes divergent perspectives on the development of the Western hemisphere.
BIC204 Cross cultural perspectives on the Americas II BIC203 This course is an introduction to the socio-political, cultural, and religious undercurrents which have historically shaped cross-cultural perspectives concerning the Americas. Students will study the impact of European colonization of the Americas and the role of the Christian church in shaping sometimes divergent perspectives on the development of the Western hemisphere.
CAT101 University Life None An overview of the Quiroga experience for incoming students. Students will be exposed to topics of diversity, ethical obligation, social systems, empowerment and intervention. Theories of mutual empowerment within the Catholic theological context will be explored.
CAT102 Philosophy of Human Person CAT101 Examines competing conceptions of personhood from the Catholic perspective as imago dei, as well as other theistic, deistic, and nontheistic traditions. Implications of each system as well as attending ethical considerations will be evaluated.
CAT203 Philosophy of Society CAT102 A study of the interplay between individuals and societal structures. Students will be challenged to explore the complex nature of mutual responsibilities within societies and the nature of societal problems: vocation, prejudice, and distribution of wealth.
CAT204 Philosophy of the Absolute (Theology) CAT203 An introduction to Catholic and other ideas concerning the nature of God, his attributes, character, and the mechanisms through which he works in this world. Implications of the divine nature upon epistemological and ethical systems will be developed.
CAT305 Faith and contemporary culture CAT204 The course will examine the role of Catholic and other faiths in contemporary society, paying special attention to the challenges of such faith in the context of scientific naturalism and cultural pluralism.
CAT306 Social Development CAT305 Contemplates the development of changing human ethical and social norms. Attention will be paid to the factors affecting such development, and the role of Catholic and other faiths in the shaping of such norms.
CAT407 General Ethics CAT306 Introduction to deontological and teleological foundations for ethical systems, applying the ethical systems stemming from both foundational structures to cultural, scientific, sociological, and political applications.
CAT408 Deontology CAT407 Exploration of deontological ethics, and variations within the deontological rubric, including Judeo-Christian varieties and other faith systems. Examines the role of sacred texts, evidentiary-based deontology and rationalism.
EAD301 Accounting CAT204 Introduction to financial accounting, including basic knowledge of financial reports, terminology, accounting practices, accrual accounting concepts and data gathering techniques.
EAD302 Introduction to administration CAT204 Survey of organization administration, its role, benefits and pitfalls. The course looks at basic administration theories and exposes students to the challenges of improving organization effectiveness and the problem-solving capacity of the organization.
EAD303 Introduction to computer science CAT204 This introductory course explores fundamental concepts underlying computing solutions to many problems. The laboratory component will introduce the student to personal computer operating systems on both Windows and Apple platforms. The course provides a survey of applications, the Internet, and a variety of business oriented applications.
EAD304 Economics CAT204 Study of micro and macro-economic theory and factors affecting economic systems: consumer behavior, supply and demand, price determination and market equilibrium. Evaluate emergent economic problems using current economic theories.
EAD305 Financial Mathematics CAT204 Mathematical systems widely utilized by finance professionals including forward and future contracts, hedging strategies and risk management, equities and bonds, their yields and the construction of yield curves.
EAD306 Cost Accounting EAD301 Study of cost accounting and managerial accounting principles, including budgeting and variance analysis, cost analysis for alternative productions and service opportunities, integration of cash flow and financial statement analysis, and further development of supporting accounting practices begun in EAD 501.
EAD307 Statistics and Probability EAD302 Introduction to descriptive statistics, including instruction on basic elements of probability, sampling, hypothesis testing, and analysis. The use of Excel or other statistical software in the exercise of statistical analysis.
EAD308 Human Capital EAD302 Examination of the use of human resources in the business context. Provides an overview of the central issues facing human resource administrators. Explores opportunities for the development of human capital in strategic planning. Considers ethical dilemmas and the unique contributions of Roman Catholicism toward a holistic approach to managing human capital ethically.
