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                             SUMMER 2011	                                  JUNE-AUGUST




                                     BUSINESS OF                          SOCIAL
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001




                                     DIGITAL ARTS                         MEDIA
1 University of New Mexico
UNM Continuing Education




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                                            Graphic Design                              10
                                            Website Design/Development              12, 24
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                                            Multimedia                                  14
                                            Photography                                 16
                                            Filmmaking                                  18
                                            Music Production                            21
                                            Animation & Motion Graphics                 22
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Table of Contents
Welcome! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Advisement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Facility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Prerequisites and Course Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Applying for Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Faculty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Graphic Design/Print Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Website Design Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Multimedia Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Digital Photography Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Digital Filmmaking Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Apple Creative Professional Certifications . . . . . . . . .19
Music Production Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Animation and Motion Graphics Certificates . . . . . . .22
Web Developer Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Digital Arts Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
      Computer Skills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
      Graphic Design and Visual Communication . . .29
      The Business of Digital Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
      Digital Photography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
      Digital Videography and Filmmaking . . . . . . . . .41
      Computer Graphics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
      Animation and Video Production . . . . . . . . . . . .50
      Audio and Music Production . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56
      Apple Creative Professional for Video,
      Audio and Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57
      Web Design and Development . . . . . . . . . . . . .61
Course Skills Assessments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .67
Registration Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
                                Welcome!                                              The Digital Arts Program
                                to the Digital Arts Program at
                                                                                     General Information
                                UNM Continuing Education.                                 The Digital Arts Program at UNM Continuing Education provides non-credit
                                                                                          training in all aspects of digital arts including graphic design, computer
                                We provide quality up-to-date curriculum in               graphics, web design, photography, filmmaking, video, audio, motion
                                a variety of Digital Arts topics to meet your             graphics, animation, and music production. We are also the only Apple
                                vocational goals and needs. Our instructors are           Authorized Training Center in New Mexico. Courses may be taken as part of
                                                                                          a certificate program or independently.
                                professionals in the fields they teach, providing
                                                                                        Certificate Programs
                                valuable opportunities for networking and
                                                                                          Eight certificate topics are available, listed below. Level I certificates provide
                                real-world experience.                                    a beginning overview of the field. Level II certificates provide the advanced
                                Anyone over 18 may take our Digital Arts                  training needed to enter the job market. The shorter Basics certificates are
                                                                                          designed for the non-professional who needs to get started quickly.
    Caroline                    classes. Pursue a certificate in the topic of your
                                                                                           The number of hours required vary per certificate. (See certificate require-
                                choice or just explore the classes that interest           ments starting on page 10.) Prerequisites are not included in the certificate
    Orcutt                      you. If you have prior experience or specific              hours. Full-time students should be able to complete one certificate in two
                                goals, customizing your certificate program is             semesters or fewer, and students may work towards more than one certificate
    Digital Arts                                                                           concurrently. Customized training and certificates are also available.
                                an option. Make an appointment for
    Program                                                                                Graphic Design/Print The Graphic Design/Print certificates focus on
                                advisement, stop by to see our facility, or just
    Supervisor                                                                             professional design and production for printed materials including brochures,
                                register to get started. We are conveniently               newsletters, ads, letterhead packages, posters, books, etc.
                                located on University Blvd, just north of Indian           Website Design The Website Design certificates focus on building and
                                School, with free parking.                                 maintaining professional and effective websites. Various tools and techniques
                                                                                           for web editing, graphics and marketing are presented.
                                If there is a topic you would like to see that is
                                                                                           Multimedia The Multimedia certificates focus on design and production
                                not in the catalog, let us know! Feel free to              for print and electronic media including websites, CDs, DVDs, self-running
                                contact me with your questions. I will be happy            presentations, as well as brochures, newsletters, ads, etc.
                                to help you.                                               Digital Photography The Digital Photography certificates offer training in
                                                                                           digital photography and photo-editing which may be used in print and web
                                                                                           design, as a fine art medium, or in commercial photography.
                                Sincerely,                                                 Digital Filmmaking The Digital Filmmaking certificates provide training
                                                                                           in camera and editing techniques, motion graphics, audio, and demo reels.
                                                                                           Or, break into film as a Film Production Assistant.
                                                                                           Apple Pro Certifications These certificates are designed to create a
    Phone:                                                                                 benchmark for assessing users’ proficiency in Apple’s professional video editing
                                                                                           and music production applications to distinguish yourself in the job market.
    (505) 277-6037                                                                         Animation and Motion Graphics The Animation and Motion Graphics
                                                                                           certificates offer training in character design, 2D and 3D animation, computer
    Email:
                                                                                           graphics and visual effects used in game design, film and the Web.
    digitalarts@dce.unm.edu                                                                Music Production Enter the world of modern music production with digital
                                                                                           recording, editing and mixing techniques for music bed, soundtrack, hip hop,
                                                                                           rhythm and blues, rock, electronic music creation and more.

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Advisement                                                                               Policies
    Working Towards a Certificate                                                           Attendance
      Certificate students should fill out a student information form or contact the          One hundred percent attendance is required to qualify for each course
      program supervisor to be put on the program mailing list. Contact the                   certificate. If you must miss a class, you may apply for a make-up session by
      program supervisor at any time with your questions or to ensure that accurate           submitting a Make-Up Request form to the reception desk or your instructor.
      certificate requirements and any customized curriculum needs are being met.           Waiting Lists and Changes to the Schedule
    Underage Students                                                                         If a course is full, please ask to be put on a waiting list with the registration
      If you are age 12-17 and wish to attend Digital Arts classes, contact                   office or online. If enough people are interested, we may open another section
      the program supervisor for information and an interview.                                of a course. Check our website for the most current list of classes and changes.
    For More Information                                                                    Refunds and Discounts
      To make an appointment for advisement or to order a current Digital Arts                Your tuition, minus a $15 cancellation fee per non-credit course, will be
      catalog, contact Caroline Orcutt, Program Supervisor, at:                               refunded if a written request is submitted to us at registration@dce.unm.edu
      1634 University Blvd NE                    Mailing Address:                             and received in the registration office 72 hours prior to the first class meeting.
      Phone: (505) 277-6037                      UNM Continuing Education                     Refer to the UNM Continuing Education main catalog for more specific
      Fax: (505) 277-8975                        MSC07 4030                                   refund, cancellation, and transfer policies and for any current discounts.
      Email: digitalarts@dce.unm.edu             1 University of New Mexico                   UNM Tuition Remission is accepted.
      Web: dce.unm.edu                           Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
    Loans and Financial Aid
                                                                                         Prerequisites and Course Options
                                                                                              Prerequisites are listed with each course description. These prerequisites
      Visit our website at http://dce.unm.edu/loans-financial-aid.htm for detailed            prepare you for the next course and must be fulfilled before advancing. If you
      information on available loans and financial aid for non-credit programs.               have prior experience with a topic, you may place yourself in the most
      Tuition assistance may be available if you are unemployed, a veteran or active          appropriate class. For basic prerequisite course assessments, see page 67.
      military or spouse, or someone with a disability. Other options include                 “Suggested” courses are not required, but may enhance comprehension.
      training or education loans or a managed payment plan. Contact the program
      supervisor to help you choose the training and funding options that work best         Beginning Computer Courses
      for you and to complete any required paperwork.                                         Operating System Basics (52008/54101/11) or basic computer and operating
                                                                                              system knowledge is a prerequisite for all beginning computer courses in
Facility                                                                                      Digital Arts. Students with computer experience may waive this prerequisite.
                                                                                            Course Substitutions
    Location
                                                                                              If you have prior experience or training in related topics, you may, at the
      Most courses are held in the UNM Continuing Education complex south
                                                                                              department’s discretion, make appropriate course substitutions for required
      building at 1634 University Blvd. NE in Albuquerque, just north of Indian
                                                                                              courses in a certificate program after undergoing a portfolio review. Contact
      School. Stop by to visit our facility or make an appointment for a tour.
                                                                                              the program supervisor to schedule an appointment.
      Alternate locations are indicated at the time of registration.
                                                                                            Fast Track Courses
    Parking
                                                                                              Fast Track courses are designed for those who already have some experience
      Parking is free and readily available for all classes held at the UNM Continuing
                                                                                              with the subject matter and need to review or enhance their skills, or for the
      Education/UNM Conference Center complex. Please refrain from parking in
                                                                                              very advanced computer user who needs a more fast-paced course.
      the clinic or Masonic Lodge parking lots adjacent to our campus. Your car
      may be towed or ticketed. If our front and back parking lots are full, overflow       Concentrations
      parking is located at 1642 University Blvd NE, two lots north of our campus.            You may choose one or more concentrations or a combination of concentrations
    Computer Labs                                                                             when working towards a certificate that offers this choice.
      Most of the computer courses are held in one of our dual-platform Digital
      Arts labs. Certificate students are encouraged to become familiar with and use
                                                                                         Applying for Certificates
      both Macintosh and PC computers during class time. Practice time may be                Requirements
      scheduled by calling the program supervisor.                                             There is no deadline for completing coursework for a master certificate.
                                                                                               However, after two years, the requirements may change. Contact the program
                                                                                               supervisor to ensure your requirements are up to date. Note: Keep your class
                                                                                               certificates for submission. See pages 10-24 for certificate requirements.

