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| Intro to Computer Graphics | Intro to 3D Graphics | Electronic Illustration | Intro to Art | Web Media |
ACG 108 offers a comprehensive overview of the many ways that computers are used in graphics and multimedia. It combines historical insights into the development of digital media, with simple hands-on projects that clarify each topic through practical applications.
This class satisfies Fullerton College general education graduation requirements (Area C.1) and is suitable for computer graphics majors as well as non-majors.
A list of topics covered, and additional details are in the syllabus, accessible after logging into the course. Failure to log in within the 1st week of classes, and to follow the directions in the syllabus, will result in the student being dropped as a no-show.
This is a full online class, and all activities will be carried out over the Internet. You won't be required to come on campus at any time during the course.
The book will be available for purchase at the Fullerton College bookstore.
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