EAD309 Finance EAD305 The nature of business finance and the creation of wealth. The course will survey the following subjects: the time value of money, how stocks and bonds are valued, financial decision-making within a firm, an overview of financial markets, and investment banking.
EAD310  Introduction to marketing EAD302 Introduction to basic marketing concepts and the relationships between business objectives and marketing strategies. The course considers evaluation of marketing programs and nature of successful marketing campaigns. Students will be exposed to basic ethical problems facing marketing professionals and role of Christianity in formulating ethical marketing strategies.
EAD401 Evaluation of projects EAD309 Introduction to project management, including study of project systems, assets and resources, as well as the procurement and management thereof. Students will learn the emergent role of technology in the project management process and gain exposure to project management software.
EAD402 Market research EAD307, EAD310 Study of the importance of data collection, analysis and interpretation of data in marketing decision-making. Discussion of surveys and other quantitative tools available for marketing analysis.
EAD403 Logistics EAD307 Survey of issues affecting distribution and logistics management. The course will focus on practical considerations such as inventory management, selection of physical plant, transportation systems, order fulfillment and customer interface.
EAD404 Strategic Planning EAD302,EAD310 The challenges facing executive decision makers and the role of strategic planning in preparing business entities to face such challenges. The course will include a treatment of Business mission and objectives, corporate life cycle, SWOT analysis, competitive positioning, and exit strategies.
EAD409  Advertising EAD310 Survey of advertising: its history; societal, ethical and regulatory issues, with a discussion on the impact of Catholic faith and ethics upon advertising decision-making processes. Advertising processes are examined, including understanding target audience exercises, creating messaging, budgeting, advertising strategies, and evaluation of effectiveness.
EAD410  Innovation and product development EAD310 Study of the foundations of product development, including lead consumer research, incentives and requisite structures for corporate development. Topics such as timing, branding, and intellectual property considerations as well as funding, beta-testing and infra-corporate communication will be covered.
EAD413  Packaging EAD310 General survey of the packaging industry and its role in the larger strategic context of manufacturing. Students will learn about the packaging process, equipment involved, quality control systems and cost management procedures.
EAD414  Globalization and Geo-economics EAD304 Perspectives on globalization – production models, global culture and flows of trade. The course will introduce students to global finance, distribution models, environmental and health considerations, and the issues of cultural homogenization, per capita wealth and inequalities.
EAD418  Operation planning and control EAD302, EAD307 Operations Planning and Control (OPC) Systems consider planning and controlling all aspects of production operations, including managing materials, scheduling machines and personal, and coordinating suppliers and key customers. The student will gain a broad understanding of OPC Systems with special emphasis on supply-chain management and enterprise resource planning.
EAD405  Quality Systems EAD307 Study of effective systems in project management, methodologies for evaluating and implementing good quality control mechanisms. Insights into successful implementation of change management plans. Special attention will be given to information and workflow modeling methods for executive level decision making functions.
EAD406  Distribution Systems EAD307 Introduction to the role of distribution systems in a corporation’s marketing strategy. The course will examine typical channeling structures as well as methodologies for evaluating channel and system effectiveness.
EAD407  E Commerce EAD310 The integration of e-commerce in business marketing and development strategies. The course will cover data analytics, measurement tools, cost of customer acquisition and the use thereof in web design, and other infra structure considerations. Privacy regulations in national and international contexts, budgeting and outcomes evaluation will be among the topics covered.
EAD408  Directive Skills EAD308 An introduction to the broad range of theories and skills sets affecting business management. Leadership, motivation, concepts and models will be explored. The importance of team concepts and collaboration will be examined. The student will be exposed to ethical challenges facing business managers and the role of Catholicism in understanding and acting in such situations.
EAD411  Pricing EAD310 A survey of the strategies and frameworks for pricing goods and services. Topics covered include quantitative methods for pricing optimization, value-based pricing, discounting, psychological aspects of pricing and price customization.
EAD412  Sales Techniques EAD310 Study of sales theory, techniques, implantation and execution thereof. The priority of sales networks, sales strategies and the deployment of sales resources.