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    Submissions                                                                           John Grace
      To apply for a master certificate, submit copies of your class certificates along   John is an award-winning director of photography, gaffer and cameraman with over
      with a cover letter indicating the certificate requested to the program             25 years of experience in the industry. He has worked on scores of theatrical features
      supervisor. Include your full name, mailing address, phone number, email            and national TV shows and on hundreds of industrials and commercials. He teaches a
      address, and a list of any approved course substitutions. An appointment with       variety of camera and lighting classes and is currently a vice-president of IATSE Local
      the supervisor may be required.                                                     480, the union representing film technicians.
    Independent Study                                                                     Jeremy Jaramillo, BA
      All Level II master certificate candidates are required to complete an              BA in Advertising from the University of New Mexico. Jeremy has over five years of
      Independent Study course and project or approved substitution. Independent          experience in Web and Graphic Design, specializing in Wordpress and Content
      Study students are also required to submit final computer files and printed         Management Systems. He currently works as a Web Designer at the University of
      samples of their project to the department for approval and potential display       New Mexico.
      and publication. Portfolio reviews and job prospects are available upon             Jeff LaFlamme, BFA
      completion of these requirements.                                                   BFA in Animation, Rhode Island School of Design. For over 15 years, Jeff has been
                                                                                          the executive producer of an award-winning animation studio. He has animated,
Faculty                                                                                   designed and storyboarded on numerous feature, television and commercial
                                                                                          productions for major studios. He specializes in Toon Boom, Flash and Maya
Lorenzo Barr, BFA
                                                                                          character/cartoon animation.
BFA in Media Arts and Computer Animation from AIA, with an emphasis in
Mechanical Simulation Technology. Lorenzo has over 5 years experience in                  Sean Lemons, BFA
developing e-learning interactive program applications on technical equipment as a        BFA in Computer Graphics from Central Missouri State University. Sean has 14 years
defense contractor. He currently works as a Multimedia Design Engineer for                of combined experience as an interactive systems developer with experience building
Lockheed Martin.                                                                          and maintaining high-end web sites, kiosks, CDs, and multimedia software as well,
                                                                                          with a background in graphic design, interface design, usability and accessibility issues.
Joey Belville, ACT
Joey Belville is an award-winning music producer who has many national releases to        Emily Lewis, BA
his credit, several of them recorded in Logic Pro. He was an early adopter of             BA in Psychology, St. Mary's College of Maryland. Emily is an independent web
computer based audio recording and has been using it on a professional level for over     designer and developer with over 12 years experience. She specializes in standards,
10 years. Joey is an Apple Certified Trainer for Logic Pro.                               semantics, accessibility and ExpressionEngine. Emily is the author of “Microformats
                                                                                          Made Simple,” a contributing writer for several industry publications, and a speaker
Cindy Bernier, BFA
                                                                                          for conferences all over the country.
BFA with a Graphic Design emphasis from University of Arizona. Cindy has over 25
years of experience as art director for large healthcare companies and advertising        Maggie Macnab
agencies. Currently she teaches and owns her own design and advertising business.         Maggie has owned her visual communications business since 1981. She has received
Her work has won many national and international awards, including one of the             international recognition for corporate identity and graphic design. She writes about
prestigious “1% for the Arts” awards for New Mexico.                                      creativity and design theory, speaks at national conferences, and gives workshops on
                                                                                          symbolism. Her recent book Decoding Design was published by HOW Design Books
Pat Berrett, MBA
                                                                                          in 2008.
MBA, UNM Anderson Schools. Pat has worked in commercial photography since
1980. His primary client base includes those in the arts, crafts, and performing arts.    Mary Ellen Merrigan
He also works with many high tech and emerging technology clients.                        BA in Speech, emphasis Radio/Television, Northwest Missouri State University.
                                                                                          Graduate of SelfGrowth.com’s Social Media University. Mary Ellen is president of a
Mark Casias, BS/BA
                                                                                          local marketing business and has developed successful D.I.Y. (Do It Yourself)
BA in Communications, UNM. BS in Information Technology, University of                    marketing strategies for a wide range of clients. She emphasizes the benefits of
Phoenix. Mark has been working in web development for over 15 years. He is an             combining traditional and social/online media.
application programmer for UNM Hospital and co-host of the Duke City Tech
podcast. Mark is passionate about web standards and programming with best practices       Richard Mertz, JD
in mind.                                                                                  JD, University of Michigan Law School. Richard is an attorney in UNM’s Office of
                                                                                          University Counsel where his practice areas include copyright, trademarks, and
Virginia Debolt, MA
                                                                                          commercial matters. He served for five years as general counsel for the New Mexico
After a career in public education, Virginia embarked on a new career in technology,      Environment Department and worked as a geologist before earning his JD. He
teaching web design classes and writing several books about web design, HTML, CSS         frequently lectures on copyright law to educators, artists, art patrons and lawyers.
and Dreamweaver. She contributes to the Web Standards Project online web design
curriculum called InterACT.

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Marc Louis Mintz, BA, ACTC ACSP, ACHDS                                                   Scott Saltsman, BFA
Marc is CIO of a local IT consulting and service firm. He is the only New Mexico         BFA in Art from the Design Center for Creative Studies, College of Art & Design,
member of the Apple Consultants Network to hold certification as both Apple              Detroit, and completed graduate studies in design at the California Institute of the
Certified Technical Coordinator and Apple Certified Support Professional. In             Arts, Los Angeles. Saltsman is a Los Angeles based entertainment industry art
addition, he has produced award-winning graphic design and print advertising for         director and designer—his creative credits include design projects for Sony Music,
Lexus, Infiniti, Toyota, Nissan, and Taco Bell.                                          Warner and Stan Lee Media– creator of X-Men and Spiderman.
Barak Naggan, ACT                                                                        Shayne Sawyer, BS
Award-winning adventure videographer/editor and stills photographer since 1995.          BS in Political Science, UCLA. Originally from Los Angeles, Shayne has produced
Barak has traveled around the world shooting documentaries, worked as a                  commercials, videos, documentaries and movies for the American and European
cinematographer on short and feature films, and was the primary videographer for an      markets, filming throughout the US, Canada and Europe for over 25 years. Her
aerial photography company. Barak has shot and edited video for the European             expertise covers all facets of production. Now residing and working in New Mexico,
National Geographic Channel and is an Apple Certified Trainer for Final Cut Pro.         Shayne brings insight into the production process that has taken many years to acquire.
Jason Nakai                                                                              Joanne Schmidt, BM
Jason is a freelance web designer and developer specializing in streaming media and      Bachelor of Music from Hardin-Simmons University. An award winning photographer
interactive learning objects. He began his career working with the US Army where he      and UNM Continuing Education Digital Arts graduate, Joanne owns and operates
developed interactive media and educational software. His main interest still lies in    her own digital image business. She specializes in filmmaking and photo art created
educating through technology and the use of rich media. Jason currently co-manages       with High Dynamic Range techniques. Her photo art and greeting cards are
Webuquerque, one of the New Mexico Adobe User Groups.                                    exhibited in various galleries throughout New Mexico.
Dan Noyes, BFA                                                                           Doug Stine, MBA
BFA from UNM with an emphasis in Photography. Dan has worked in printmaking              MBA, Santa Clara University. Doug Stine is a seasoned marketing and business
for over 10 years. His artwork has been exhibited in the US and Canada and has been      professional with more than 20 years of experience in Silicon Valley, where he held
published in several publications, including Inquiring Mind and Remembering 9/11         senior positions in advertising and marketing. Most recently he served as
Through the Eyes of A Printmaker. He has completed Public Art Commissions for            CEO/publisher of New Mexico Business magazine.
the City of Albuquerque and Urban Forest.                                                Brad Stoddard, ACT
Richard Nunez, MBA                                                                       Owner of a local production and postproduction company, Brad directs, produces and
MBA with an emphasis in marketing from the University of Phoenix. An award-              is a supervising picture editor with awards and credits in television, documentary and
winning photographer, Richard owns and operates his own photography business. He         narrative film. He is an Apple Certified Trainer for Final Cut Pro Level Two.
specializes in wedding photography, and also does portrait photography, maternity,       Lisa Tannenbaum, BM
and architectural photography.
                                                                                         Bachelor of Music from New England Conservatory of Music. An award-winning
Cristina Olds, BA                                                                        digital photographer, Lisa owns and operates an online photography business. In
BA in Spanish Literature from the University of California at Santa Cruz. Cristina has   addition, she has worked as a freelance web designer, specializing in search engine
over 17 years of graphic design experience in printing, publishing, and health care.     optimization and the arts, since 1998.
She is an associate editor for a local bi-weekly magazine and owns her own graphic       Zac Van Note, BFA
design business. She’s been teaching graphic design and computer software classes to
                                                                                         BFA in Graphic Design, New Mexico State University. Zac has over 20 years of
adults and college students since 2003.
                                                                                         experience in graphic design and marketing communications. He has worked on a
Caroline Orcutt, MA                                                                      wide range of print projects, including catalogs, magazines and tradeshow booths. For
MA in Art from UNM, emphasis in Printmaking and Photography, minor in Art                the last 10 years he has also worked as a multimedia developer creating websites,
History. Caroline has over 30 years of experience in graphic design and web design.      computer-based training and interfaces for web applications.
She ran her own business for many years and specializes in teaching graphic design       Molly Wakeman, MFA
and typography. Caroline is the UNM Continuing Education program supervisor for
                                                                                         MFA, University of New Mexico, emphasis in Sculpture; BFA, Alfred University,
Digital Arts.
                                                                                         emphasis in Graphic Design, minor in Art History. Molly has over 10 years of design
Anita Quintana, BFA                                                                      experience consulting and working for a number of internationally renowned design
BFA in Graphic Design, Eastern New Mexico University. Anita has been working             studios in New York City.
professionally as a multimedia designer and educator for over 30 years. She owns a
graphic design business specializing in design and consultation for both print and web
media. Anita is a regular contributor to the award-winning Revealed and Design
Professional series published by Thomson Learning.

