*ARTH 2401 - Computer Art and Design
Computer Art and Design is a fundamental exploration of the visual elements of art and their relationship to the principles of design by using the computer to manipulate the formal elements of art. Emphasis rests on visual thinking through the use of two-dimensional problem-solving structures within a computer- created environment. This course is cross-listed with CISP 2401.
Prerequisites & Notes
Note: This course was formerly ART 2401.
Prerequisites: INFS 1100, ARTH 1110, or instructor’s permission.
3 Credit Hours - 6 Lab Hours (Variable)
Note: * Course designed for transfer.
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