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Applied Graphics for Prototype and Design Certificate

Certificate Number 906141

This certificate emphasizes a combination of Marketing & Graphic Communications and Prototype & Design courses. Student will focus on computer graphics and model building.

Certificate Completers will be able to

Build a variety of prototype models and render, illustrate, and photograph various models.

Requirements for Certificate Entry:

. High school diploma or equivalent.
. High school background in mathematics and science.
. High school algebra or equivalent.
. Recent computer familiarity and ability to use a keyboard and mouse.
. Ability to sit behind a computer workstation for prolonged sessions.

Note

10-614-152, Prototyping-Introduction is offered only in the Fall.

Completers will be able to apply credits toward the following programs:

101117, Design and Graphic Technology
. 106142, Prototype & Design

Curriculum

Catalog No. Description Credits

10-614-113 2D Essentials
2
10-111-161 Macintosh Illustration
3
10-111-101 Macintosh-Image Editing
3
10-614-152 Prototyping-Introduction to
5

Certificate Total
13

Course Descriptions

10-614-113 2D Essentials... an introduction to technical communication, annotation, geometric construction, model, orthographic and pictorial, section and auxiliary views and dimensioning.

10-111-161 Macintosh Illustration...create and paint basic shapes, draw, transform objects, work with type, blend shapes and colors, work with layers, special effects, and color separations. An introduction to manipulating vector based images.

10-111-101 Macintosh-Image Editing...(Adobe Photoshop + Adobe Acrobat) scanning, editing, color correcting and creating composite montage photographs. Prepare images for publication in print. An introduction to manipulating bitmap images.

10-614-152 Prototyping-Introduction to...introduction to the prototype & design industry using a variety of shop tools and equipment, machine processes, and fabrication techniques with an emphasis on shop safety, hand skills, accuracy, professionalism, and working within specified tolerances to build three dimensional models.

For more information, please contact: The Business & Information Technology Department,(920) 498-5435 or (800) 422-NWTC, extension 5435,or contact Enrollment Services at 888-385-NWTC.