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Graphic Design/Print Certificate Summer 2011 Requirements                        Graphic Design/Print Certificate                      Summer 2011 Requirements
LEVEL I 15-17 courses required (159 hours min)                                   LEVEL II 12 courses required (110 hours min)

     Required Design Courses and Conference (5):                                     Prerequisites (as needed):
        NO.           COURSE                                          HOURS              Graphic Design/Print Certificate Level I courses, as needed, or equivalent
        55101         Graphic Design and Visual Communication          15                experience
        55102/322     History of Graphic Design OR Photography         12            Required Design Courses (3):
        55103         Typography                                       12
        55105         2D Design                                        12                NO.            COURSE                                               HOURS
        55201         Drawing Basics for Graphics                      12                55108          Symbols: Introduction to Visual Literacy                  8
                                                                                         55202          Illustration Fundamentals                                12
     Required Business Courses (2):                                                      55221/6392 Color Theory                                                  6
        55604         Writing Creative Copy for Print and Web Media     9
                                                                                     Design Electives (choose 2):
        55625         Legal Issues in Digital Arts                      8
                                                                                         55106          Advertising Design                                       12
     Computer Prerequisites (as needed):                                                 55107          Publication Design                                       12
        52008/54101/11 Operating System Basics                        0-12               55122          The Creative Process                                      9
        54116         File Transfer From Macintosh to Windows                            55123          Logo Design                                              12
                      and Back Again                                   0-3               55224          Cartoon Design                                           12
     Required Computer Courses (8):                                                      55804          Photography Composition                                   6
        56101         Computer Graphics: An Introduction                12           Required Business Course (choose 1):
        56121/6       InDesign: Beginning                             8-12               55622          Marketing and Self Promotion for Digital Artists          6
        56122         InDesign: Intermediate                            12               55623          Marketing with Social Media                               9
        56181         Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs                     8               55624          Starting a Digital Arts Business                          6
        56185         Digital Prepress                                  12               55627          Portfolios for Photographers and Designers                6
        56211         Illustrator: Beginning                            12
                                                                                     Required Independent Study (1):
        56311         Photoshop: Beginning                              12
        56391         Color Management and Calibration                   3               55701          Independent Study in Digital Arts                        15
                                                                                     Required Computer Courses (3):
                                                                                         56123          InDesign: Advanced                                       12
                                                                                         56212          Illustrator: Intermediate                                12
                                                                                         56312/27       Photoshop: Intermediate OR Photoshop for Print        8-12
                                                                                     Computer Elective (choose 1):
Graphic Design Basics Certificate Summer 2011 Requirements                               56129          Book Publishing with InDesign                             8
9-10 courses required (94 hours min)                                                     56213          Illustrator: Advanced                                   12
                                                                                         56312/27       Photoshop: Intermediate OR Photoshop for Print        8-12
                                                                                         56313          Photoshop: Advanced                                      12
     Prerequisite (90 as needed):
         NO.            COURSE                                        HOURS
         52008/54101/11 Operating System Basics                       0-12           Electives (1 or more):
                                                                                         Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-59999)                   8-16
     Required Courses (9):                                                               for a total of 8-16 hours
         55101          Graphic Design and Visual Communication         15
         56101          Computer Graphics: An Introduction              12
         56121/6        InDesign: Beginning                           8-12
         56122          InDesign: Intermediate                          12         Digital Arts 6-Pack Discount
         56181          Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs                   8
         56185          Digital Prepress                                12
         56211          Illustrator: Beginning                          12         Package your Digital Arts classes for increased savings. Register for six
         56311          Photoshop: Beginning                            12         Digital Arts, Macintosh or Web Programming classes (course numbers
         56391          Color Management and Calibration                 3         54000-61999) at the same time and receive a package discount of $210.
                                                                                   Inquire at registration at (505) 277-0077. Some restrictions may apply.



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Website Design Certificate                  Summer 2011 Requirements              Website Design Certificate                    Summer 2011 Requirements
LEVEL I 17-19 courses required (185 hours min)                                    LEVEL II Design Concentration: 14 courses required (130 hours min)
                                                                                           Development Concentration: 14 courses required (139 hours min)
     Required Design Courses (5):                                                          Both: 17 courses required (166 hours min)
        NO.           COURSE                                          HOURS
        55101         Graphic Design and Visual Communication          15             Prerequisite (as needed):
        55102/232/322/32 History of Graphic Design, Animation,                            Website Design Certificate Level I courses, as needed, or equivalent
                               Photography, OR Filmmaking             8-12                experience
        55103         Typography                                        12
        55125         Designing for the Web                             12            Required Design Courses (3):
        55231         Storyboarding                                      9                NO.              COURSE                                              HOURS
                                                                                          55105            2D Design                                              12
     Required Business Courses (2):                                                       55108            Symbols: Introduction to Visual Literacy                8
        55604         Writing Creative Copy for Print and Web Media     9                 55221/6392 Color Theory                                                  6
        55625         Legal Issues in Digital Arts                      8
                                                                                      Design Electives (choose 1):
     Computer Prerequisites (as needed):                                                  55106            Advertising Design                                     12
        52008/54101/11 Operating System Basics                        0-12                55122            The Creative Process                                    9
        54116         File Transfer From Macintosh to Windows                             55123            Logo Design                                            12
                      and Back Again                                   0-3                55201            Drawing Basics for Graphics                            12
     Required Computer Courses (10):                                                      55801/3          Photography with a Digital Camera                   12-15
        56101         Computer Graphics: An Introduction               12                 55804            Photography Composition                                 6
        56181         Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs                    8             Required Business Course (choose 1):
        56211         Illustrator: Beginning                           12                 55622            Marketing and Self Promotion for Digital Artists        6
        56311/51      Photoshop: Beginning OR Fireworks                12                 55623            Marketing with Social Media                             9
        57111         Flash: Beginning                                 12                 55624            Starting a Digital Arts Business                        6
        58101         Creating and Maintaining a Website               12                 55627            Portfolios for Photographers and Designers              6
        58111         (X)HTML: Beginning                               12                 58601            Website Marketing and Promotion                         6
        58117         CSS: Cascading Style Sheets                       8
        58121         Dreamweaver: Beginning                           12             Required Independent Study (1):
        58122         Dreamweaver: Intermediate                        12                 55701            Independent Study in Digital Arts                      15
                                                                                      Required Computer Courses (4):
                                                                                          56311/51         Photoshop: Beginning OR Fireworks                      12
                                                                                          58123            Dreamweaver: Advanced                                  12
                                                                                          58201            Principles of Accessible Web Design                     6
                                                                                          58401            Web Programming: Basics                                12
Web Design Basics Certificate                     Summer 2011 Requirements            Design Concentration (choose 3):
9-10 courses required (103 hours minimum)                                                 56312            Photoshop: Intermediate                                12
                                                                                          56326            Photoshop for the Web                                  12
     Prerequisite (as needed):                                                            57112            Flash: Intermediate                                    12
         NO.            COURSE                                        HOURS               58128            Using Dreamweaver and Flash Together                    3
         52008/54101/11 Operating System Basics                       0-12            Development Concentration (choose 3):
     Required Courses (9):                                                                57131/8411 ActionScript: OR Javascript Beginning                        12
         55101          Graphic Design and Visual Communication        15                 58112/5          (X)HTML: Intermediate OR HTML 5                        12
         56101          Computer Graphics: An Introduction             12                 58130/9411 Dreamweaver and PHP: Connect to a Database                   12
         56181          Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs                  8                                  OR Web Programming with PHP and MySQL
         56311/51       Photoshop: Beginning OR Fireworks              12                 58221/231        Content Management Systems OR WordPress                12
         58101          Creating and Maintaining a Website             12             Electives (1 or more):
         58111          (X)HTML: Beginning                             12                 Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-59999)
         58117          CSS: Cascading Style Sheets                     8                 for a total of 8-16 hours                                             8-16
         58121          Dreamweaver: Beginning                         12
         58122          Dreamweaver: Intermediate                      12
                                                                                    For Web Developer Certificate, see page 24.