EAD415  International laws EAD414 An introduction to international, with an emphasis on the practice and theory of international business, focusing on managerial, operational, strategic, ethical, and environmental factors. Human rights issues, global trade theory, and forms of global economic integration will be examined.
EAD416  Customs operations EAD414 Survey of customs related issues affecting international import and export policies. Legal requirements for customs entries, goods classification systems, restricted and prohibited classifications. Emerging issues in customs compliance, processing procedures and import and export licensing controls.
EAD417  International procedures and documentation EAD304, EAD414 Considers the challenges of business implementation across borders in the international context. Develop tools to work in specialized international business markets, with a focus on problem solving, and technology management to assist with such problems.
EAD419  Operations research EAD307 General introduction to current theories and development in operations research, and decision-making modeling schemes. Students will study mathematical, deterministic, and stochastic models and receive an introduction into the role of simulations in the field.
HIS101  Greeks and Romans None Introduction to Hellenist expansion, birth of Roman imperialism. The course will focus on the development of Greek and Roman language, technology, and governmental structure as a platform for first and second century Christian expansion.
HIS102  The Judeo-Christian Revelation HIS101 A study of the spread of the Gospel from the Resurrection of Jesus through the Council at Nicaea and Constantine. Examination of the spiritual, cultural, sociological and political factors which fueled Christianity’s rapid expansion.
HIS203  From the Middle Ages to Modernity HIS102 A survey of the major western historical movements from A.D. 400-1800, including European feudalism, the birth of the Renaissance, the Protestant Reformation, to dawn of the Enlightenment period. The development of the church in Rome, challenges of the Papacy, and the expansion of the Roman Catholic Church, during this period will be considered.
HIS204  History of the Americas HIS203 An introduction into western European colonialism and the spread of Christianity in the Western hemisphere. The course will survey cultural, political and religious themes and the impact of such themes on the current landscape of Catholicism in the Americas.
INT401  Internship CAT306 Students will gain immersive, hands-on experience in an internship related to the student’s primary area of study. Oversight of students will occur both through student’s College academic advisor and on-site supervisor.
INT402  Internship CAT407 Student to gain immersive, hands-on experience in an internship related to the student’s primary area of study. Oversight of students to occur both through student’s College academic advisor and on-site supervisor.
LAN101  Language 1: Intermediate None The purpose of this course is to help students develop intermediate familiarity with basic communicative skills in a second language. The student should be able to converse about a wide range of common household, leisure, traveling, dining, and other common activities. Common technological and business phrases will be included as well.
LAN102  Language 2: Advanced LAN101 This course builds on LAN 101 and helps the student advance in his or her understanding of various nuances and idioms of the second language. The course will cover topics such as emotional dialogue and expressions of mood, how to express desires and wishes, and what is happening in current events.
LAN203  Language 3: Public Speaking LAN102 Building further on the skills developed in LAN 101, 202, in this course the student will develop measured levels of proficiency in speaking and understanding the second language. Rhetorical expression and technics will be developed as well as means for effectively leveraging idiom.
LAN204  Language 4: Professional Vocabulary LAN203 This course helps the student developing a substantive business vocabulary in his or her second language and provides problem-based opportunities for the student to utilize such vocabulary in complex financial and other business settings.
MSC101  Basic College Mathematics None An introduction to algebra, vectors, matrices, functions, linear equations, and basic quantitative reasoning. The course will focus on a wide variety of practical application of the concepts studied.
MSC102  Basic Statistics MSC101 Statistical analysis basic concepts and computational skills in decision making contexts. Integration of statistical information will be a key learning objective in this class. The course examines the central importance of statistics to drive decision-making processes.
MSC103  Sociology and Social Thought None Study of human behavior in community, including an introduction to basic social systems and theories, the importance of Christian/Catholic, and other social institutions, human groups and interactions. Analyze the impact of Roman Catholicism on important sociological problems.
MSC104  Human Biological Development None Introduction to biological formation and development of the human being. Basic biological processes, including cellular functions, reproduction, development, and a survey of human physiology will be covered in this course.