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Multimedia Certificate                 Summer 2011 Requirements                     Multimedia Certificate                   Summer 2011 Requirements
LEVEL I Print/Web Concentration: 20-22 courses required (212 hours min)             LEVEL II Print/Web Concentration: 15 courses required (141 hours min)
        Web/Video Concentration: 20-22 courses required (214 hours min)                      Web/Video Production Concentration: 15 courses required (145 hours min)
        Both: 23-25 courses required (246 hours min)                                         Both: 18 courses required (177 hours min)
     Required Design Courses (4):                                                       Prerequisites (as needed):
         NO.            COURSE                                          HOURS               Multimedia Certificate Level I courses, as needed, or equivalent experience
         55101          Graphic Design and Visual Communication          15             Required Design Courses (choose 2):
         55102/232/322/32 History of Graphic Design, Animation,
                                                                                            NO.            COURSE                                                HOURS
                        Photography, OR Filmmaking                      8-12
                                                                                            55108          Symbols: Introduction to Visual Literacy                  8
         55103          Typography                                        12
                                                                                            55202          Illustration Fundamentals                                12
         55125          Designing for the Web                             12
                                                                                            55221/6392 Color Theory                                                  6
     Design Elective (choose 1):
                                                                                        Design and Related Electives (choose 2):
         55105          2D Design                                         12
                                                                                            Any 2 or more Graphic Design, Business, Digital Photography*
         55201          Drawing Basics for Graphics                       12
                                                                                            OR Digital Videography* (55000-55999) courses for a total of
         55231          Storyboarding                                      9
                                                                                            16-32 hours                                                         16-32
     Required Business Courses (2):
                                                                                        *Note: A camera and tripod may be required for classes in these subprograms.
         55604          Writing Creative Copy for Print and Web Media      9
         55625          Legal Issues in Digital Arts                       8            Required Business Course (choose 1):
     Computer Prerequisites (as needed):                                                    55622            Marketing and Self Promotion for Digital Artists     6
         52008/54101/11 Operating System Basics                         0-12                55623            Marketing with Social Media                          9
         54116          File Transfer From Macintosh to Windows                             55624            Starting a Digital Arts Business                     6
                        and Back Again                                    0-3               55627            Portfolios for Photographers and Designers           6
                                                                                            55635            Budgets and Preproduction for Film and Video        12
     Required Computer Courses (9):                                                         58601            Website Marketing and Promotion                      6
         56101          Computer Graphics: An Introduction                12
                                                                                        Required Independent Study (1):
         56211          Illustrator: Beginning                            12
         56311/51       Photoshop: Beginning OR Fireworks                 12                55701            Independent Study in Digital Arts                   15
         56391          Color Management and Calibration                   3            Required Computer Courses (choose 5):
         57111          Flash: Beginning                                  12                56311/51         Photoshop: Beginning OR Fireworks                   12
         58101          Creating and Maintaining a Website                12                56312            Photoshop: Intermediate                             12
         58111          (X)HTML: Beginning                                12                56326            Photoshop for the Web                                8
         58121          Dreamweaver: Beginning                            12                57112            Flash: Intermediate                                 12
         58122          Dreamweaver: Intermediate                         12                58123            Dreamweaver: Advanced                               12
     Computer Elective (Choose 1):                                                          58201            Principles of Accessible Web Design                  6
         56181          Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs                     8                58401            Web Programming: Basics                             12
         57105          Principles of Motion Graphics                      9            Print/Web Concentration (3):
         57601          Digital Audio: An Introduction                     9                56123            InDesign: Advanced                                  12
         58117          CSS: Cascading Style Sheets                        8                56212            Illustrator: Intermediate                           12
                                                                                            56312/27         Photoshop: Intermediate OR Photoshop for Print    8-12
     Print/Web Concentration (3):
         56121/6     InDesign: Beginning                             8-12               Web/Video Production Concentration (choose 3):
         56122       InDesign: Intermediate                            12                   57312            Premiere: Intermediate                              12
         56185       Digital Prepress                                  12                   57321/911        Final Cut Pro: Beginning-Intermediate
                                                                                                             OR FCP 101/102: An Introduction to Final Cut Pro 24
     Web/Video Production Concentration (choose 3):
                                                                                            57351            Video for the Web                                   12
         57105       Principles of Motion Graphics                      9                   57411/31/951 After Effects OR Motion                              12-16
         57301       Video Editing Basics                               9                   57611/921/81 Logic Pro: Beginning-Intermediate OR
         57321/910   Final Cut Pro: Beginning OR FCP 100:                                                        Sound 101 OR Logic 101                       16-24
                     An Overview of Final Cut Pro                      16                   Electives (1 or more):
         57311       Premiere: Beginning                               16                   Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-59999)
         57321/911   Final Cut Pro: Beginning-Intermediate                                  for a total of 8-16 hours                                          8-16
                     OR FCP 101/102: An Introduction to Final Cut Pro 24

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Digital Photography Certificate                     Summer 2011 Requirements         Digital Photography Certificate                        Summer 2011 Requirements
LEVEL I 14-18 courses required (130 hours min)                                       LEVEL II 12 courses required (109 hours min)

     Camera Prerequisites (as needed):                                                   Prerequisites (as needed):
         NO.            COURSE                                          HOURS                Digital Photography Certificate Level I courses, as needed, or equivalent
         55807          Choosing the Right Digital Camera                0-3                 experience
         55808          Getting Started with Your Digital Camera         0-3             Required Design and Photography Courses (3):
     Required Photography Courses (5):                                                       NO.              COURSE                                              HOURS
         55322          History of Photography                            12                 55101            Graphic Design and Visual Communication                15
         55801/3        Photography with a Digital Camera              12-15                 55822            Professional Lighting Techniques for
         55804          Photography Composition                            6                                  Digital Photography                                      8
         55810/24       Using Natural Light OR Nature and Landscape       12                 55828            Creating Depth in Digital Photography                    9
         55821/3        Photography II OR Digital SLR Techniques          12
                                                                                         Photography Electives (choose 4):
     Required Business Course (1):                                                           55810/24         Using Natural Light OR Nature and
         55625          Legal Issues in Digital Arts                       8                                  Landscape Photography                                  12
     Computer Prerequisites (as needed):                                                     55821/3          Photography with a Digital Camera II OR
         52008/54101/11 Operating System Basics                         0-12                                  Digital SLR Techniques                               9-12
         54116          File Transfer from Macintosh to Windows          0-3                 55825            Photographing People in Digital                        12
                                                                                             55826            Documentary Photography                                10
     Required Computer Courses (6):                                                          55827            Digital Wedding Photography                            12
         56101          Computer Graphics: An Introduction                12                 55829            Event Photography                                        9
         56105          Scanning and Digitizing Photos: Basics             3                 55830            Digital Black and White Photography                    12
         56311/31       Photoshop OR Elements: Beginning                  12                 55831            Architectural Photography                              12
         56312/32       Photoshop OR Elements: Intermediate               12                 55835            Multi-Shot Techniques for Digital Photography          12
         56361/71       Lightroom OR Aperture: Beginning                  12                 55836            HDSLR Video for Photographers                            6
         56391          Color Management and Calibration                   3                 55911            Digital Videography: An Introduction                   12
     Required Photo Organizing Course (Choose 1):                                            OR any other Digital Photography (55800-55899) course.
         53922/4115 Organizing Your Files and Photos                       6             Required Business Course (choose 1):
         54303          iPhoto: Beginning                                 12                 55622            Marketing and Self Promotion for Digital Artists         6
     Electives (1 or more):                                                                  55623            Marketing with Social Media                              9
                                                                                             55624            Starting a Digital Arts Business                         6
         Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-58999)               8-16
                                                                                             55627            Portfolios for Photographers and Designers               6
                                                                                         Required Independent Study (1):
                                                                                             55701            Independent Study in Digital Arts                      15
Digital Photography Basics Certificate
Summer 2011 Requirements 9-12 courses required (78 hours minimum)                        Required Computer Courses (2):
                                                                                             56313/33         Photoshop OR Elements: Advanced                      8-12
     Prerequisites (as needed):                                                              56392            Color Theory in Digital Media                            6
         NO.            COURSE                                          HOURS            Electives (1 or more):
         52008/54101/11 Operating System Basics                         0-12                 Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-59999)
         55807          Choosing the Right Digital Camera                0-3                 for a total of 8-16 hours                                             8-16
         55808          Getting Started with Your Digital Camera         0-3
                                                                                         Notes: A digital camera (any type) is required for Level I and Basics. A digital
     Required Courses (9):                                                               camera with manual capabilities is required for Level II. RAW format capability
         53922/4115 Organizing Your Files and Photos                       6             is suggested for Level II.
         55801/3        Photography with a Digital Camera              12-15
         55804          Photography Composition                            6
         56101          Computer Graphics: An Introduction                12
         56105          Scanning and Digitizing Photos: Basics             3
         56311/31       Photoshop OR Elements: Beginning                  12
         56312/32       Photoshop OR Elements: Intermediate               12
         56361/71       Lightroom OR Apurture: Beginning                  12
         56391          Color Management and Calibration                   3

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Digital Filmmaking Certificate Summer 2011 Requirements                                     Apple Creative Professional: Video
LEVEL I Video: 18-20 courses required (187 hours min)                                       Apple Certified Pro: Final Cut Pro Summer 2011 Requirements
        Motion Graphics: 18-20 courses required (187 hours min)
                                                                                            LEVEL ONE 1-5 courses and 1 exam required (26 hours min)
        Two Concentrations: 20-22 courses (211 hours min)
     Required Videography and Related Courses (6):                                              Prerequisites (as needed):
         NO.          COURSE                                                      HOURS             NO.            COURSE                                             HOURS
         55231        Storyboarding                                                 9               54101/11       Macintosh Operating System: Basics OR
         55232/322/332 History of Animation, Photography                                                           basic knowledge of Macintosh OS X                  0-12
                      OR Filmmaking                                                8-12             57301          Video Editing Basics OR
         55804        Photography Composition                                         6                            basic knowledge of editing terminology              0-9
         55911        Digital Videography: An Introduction                           12         Suggested (as needed):
         55931        Cinematography Basics: Lights, Camera, Action!                 12             57321/910      Final Cut Pro: Beginning OR FCP 100:
         55936/42     Green Screen Techniques OR                                                                   An Overview of Final Cut Pro                       0-16
                      Community Media Studio Production                           12-18                            OR basic knowledge of editing terminology
     Required Business Courses (2):                                                             Required Course (1):
         55625        Legal Issues in Digital Arts                                   8              57322/911      Final Cut Pro: Beginning-Intermediate OR
         55635        Budgets and Preproduction for Film and Video                  12                             FCP 101/102: An Introduction to Final Cut Pro*       24
     Computer Prerequisite (as needed):                                                         Suggested Exam Prep(as needed):
         52008/54101/11 Operating System Basics                                    0-12             57799          Tutorial Elective for exam prep                     0-2
         54110        File Transfer from Macintosh to Windows and                                   Exam Prep Guide and Practice Exam (see Apple’s website)
                      Back Again                                                    0-3
                                                                                                Required Exam (1):
     Required Computer Courses (7):                                                                 57990V         Apple Certification Exam for Final Cut Pro Level One 2
         56101        Computer Graphics: An Introduction                            12
         56311        Photoshop: Beginning                                          12      LEVEL TWO 1-2 courses and 1 exam required (26 hours min)
         56312        Photoshop: Intermediate                                       12
         56325        Photoshop for Video                                            9          Prerequisite
         57105        Principles of Motion Graphics                                  9              Level One Final Cut Pro End User certification
         57301        Video Editing Basics                                           9
         57601        Digital Audio: An Introduction                                 9          Required Course (1):
     Required Video-Editing Course (choose 1):                                                      NO.            COURSE                                             HOURS
                                                                                                    57913          FCP: 300: Final Cut Pro Advanced Editing*            24
         57311        Premiere: Beginning                                           16
         57321/910    Final Cut Pro: Beginning OR FCP 100:                                      Suggested Exam Prep(as needed):
                      An Overview of Final Cut Pro                                  16              57799          Tutorial Elective for exam prep                     0-2
         57322/911    Final Cut Pro: Beginning-Intermediate OR                                  Required Exam (1):
                      FCP 101/102: An Introduction to Final Cut Pro*                24
                                                                                                    57990V         Apple Certification Exam for Final Cut Pro Level Two 2
     Video Concentration (2):
         55912/21     Digital Videography II OR                                                 *Apple Certification Exam session is included in the cost of this class.
                      Documentary Videography                                       12
         57312/322/911 Premiere: Intermediate OR Final Cut Pro:
                          Beginning-Intermediate OR FCP 101/102:
                          An Introduction to Final Cut Pro*                       12-24
     Motion Graphics Concentration (2):
         57111        Flash: Beginning                                               12
         57411/31/951 After Effects or Motion                                     12-16
     Note: A digital video camera and tripod are required for this certificate.
     *Apple Certification Exam session is included in the cost of this class.
 For information on advanced curriculum and additional business courses                      UNM Continuing Education is the only Apple Authorized Training Center in
 in Digital Filmmaking, contact the program supervisor.                                      New Mexico. For more information, call Caroline Orcutt at (505) 277-6037.

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Apple Creative Professional: Video/Audio                                                    Apple Creative Professional: Music
Apple Certified Pro: Final Cut Studio Summer 2011 Requirements                              Apple Certified Pro: Logic Pro Summer 2011 Requirements
LEVEL ONE Sound Editing: 1-5 courses and 1 exam reqiured (18 hours min)                     LEVEL ONE 1-4 courses and 1 exam required (26 hours min)
       DVD Studio Pro: 1-4 courses and 1 exam required (18 hours min)
       Color Correction: 1-4 courses and 1 exam required (18 hours min)                         Prerequisites (as needed):
       Motion: 1-4 courses and 1 exam required (18 hours min)                                       NO.         COURSE                                             HOURS
                                                                                                    54101/11 Macintosh Operating System: Basics OR
       Master Pro (all 4): 4-7 courses and 3 exams required (72 hours min)
                                                                                                                basic knowledge of Macintosh OS X                  0-12
                                                                                                    57601       Digital Audio: An Introduction OR
     Prerequisites (as needed):                                                                                 basic knowledge of audio terminology                0-9
         NO.            COURSE                                         HOURS
         57321/910      Final Cut Pro: Beginning OR FCP 100:                                    Required Course (1):
                        An Overview of Final Cut Pro                    0-16                        57611/981 Logic Pro: Beginning-Intermediate OR
                        OR basic knowledge of Final Cut Pro                                                     Logic 101: An Introduction to Logic Pro*            24
     Preferred                                                                                  Suggested Exam Prep (as needed):
         57322/911      Final Cut Pro: Beginning-Intermediate OR                                    57699       Tutorial Elective for Logic Pro Level One           0-2
                        FCP 101/102: An Introduction to Final Cut Pro*    24                    Required Exam (1):
         Level One Final Cut Pro End User certification                                             57990V      Apple Certification Exam for Logic Pro Level One     2
     Suggested Exam Prep(as needed):
         57799          Tutorial Elective for exam prep (per exam)       0-2                LEVEL TWO 1-2 courses and 1 exam required (26 hours min)
     Sound Editing Concentration (1-2 courses and 1 exam)                                       Prerequisite
         57601          Digital Audio: An Introduction                   0-9                        Level One Logic Pro End User certification
                        OR basic knowledge of audio terminology
         57921          Sound 101: Introduction to Sound Editing                                Required Course (1):
                        in Final Cut Studio*                              16                        NO.        COURSE                                              HOURS
         57990V         Apple Certification Exam for                                                57983       Logic 301: Advanced Music Production in Logic Pro*   24
                        Sound Editing in Final Cut Studio Level One        2                    Suggested Exam Prep (as needed):
     DVD Studio Pro Concentration (1 course and 1 exam)                                             57799      Tutorial Elective for exam prep                      0-2
         57931          DVDSP 101: Introduction to DVD Studio Pro*        16                    Required Exam (1):
         57990V         Apple Certification Exam for
                        DVD Studio Pro Level One                           2                        57990V     Apple Certification Exam for Logic Pro Level Two       2

     Color Correction Concentration (1 course and 1 exam)
         Basic knowledge of color correction terminology
         57941          Color 101: Introduction to Color Correction                         Music Production Certificate                   Summer 2011 Requirements
                        in Final Cut Studio*                              16                4-6 courses required (51 hours min)
         57990V         Apple Certification Exam for
                        Color Correction in Final Cut Studio Level One     2                    Prerequisites (as needed):
     Motion Concentration (1 course and 1 exam)                                                     52008/54101/11 Operating System Basics                         0-12
         Basic knowledge of motion graphics terminology                                         Required Courses (4):
         57951          Motion 101: Introduction to Motion 4*             16                       NO.        COURSE                                               HOURS
         57990V         Apple Certification Exam for Motion Level One      2                       57601      Digital Audio: An Introduction                         9
                                                                                                   57641      Reason: Software with a Beat                          12
     *Apple Certification Exam session is included in the cost of this class.
                                                                                                   57691      Music Promotion and Distribution                       6
                                                                                                   57611/981 Logic Pro: Beginning-Intermediate OR Logic 101:
                                                                                                              An Introduction to Logic Pro*                         24
                                                                                            Advanced Music Production
                                                                                                Required Courses (1):
                                                                                                   57983      Logic 301: Advanced Music Production in Logic Pro*    24


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Animation & Motion Graphics Certificate                                         Animation & Motion Graphics Certificate
Summer 2011 Requirements                                                        Summer 2011 Requirements
LEVEL I 17-19 courses required (192 hours min)                                  LEVEL II 14 courses required (138 hours min)
     Required Design Courses (4):                                                   Prerequisites (as needed):
        NO.           COURSE                                         HOURS              Animation and Motion Graphics Certificate Level I courses, as needed,
        55201         Drawing Basics for Graphics                       12              or equivalent experience
        55202         Illustration Fundamentals                         12          Required Design Courses (3):
        55231         Storyboarding                                      9
                                                                                        NO.              COURSE                                            HOURS
        55232/332     History of Animation OR Filmmaking              8-12
                                                                                        55221/6392 Color Theory                                                6
     Required Business Course (1):                                                      55224            Cartoon Design                                       12
        55625         Legal Issues in Digital Arts                       8              55935            Green Screen Techniques                               8
     Computer Prerequisite (as needed):                                             Required Business Course (choose 1):
        52008/54101/11 Operating System Basics                        0-12              55622            Marketing and Self Promotion for Digital Artists      6
        5411          File Transfer from Macintosh to Windows                           55623            Marketing with Social Media                           9
                      and Back Again                                   0-3              55624            Starting a Digital Arts Business                      6
     Required Computer Courses (11):                                                    57561            Creating a Digital Demo Reel                          8
        56101         Computer Graphics: An Introduction                12          Required Independent Study (1):
        56211         Illustrator: Beginning                            12              55701            Independent Study in Digital Arts                    15
        56311         Photoshop: Beginning                              12          Required Computer Courses (6):
        57105         Principles of Motion Graphics                      9
                                                                                        56212            Illustrator: Intermediate                            12
        57111         Flash: Beginning                                  12
                                                                                        56312            Photoshop: Intermediate                              12
        57112         Flash: Intermediate                               12
                                                                                        56325            Photoshop for Video                                   9
        57230         Maya: Foundation                                  12
                                                                                        57113            Flash: Advanced                                      12
        57231         Maya: Beginning 3D Modeling                       16
                                                                                        57131            ActionScript with Flash                              12
        57301         Video Editing Basics                               9
                                                                                        57241            Maya: Beginning 3D Animation                         12
        57411/31      After Effects OR Motion: Beginning             12-16
        57601         Digital Audio: An Introduction                     9          Computer Electives (choose 2):
     Required Video Editing Course (choose 1):                                          57115            Cartoon Animation with Flash                          8
                                                                                        57117            Creating CBT with Flash                               6
        57311         Premiere: Beginning                               16
                                                                                        57141            Game Design with Flash                                8
        57321/910     Final Cut Pro: Beginning OR FCP 100: An Overview
                                                                                        57235            Maya Lighting Effects                                12
                      of Final Cut Pro                                  16
                                                                                        57312/911        Premiere: Intermediate OR
        57911         FCP 101/102: An Introduction
                                                                                                         FCP 101/102: An Introduction to
                      to Final Cut Pro                                  24
                                                                                                         Final Cut Pro                                    12-24
                                                                                        57611/921/81 Logic Pro: Beginning-Intermediate OR
                                                                                                         Sound 101 OR Logic 101                           16-24
                                                                                    Electives (1 or more):
                                                                                        Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-59999)
                                                                                        for a total of 8-16 hours                                          8-16



 Get Ahead with Individual Tutoring
 Explore a topic in more depth. Two-hour one-on-one Tutorial Electives are
 available in Digital Arts if you have taken a related class of six hours or
 longer. Contact Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037 to request your instructor,
 date and time. Some restrictions may apply. $149-199.