MSC205  Introduction to Psychology None An introduction to the study of behavior, human development and research methods and analysis. The importance of language and learning, memory and intelligence. Survey of personality types, social psychology and complex decision-making. The role and impact of Catholic faith on healthy psychological development.
MSC206  Introduction to National and International Politics None Survey of factors affecting the development and flux of political bodies inside the United States and internationally. Introduction to governmental structures, systems, and electoral processes. Assessment of cultural, historical, and economic influences upon political bodies. Consideration of the role of global faith organizations like the Roman Catholic Church to encourage ethical implementation of geopolitical systems.
MSC207  Factors and Repercussions of Immigration MSC206 Survey of the complex array of socio-economic, political and cultural factors impacting immigration trends. Examination and evaluation of divergent responses in the Americas and opportunities for meaningful responses from the Catholic and Christian communities of faith.
MSC208  Chemistry and Physics MSC101 A non-calculus introduction to the properties and laws of the objects and forces in the physical world, as well as the basic chemical structure and interactions of substances. Basic concepts such as vectors, Newtonian forces and atomic and molecular structures will be surveyed.
PSY301  Neuroanatomy CAT204 This course covers the basic structures and operations of the human brain. Students will learn about brain development, basic functions, blood supply, and control of the central nervous system.
PSY302  Biological bases of human psychology CAT204 Exploration of the biological basis for human behavior. An introduction to biopsychology and the role of the nervous and endocrine system’s impact on human emotions, thought and actions. The intersection between biological and Catholic theological explanation for human nature will be addressed.
PSY303  Psychology of childhood and adolescence CAT204 A study of human psychological development from infancy through childhood and adolescence. Description and evaluation of principles and theories of development in biological, cognitive, emotional and social spheres.
PSY304  Personality Theories CAT204 Introduction to the history and theories conceptualizing personality types, as well as the review and critical evaluation of major personality theories. The student will be exposed to alternative explanations, including Judeo-Christian explanations, of individual patterns of behavior, thought, and emotions.
PSY305  Language and Thinking CAT204 The role of language in cognitive and psychological development. The student will learn the stages of language development and the role of community, and especially Roman Catholic faith communities, in language acquisition and psychological formation.
PSY306  Theory and Techniques of Group PSY304 A survey of theories, methods, and evaluation of psychological techniques for the operation of client groups. Structure, dynamics, and issues of confidentiality and other ethical challenges will be discussed.
PSY307  Motivation and emotion PSY301 A study of human instincts, drives and needs, arousal and their sources. The interplay between the biological and spiritual sources of motivation and emotions. Distinctions between extrinsic and intrinsic motivation and the roll of internal and external factors upon such motivations.
PSY308  Psychometrics PSY302 A study of the use of psychological tests and batteries to evaluate intelligence, aptitude, personality, and psychopathology. Students will utilize basic statistical methods to further refine understanding of testing results and interplay between various psychological aptitudes.
PSY309  Psychology of adulthood PSY303 A study of the causes and development of adult cognitive, emotional and social stages. The course will survey psychological changes that accompany the human aging process. Research and theoretical approaches to understanding human memory, cognition, and personality adjustment.
PSY310  Psych Diagnosis PSY302 An introduction into the use of tests to evaluate personality and determine factors underlying human behavior. The course will consider methodologies and underlying theories for psychological testing intended to aid in the assessment and treatment of mental dysfunction.
PSY412  Organizational psychology PSY304 Theories and groups and the psychological characteristics of organizations and their interactions. Psychological group typologies, problems, issues and strategies toward collaboration.
PSY413  Work Psychology PSY304 Psychological considerations in the work place, the role of the discipline: benefits and limitations. Students will engage the human element of the working environment and come to understand the ways in which psychology can aid employers in helping both their companies and their employees.
PSY414  Theory and Techniques Interview PSY306 The role of the interview in psychological assessment; theories and techniques in vocational, social, personal, educational and rehabilitative contexts. Survey of helping skills and the components of effective interviews, concepts and methodologies.