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Web Developer Certificate                      Summer 2011 Requirements
LEVEL I 14-15 courses required (154 hours min)                                          Digital Arts Courses
     Prerequisites (as needed):
         52008/54101/11 Operating System Basics                              0-12      COMPUTER SKILLS
         52310/3310 Access: Basic Databases                                  0-12
     Required Courses (12):                                                            WINDOWS
        NO.           COURSE                                                 HOURS     51111 Windows—Fast Track
        58111         Beginning (X)HTML                                       12             Are your Windows skills a little rusty? Do you already know some Windows
        58112/5       (X)HTML: Intermediate or HTML 5                         12
        58117         CSS: Cascading Style Sheets                              8             applications, but want to expand your knowledge in a more organized, more
        58201         Principles of Accessible Web Design                      6             systematized way? Learn the basic functions of Windows, how to customize its
        58221         Content Management Systems for Websites                  8             setup, and create and work with shortcuts. Work with the Taskbar, Windows
        58231         WordPress: Beginning                                    12             Explorer, Control Panel, file management, Accessories, the Find utility and
        58401         Web Programming Basics                                  12             on-line Help. Prerequisite: Basic computer knowledge.
        58411         JavaScript: Beginning                                   12
                                                                                             $199            For: 8 hours                                        Fall 2011
        59010         Web Standards                                            8
        59411         Web Programming with PHP and MySQL                      12
                                                                                       52008 Windows 7: Operating System Basics
        59421         Introduction to XML and Related Technologies            16
        65011         Relational Database Design Fundamentals                 12             Meet Windows 7! Learn how to customize your Windows 7 setup, and to
     Required Web Authoring Courses (choose 2):                                              create and work with shortcuts. Practice the use of the taskbar, Windows
        58121         Dreamweaver: Beginning                                    12           Explorer, control panel, file management, accessories, the search utility, and
        58130         Dreamweaver and PHP                                       12           on-line help. This course is for those with only limited previous Windows
        57111         Flash: Beginning                                          12           experience. Prerequisite: 21003 or basic computer experience.
        58131         ActionScript with Flash                                   12           $279            For: 12 hours
                                                                                             SCA:     Aug 8-17                               MW             5:30pm-8:30pm
                                                                                             Tracy Dengler-Kelly
                                                                                       53922 Windows: Organize Your Files and Photos
                                                                                             Do you—or those in your organization—waste valuable time searching for
                                                                                             your important files and pictures? Learn to effectively organize and manage
                                                                                             documents with a systematic approach to file, folder, and disk creation,
 Free infoByte
                                                                                             naming, and placement. Learn the rules and suggestions for naming,
 Real World Macintosh                                                                        renaming, finding, copying, deleting, and backing up files and pictures.
 Discover how quick and easy it is to create a safe and secure computing                     Prerequisite: 51111/52008 or basic computer experience.
 environment for all members of your household; control web, chat, and email                 $219           For: 6 hours
 access for your children; perfectly organize thousands of documents even if they            SCA:    Aug 1-3                                MW            9:00am-12:00pm
 are all in just one folder; secure your sensitive documents; prevent 45% of all             Margo Bouchard
 computer problems in one step; and repair most Macintosh system problems with
 just a few mouse-clicks. All skill levels are welcome. Join Senior Apple Consultant
 Marc Mintz for an enlightening tour of the world’s most advanced Operating
 System—Mac OS X Snow Leopard.
 Tuesday, June 21                                              5:15pm-6:30pm




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MACINTOSH                                                                                54115 Macintosh: Organize Your Files and Photos
54010 Learn to Use a Mac: An Easy-Paced Introduction                                           Learn the most efficient ways to set up a filing system for storing and
                                                                                               organizing documents, pictures, programs, and folders. Emphasis is on using
      This course acquaints the computer novice with basic computer terminology
                                                                                               file organization logic to create an easy-to-manage filing system tailored to the
      and essential Macintosh concepts in a relaxed setting. Students examine a
                                                                                               Mac user’s needs. Topics include creating and rearranging folders, saving
      word processor, a spreadsheet, and the very popular iLife package. A brief
                                                                                               photos and new documents in an appropriate location, and moving files.
      introduction to the Internet is included. Note: See Course Skills Assessment.
                                                                                               Prerequisite: 54101/11 or equivalent experience.
      Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                               $179             For: 6 hours
      $139            For: 8 hours
                                                                                               SDA: Jul 30                                     Sa              9:00am-4:00pm
      SDA: Jun 6-8                                  MW             1:00pm-5:00pm
                                                                                               Marc Mintz
      Marc Mintz
                                                                                         54116 File Transfer from Macintosh to Windows and Back Again
54101 Macintosh: Operating System Basics
                                                                                               Explore the variety of ways to move files between a Mac and a PC and ensure
      Get hands-on training in the basic functions of Macintosh’s latest user-friendly
                                                                                               maximum compatibility. Topics include file migration from Mac to PC and
      operating system. Topics include filing system fundamentals, finder menus,
                                                                                               vice versa via external media, network access, direct connection, and the
      window viewing options, the Dock and Toolbar, aliases, and an introduction
                                                                                               Internet; how to open and use PC files on a Mac and vice versa; and using
      to customization options. An overview of the iLife digital media programs will
                                                                                               Boot Camp or virtualization software to run Windows programs on a Mac.
      also show how easy and fun it is to work creatively with photos, music, movies
                                                                                               Prerequisite: 52008 or 54101/11 or equivalent experience.
      and more on your Mac. Note: See Course Skills Assessment. Prerequisite:
      54010 or equivalent experience.                                                          $99              For: 3 hours
      $279            For: 12 hours                                                            SDA: Jul 25                                     M              1:00pm-4:00pm
                                                                                               Marc Mintz
      SDA: Jun 20-27                                 MW            1:00pm-5:00pm
      Marc Mintz                                                                         54117 Macintosh: Back Up with Ease Using Time Machine
54111 Macintosh: Operating System Basics— Fast Track                                           Protect your digital files with Time Machine. Learn how to set up an external
                                                                                               drive so that Time Machine, the back-up application that comes free with all
      Are your Macintosh skills a little rusty? Do you already know Windows and
                                                                                               new Mac computers, automatically ensures you have up-to-date copies of
      want to learn about the Macintosh? Or are you moving to OS X? At a faster
                                                                                               everything on your Mac. Discover how Time Machine runs hourly backups in
      pace, learn the basic functions of the latest Macintosh Operating System, how
                                                                                               minutes and remembers how your system looked on a given day in the past.
      to customize its setup, and create and work with aliases. Work with the Dock,
                                                                                               Find out how to go back in time to restore files if you ever need to.
      Finder, Apple Menu, and System Preferences. Learn about file management,
                                                                                               Prerequisite: 54101/11 or equivalent experience.
      built-in accessories, the Find utility and more. Prerequisite: A basic knowledge
      of any version of Macintosh OS or working knowledge of Windows.                          $99             For: 3 hours
      $219             For: 8 hours                                                            SDA: Jul 27                                   W               1:00pm-4:00pm
                                                                                               Marc Mintz
      SDA: Jul 11                                      M              8:00am-5:00pm
      Marc Mintz
54112 Macintosh OS X Administering and Networking— Fast Track
                                                                                          NEW CLUB ED! Real World Macintosh Certificate — Fast Track
      It’s easy to string a cable between two computers so they can talk to each
      other. But when things go wrong it can cost as much as the computer itself to       Complete the entire Real World Macintosh Certificate in just one week and
      correct it. Examine how to install, configure, and maintain networks of two to      get the training you need to start your Macintosh career. Register for all
      100 Macintosh computers, iPhones, and iPads using Ethernet and WiFi. In
                                                                                          four classes at one time and get a Club Ed discount of $150. Select the
      typical simple Mac-like style, learn all of the components that make up both
      small and large networks, how to properly install and configure these               series on our website at dce.unm.edu or call our Registration office at
      components, and how to keep everything running trouble-free. Prerequisite:          (505) 277-0077.
      54101/11 or equivalent experience.                                                  Courses: 54111, 54310, 54112, 54122
      $219              For: 8 hours                                                      July 11-15    M-F         8:00am-5:00pm                   Club Ed Price: $856
      SDA: Jul 14                                       Th           8:00am-5:00pm
      Marc Mintz

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54122 Macintosh Maintenance and Support— Fast Track Friday                             GRAPHIC DESIGN AND VISUAL COMMUNICATION
      Learn how to keep your Mac running smoothly, at the fast-track pace for
                                                                                       55101 Graphic Design and Visual Communication
      those with some Macintosh experience. Avoid downtime and costly repairs by
      learning to perform basic preventive maintenance and simple fix-it procedures          Learn to create an effective layout for any graphic design project. Discover the
      to minimize potential problems. Topics include updating software, using the            principles of design for clear and attractive visual communication. Topics
      Disk Utility program, replacing damaged preference files, starting up from a           include an introduction to advertising, publication, and web design; logos and
      different disk, how to handle a computer hang, and what to do if you forget            letterhead packages; layout; typography; and color theory. Note: Equipment
      your login password. Prerequisite: 54101/11 or equivalent experience.                  and materials cost about $25; a materials list will be available the first day of
      $229             For: 8 hours                                                          class. Prerequisite: None. Suggested: 55105 or 55201.
      SDA: Jul 15                                  F                8:00am-5:00pm            $329             For: 15 hours
      Note: This class includes lunch.                                                       SQA: Jun 7-Jul 5                                  T             5:30pm-8:30pm
      Marc Mintz                                                                             Molly Wakeman

54303 Beginning iPhoto                                                                 55102 History of Graphic Design
      Learn to use iPhoto’s simple yet impressive editing and organizing tools to            Explore the language of visual communication by looking at design’s rich
      enhance the composition and quality of your digital photos and easily manage           history. Topics covered include the development of visual communications
      hundreds of pictures. Topics include cropping and rotating, adjusting                  from the earliest pictographs to the work of contemporary designers and
      brightness and contrast, removing red eye, basic retouching, creating a simple         illustrators. Students complete a design project by the last class. Note:
      slideshow, and using titles, comments, and key words for easy searching and            Equipment and materials cost about $25; a materials list will be available the
      photo retrieval. Also included is a demonstration of iPhoto’s more                     first day of class. Suggested text: A History of Graphic Design by Philip
      sophisticated features such as exposure and color correction, adding special           B. Meggs. Prerequisite: 55101.
      effects, emailing your pictures, making a photo CD, and creating cards,                $279              For: 12 hours                                      Spring 2012
      calendars, and hardcover photo albums of your pictures. Prerequisite:
      54101/11 or equivalent experience.                                               55103 Typography
      $279             For: 12 hours                                                         Typography, the art and craft of selecting and setting type, can make or break
      SDA: Aug 1-5                                   MWF            1:00pm-5:00pm            a layout. Focusing on the critical awareness of type, topics include the history
      Marc Mintz
                                                                                             of type and its language, how to choose and specify type, type categories, type
                                                                                             as a visual element, creative typography, and type design. Equipment and
54310 Macintosh OS X Applications                                                            materials cost about $25. A materials list will be available the first day of class.
      Your Mac OS X computer comes with all the applications you need to get                 Prerequisite: None. Suggested: 55101.
      surfing, playing, writing, recording, watching, listening, and working. But,           $259             For: 12 hours                                           Fall 2011
      though the Mac is easy and simple to start using, learning the tips and tricks
      of these applications makes not only your experience more fun, it also makes     55105 2D Design
      you more productive. Examine most of the applications that come with your              The elements of two-dimensional design demonstrate the basics behind
      Mac and others you can add to your collection for free, including Address              computer-generated and hand rendered art and design. Learn about color,
      Book, Calculator, DVD Player, Front Row, iCal, iChat, iPhoto, iTunes, Mail,            texture, size, shape, and balance while working with materials such as paint,
      Preview, Safari, Stickies, TextEdit, Time Machine and more. Prerequisite:              glue, scissors, colored paper, markers, and charcoal pencils. Note: Equipment
      54101/11 or equivalent experience.                                                     and materials cost about $30; a materials list will be emailed with your course
      $339             For: 16 hours                                                         confirmation. Prerequisite: None.
      SDA: Jul 12-13                                 TW              8:00am-5:00pm           $279              For: 12 hours                                     Spring 2012
      Marc Mintz
                                                                                        Get Ahead with Individual Tutoring
                                                                                        Explore a topic in more depth. Two-hour one-on-one Tutorial Electives are
                                                                                        available in Digital Arts if you have taken a related class of 6 hours or
                                                                                        longer. Contact Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037 to request your instructor,
                                                                                        date and time. Some restrictions may apply. $149-199.

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55106 Advertising Design                                                                    55123 Logo Design
      Learn the processes used to create award-winning advertising communications                 Create effective logos by understanding the processes, strategies, applications
      including development of concepts from a marketing strategy, preparation of                 and roles that logos play within brand identity. Learn about different types of
      layouts for presentation, and presentation skills. All creative elements of a               logos through case studies, design history, and critical examination. Students
      coordinated marketing campaign will be reviewed and explained, including                    produce a corporate identity project. Equipment and materials cost about
      print, broadcast (TV and Radio), online (banners, websites, and social media),              $25.00; a materials list will be available the first day of class. Prerequisites:
      branded entertainment, and guerrilla marketing. This course focuses primarily               55101, and 55102 or 55108. Suggested: 55202
      on the creative thinking behind great advertising design. Note: Equipment                   $279             For: 12 hours                                          Spring 2012
      and materials cost about $15; a materials list will be emailed to you with your
      course confirmation. Prerequisite: 55101.                                             55125 Designing for the Web
      $279             For: 12 hours                                       Spring 2012            Explore the process of designing a website, including conceptualizing,
                                                                                                  structuring, and applying design principles to create visually appealing and
55107 Publication Design                                                                          highly usable solutions. With an emphasis on design principles and
      Discuss all the aspects of magazine, newsletter, book, brochure, and                        information architecture best practices, topics include setting up a site map,
      newspaper publication, both in print and on the Web. Consider current visual                designing an interface, and creating comprehensive storyboards. Note:
      trends, and determine your own publishing likes and dislikes. Learn how the                 Equipment and materials cost about $25. A materials list will be available the
      publishing results that you admire were produced. Discover publishing                       first day of class. Prerequisites: 55101 and working knowledge of the
      opportunities, and study software, theories, and the behind-the-scenes                      Internet.
      workflow of publishing. Equipment and materials cost about $25. A materials                 $279              For: 12 hours
      list will be available the first day of class. Prerequisite: 55101.                         SQA: Jul 12-21                                  TTh             6:00pm-9:00pm
      $279               For: 12 hours                                     Fall 2011              Zac Van Note
55108 Symbols: An Introduction to Visual Literacy                                           55201 Drawing Basics for Graphics
      Maximize the effect of communication design by grasping the power inherent                  Develop a solid foundation in freehand drawing that enhances your abilities in
      in symbols. This interdisciplinary perspective reveals how symbols are intrinsic            graphic design and other visual communication projects. Learn perspective
      to human expression and the degree to which they are embedded in the most                   drawing, how to use line, value, contrast, light and shadow, and other
      meaningful and influential cultural communications. Shift the emphasis in                   techniques to capture simple and complex shapes. Composition,
      communication design away from exclusive reliance on reactive response to                   foreshortening, and an introduction to figure drawing are also featured. No
      intuitive recognition, understanding and connection. Equipment and materials                previous experience in drawing is required. Equipment and materials cost
      cost about $15. A materials list will be included on your registration receipt.             about $40. A materials list will be included on your registration receipt. Please
      Please bring these materials to the first class session. Suggested text:                    bring these materials to the first class session. Prerequisite: None.
      Decoding Design by Maggie Macnab, available for purchase at first day of                    $279            For: 12 hours                                         Fall 2011
      class for $25. Prerequisite: None.
      $219            For: 8 hours                                          Fall 2011
                                                                                            55202 Illustration Fundamentals
                                                                                                  Add a new dimension to your graphic design and animation projects by
55122 The Creative Process                                                                        developing illustration techniques. Enhance your projects by expanding your
      Discover how much more dynamic and creative your projects can be when                       understanding of media, style, and color. Develop both graphic and painterly
      you know the basics of developing a creative campaign that will make an                     styles in acrylic and/or gouache with an emphasis on the application and use
      impression. Learn the importance of product or company research in the                      of color. In addition, enhance your ability to create and design illustrations on
      creative process: the target market, design style, marketing goals, and what the            the computer. Projects utilize acrylic or gouache, brushes, illustration board,
      competition is doing. Execute rough comps for use with your creative team,                  and other materials. Equipment and materials cost about $40. A materials list
      and experience creative brainstorming alone and within a group. Note:                       will be included on your registration receipt. Please bring these materials to
      Equipment and materials cost about $25. A materials list will be included on                the first class session. Prerequisite: 55201.
      your registration receipt. Please bring these materials to the first class session.         $279               For: 12 hours                                       Fall 2011
      Prerequisite: 55101.
      $229             For: 9 hours
      SQA: Aug 1-15                                   M               5:30pm-8:30pm
      Cindy Bernier