PSY415  Psychology in the workplace PSY413 Survey of applied psychological methods in workplace contexts. Issues of leadership, group dynamics, and implementation of psychological instruments will be addressed. Issues of employee incentives, motivations and satisfaction as well as resolution of psychological problems occurring in group settings.
PSY416  Educational Psychology PSY307 Consideration of cognitive development and customization of educational techniques to address progressive psychological growth. Perspectives on the nature of human learning and the impact of divergent psychological theories on curriculum development and teaching activities.
PSY417  General teaching PSY307 Study on the nature of learning and how effective teaching leverages human psychological development. Students will be exposed to concepts of grounded cognition, mental modeling, metacognition and the social psychology of the classroom.
PSY418  Educational Technology PSY307 A survey of educational technologies and how such technologies correspond to human learning dynamics. The nature of active learning, collaborative learning and the tailoring of educational technologies to both approaches. Assessment and design-based research will be discussed.
PSY419  Curriculum Design PSY416 The importance of academic plans, curriculum models and design principles. Goal development, the role of assignments, choosing relevant course content, evaluative techniques, feedback and assessment.
PSY420  Training and staff development PSY412 This course studies the importance of continuing professional development, as well as strategies, cost management, and organizational implementation strategies. Students will explore the psychological impact of continuing education for employees and discuss alternative rationales for its inclusion.
PSY421  Organizational Development PSY413, PSY414 Study of the rise of organizations and strategies for their development. Contemporary trends in change management, qualitative and quantitative evaluation. Use of instrumentation in organizational change, group processes and organizational culture.
PSY411  Graph projective Test PSY308 Theories, methods, techniques and implementation of projective tests. Rorschach, MMPI, and other diagnostics instruments will be taught, in addition to the use of such instruments in the context of global therapeutic strategies. Includes training in assessment, clinical integration, and intervention.
PSY422  Compensation PSY412 A study of psychological implications and constructs in business compensation strategies. Theories of employee attraction, reward and motivation, quantitative principles in compensation management and psychological considerations for formation of global compensation policies.
PSY423  Design of evaluation instruments PSY416 Introduction to the development of instruments designed to improve educational quality of instruction. Discussion of summative and formative evaluations and the role of both peer and student reviews, as well as benefits, critique and theory.
PSY424  Educational and vocational counselling PSY416 Students will be able to recognize differences among their peers, identify educational problems of students at different stages, administer and interpret different types of tests and help students with learning difficulties and social/emotional problems.
VAR301  Fundaments of design CAT204 Introduction to the fundamentals of theory and practice of design. Survey of the elements of design composition, including symbols, typography, graphic composition, themes and the student’s view of design, and intersections of Catholic faith in the aesthetic. Extensive use of computer system software integrated in this introductory course.
VAR302  Natural and vectorial drawing CAT204 Techniques and spatial concepts underlying both natural and vector drawing processes. Help students think about and properly “see” objects for drawing. Concepts of line, mass, color, texture, style, form, perspective, composition will be covered.
VAR303  Advertising CAT204 Survey of advertising: its history, societal, ethical and regulatory issues, with a discussion on the impact of Catholic faith and ethics upon advertising decision-making processes. Advertising processes are examined, including understanding target audience exercises, creating messaging, budgeting, advertising strategies, and evaluation of effectiveness.
VAR304  Image and expression CAT204 An introduction to creative expression in the graphical design context. Study of the theory underlying image creation and effective expression of same. The importance of the aesthetic and religious integrations of faith in understanding the connection between soul, spirit, and the visual arts.
VAR305  Iconography and communication CAT204 The study of the use of images and symbols in communication. Historical exploration of iconography in sacred and secular contexts and the role of the Roman Catholic Church in the proliferation of icons as historic cross-cultural means of communication.
VAR306  Visual Semiotics VAR301 A study of the ways in which images communicate – the nature of meaning, imagery, metaphor, visual idiom and culture. Theories connecting symbol to human needs and desires and standards for evaluation will be discussed.
VAR307  Editorial design VAR302 Survey of publishing formats, digital and print, the role of photography and illustration. Trains students in editing skills including composition, typography, and audio visual effects in the digital context.
VAR308  Visual systems and codes VAR304 This course studies the nature of visual systems, symbols and cultural codes can lend greater meaning to a design. The course deconstructs famous logos and other sample designs to teach students how symbols and idiomatic codes communicate complex information with universal and meaningful applications.
VAR309  Design and contemporary art VAR301 A study of the cultural, spiritual, social forces underlying post 1960 artistic shifts, and the role of graphic design in this artistic movements. The student will explore the ways in which the graphic arts profession informs modern culture and vice versa. Discussion of professional duties, artistic integrity and the role of faith in the field.
VAR310  Fundaments of photography VAR304 An introduction to the art and craft of photography. The course will introduce students to basic photographic concepts including and understanding of photographic equipment, lenses, shutter speeds, aperture and depth of field. Additional topics to improve the student’s photo taking abilities will be covered: light, framing and layering, and composition.
VAR411  Audiovisual Language VAR306 Further study in work of “meaning-making,” and underlying theories concerning the nature of messages, signs and symbols. Discussion of the cultural nuances of language and the role of audiovisual components in language development. Integration of semiotics principals as a core component of visual arts approaches.
VAR413  Illustration VAR307 An introduction to the world of illustration and its forms. History of illustration philosophies and the impact on modern illustration techniques. The course will encourage the student to develop his or her own vision for illustration as well as the illustrator’s individualized approach to his or her work.
VAR414  Advertising Design VAR307 Study of advertising design, including creative visual elements and business considerations such as asset acquisition, budgeting, and timeline planning. Topics such as copywriting, color composition, branding, and client communication management issues will be addressed.
VAR415  Printing Systems VAR412 Survey of the printing technologies available to the visual arts industry, benefits and limitations. Process automation, small and larger format press equipment. Discussion of densitometers, spectrodensitometers, spectrophotometers, tone reproduction control software and color measurement software.
VAR416  Digital Edition VAR307 This course covers the important components for editing digital projects in a variety of formats. The student will be exposed to a variety of tools and techniques in digital editing software. Focus will be to train student in technology, but with an eye to the artistic point of view.
VAR417  Video VAR308 An introduction in the rapidly developing world of video design. The course will focus both on artistic and technological elements of video design and development. Exposure to HTML 5 Media, Flash, Quicktime, Video effects.
VAR418  Animation VAR417 History of animation technologies, their purposes and progression. Students will learn the basic principles of animation and develop familiarity with animation technologies. Analysis of real-world movement and the transition to animation to produce life-like effects. Uses and advantages of animation in marketing and other business settings.
VAR419  Techniques of Expression VAR411 Exploration of design solutions and presentation techniques. Students will become conversant in design media and develop skill and technique in method, composition, abstract qualities and content. Introduction to the range of graphical applications supporting design work.
VAR420  Visual rhetoric VAR411 The use of visual assets to facilitate argument and communication of rhetorical content. The course will address concepts of visual thinking and visual learning the integration of such concepts in visual rhetorical design.
VAR412  Design Strategies VAR308 History and evolution of design strategies in America and their continuing impact modern day design approaches. Varieties of media and strategic nuances. The importance of copy, typographic and their integration. Developmental principles for branding and incorporation of unified approaches over the course of an entire campaign.
VAR421  Creative methods VAR411 A deeper study of creativity, the design process, and techniques for creative thinking. Students will be encouraged to pursue innovative solutions to problems in expression. The role of the visual artist as contributor and his or her role as a professional business partner in the decision-making process.
VAR422  Web Design and Usability VAR416 An introduction to web design with an emphasis on the platforms and applications available for web design work. HTML 5, CSS3, Word Press, and other platforms will be covered, as well as content management systems and emerging topics in web design.
VAR423  Multimedia VAR416 Design and implementation of multimedia arts. The course will address the following topics: Basic digital video editing, video production, flash animation, and Actionscript 3 for designers. The uses of multimedia art in the business context, budgeting and marketing integration will be discussed.

 

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