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55221 Color Theory                                                                         55322 History of Photography
      Add life to your projects with color! Learn to choose colors effectively with              This class provides a fascinating historical overview of photography from its
      the use of the color wheel, complementary colors, color triads, analogous                  beginnings in the nineteenth century to the advanced applications of today’s
      colors, color neutrals, tints and shades, saturation and hue. Color systems such           digital photography. We’ll explore the significant trends in technology,
      as RGB, CMYK, and Pantone, the psychology of color, and color harmonies                    aesthetics, journalism and scientific applications. A field trip to a local gallery
      are also addressed. Information learned in this course is useful for all                   or museum may be arranged. Materials cost about $5. A materials list will be
      traditional as well as computer generated artwork and design. Note:                        available the first day of class. Prerequisite: None.
      Equipment and materials cost about $35; a materials list will be emailed to                $279              For: 12 hours                                           Fall 2011
      you with your course confirmation. Prerequisite: None. Suggested: 55101.
      $179             For: 6 hours                                       Spring 2012      55332 History of Filmmaking
                                                                                                 Learn how film evolved from its beginnings at the amusement park to become
55224 Cartoon Design                                                                             today’s most powerful visual medium. We’ll look at some of film history’s
      How is Bugs Bunny designed for animation? How is Garfield designed for                     most famous movies, discuss narration and storytelling, and pinpoint the role
      comics? Why was Happy Feet a success while Barnyard flopped? Find out what                 of a good cameraman for a successful movie. Prerequisite: None.
      goes into creating an appealing, functional character for any medium. Learn                $279           For: 12 hours                                        Fall 2011
      the rules of type, construction, foundation and line, anatomy, proportions,
      perspectives, posing, dialogue and movement. Students will draw in class with
      the option to complete assignments on their home computers. Equipment and            THE BUSINESS OF DIGITAL ARTS
      materials cost about $30. A materials list will be included on your registration     55604 Writing Creative Copy for Print and Web Media
      receipt. Please bring these materials to the first class session. Prerequisite:
                                                                                                 Enhance your company’s image with copy that sparkles, attracts attention and
      55202.
                                                                                                 wins new customers. Learn the basics of copywriting techniques for print
      $279             For: 12 hours                                           Fall 2012         advertisements, direct mail, broadcast, sales literature, public relations and
55231 Storyboarding                                                                              electronic media. Emphasis is placed on developing a creative strategy, market
                                                                                                 position and segmentation, writing for the buying cycle, messaging and
      Whether you’re working with video, animation, or designing a web site,                     persuasive writing. In addition, we analyze landmark creative campaigns from
      streamline your production by pre visualizing it with a storyboard. Learn how              some of the world’s most successful companies. Suggested text: The
      to portray action and motion in a scene, communicate your creative ideas                   Copywriter’s Handbook by Robert W. Bly. Prerequisite: None.
      more effectively, and plan navigation within your web site. Various types of
                                                                                                 $229             For: 9 hours
      storyboard techniques are discussed. Note: Materials cost under $5. A
      materials list will be included on your registration receipt. Please bring these           SQA: Jul 28-Aug 11                               Th              6:00pm-9:00pm
      materials to the first class session. Prerequisite: None.                                  Doug Stine
      $229              For: 9 hours                                                       55605 Social Media: Facebook, Twitter and Linked-In
      SQA: Jul 5-8                                      TThF           2:00pm-5:00pm             Social media supports the human need for social interaction with other people
      Anita Quintana                                                                             using the Internet to broadcast media, dialogue and content. Explore many
55232 History of Animation                                                                       aspects of current social media from entertainment to business networking.
                                                                                                 Learn how to use Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, link social media websites
      From rat-killers with magic lanterns to how GM, MIT and the University of                  together for greater interaction, use mobile devices to update your sites, create
      Utah helped make Shrek quite a character, time travel through the history of               profiles, blog, search for contacts, and reconnect with old friends.
      animation, and learn about all the events that shaped our modern approach,                 Prerequisites: Basic computer and Internet experience.
      including 2D, 3D, and stop-motion animation. Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                 $69               For: 3 hours
      $219             For: 8 hours                                      Fall 2011
                                                                                                 SFA:      Jun 25                                Sa              1:00pm-4:00pm
                                                                                                 Sean Lemons




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55622 Marketing and Self Promotion for Digital Artists                                    55627 Portfolios for Photographers and Designers
      Develop materials to promote yourself, your business and/or your art online               Explore the methods used by photographers and designers in creating
      and offline. From media kits to promotional calendars, your view of self-                 successful portfolios. Take a look at the steps to develop your portfolio:
      marketing will move forward exponentially as a result of this content-packed,             targeting who will see the portfolio and what they want to see; determining
      practical class. Artists, designers and other professionals will plan and execute         the format; choosing the work that will impress the potential client;
      publicity tactics with confidence as a result. Prerequisite: None.                        showcasing your best work; and production of the finished portfolio.
      $179              For: 6 hours                                                            Prerequisite: 55101 or 55801/3.
      SQA: Jul 26-Aug 2                                T                6:00pm-9:00pm           $179            For: 6 hours                                       Spring 2012
      Mary Ellen Merrigan
                                                                                          55635 Budgets and Preproduction for Film and Video
55623 Marketing with Social Media                                                               Get an overview of the production process, from developing a budget,
      Expand awareness for your business by combining traditional and social                    breaking down the script, determining the location to learning about the
      media. Market 24/7 with an Internet storefront showcasing who you are and                 factors involved in scheduling a shoot. Learn production terminology such as:
      what you do. Learn about a range of tactics that can help you stand out:                  what’s a call sheet and why do we need one, production chain of command
      Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, plus social bookmarking, blogs, YouTube                  and set etiquette. In addition, a brief introduction to editing and post
      and many other options add exposure to your website. Take charge of your                  production will be covered. Prerequisite: None.
      Internet reputation. Focus on strategies for distinguishing your company from             $279             For: 12 hours                                        Fall 2011
      that of your competition. Prerequisite: None. Suggested: 55605.
      $229            For: 9 hours                                        Fall 2011       55701 Independent Study in Digital Arts
                                                                                                Synthesize the material learned in the Digital Arts Program with the individual
55624 Starting a Digital Arts Business                                                          attention needed to fill in any gaps. This course is for the advanced Digital
      Do you want to start your own graphic design or web design business? Get                  Arts student who has the skills necessary to plan and produce a project
      information about the complete process, from considerations at the                        independently. A project is chosen at the first meeting, so bring your ideas.
      conception stage to getting a business license to, most importantly, getting              Students create at least one portfolio piece to be displayed or published. Note:
      clients. Learn how to deal with both digital and analog clients in a digital              Cost of materials varies; materials will be discussed the first day of class.
      format world. We cover business planning, equipment, accounting and                       Prerequisite: Any Digital Arts Level I certificate or equivalent experience.
      finances, pricing and selling, and production. Prerequisite: None.                        $329            For: 15 hours                                            Fall 2011
      $179             For: 6 hours                                         Fall 2011

55625 Legal Issues in Digital Arts                                                        DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
      To succeed as a digital artist today, you must have an understanding of the         55801 Photography with a Digital Camera
      legal principles and issues that affect your business. Gain the tools to                  Learn the basics of photography as you explore the capabilities of your digital
      recognize legal problems and address them appropriately. Topics include                   camera. Discover what aperture, shutter speed, and white balance are and how
      model releases, censorship and obscenity, contract principles, copyright issues,          they affect your photographs. Find out how and when to use flash, and
      business formation, what happens when you sue (or get sued), determining                  experiment with photographic composition to get the most out of your
      when you need a lawyer, and more. Prerequisite: None.                                     camera—and yourself! Recommended for those new to photography as well as
      $219             For: 8 hours                                                             film photographers who want to make the switch to digital. Note: Bring your
      SQA: Jun 23-Jul 7                                Th             6:00pm-8:45pm             camera, manual, and extra batteries to class. Prerequisite: Must have a digital
      Note: Last class session ends at 8:30pm.                                                  camera (any type). Suggested: 55807, 55808.
      Richard Mertz                                                                             $279            For: 12 hours
                                                                                                SQA: Jun 1-22                                  W             6:00pm-9:00pm
                                                                                                Richard Nunez
                                                                                                SQB: Jun 6-27                                  M             6:00pm-9:00pm
                                                                                                Richard Nunez
                                                                                                SQC: Jul 5-26                                  T             6:00pm-9:00pm
                                                                                                Pat Berrett



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55803 Photography with a Digital Camera with Field Trips                                 55808 Getting Started with Your Digital Camera
      Learn the basics of photography as you explore the capabilities of your digital          Learn how to best use the point-and-shoot capabilities of your camera, and
      camera. Discover what aperture, shutter speed, and white balance are and how             find out how to download photos from your camera to a computer. If you
      they affect your photographs. Find out how and when to use flash, and                    don’t feel comfortable using your digital camera yet, this is the perfect way to
      experiment with the basic principles of photographic composition to get the              get started! Notes: Bring your camera, manual, and cables to class. For a more
      most out of your camera—and yourself! Recommended for those new to                       extensive course in digital photography, see 55801/3. Prerequisite: Must
      photography as well as film photographers who want to make the switch to                 have a digital camera (any type). Suggested: Working knowledge of Windows
      digital. Three hours of short field trips are included. Notes: Bring your                or Macintosh.
      camera, manual, and extra batteries to class. This class is equivalent to 55801          $69              For: 3 hours
      with extra time to take photos. Prerequisite: Must have a digital camera (any            SQA: Aug 1                                     M               6:00pm-9:00pm
      type). Suggested: 55807, 55808.
                                                                                               Richard Nunez
      $329            For: 15 hours
      SQA: Aug 1-5                                      MTWThF 9:00am-12:00pm            55810 Using Natural Light in Digital Photography
      Pat Berrett                                                                              Learn how best to take advantage of natural light, regardless of the situation,
                                                                                               and develop your compositional skills. Practice and improve your knowledge
55804 Photography Composition                                                                  of digital photography with local field trips and subsequent critiques. Find out
      One definition for photographic composition is simple: the pleasing selection            how to take better photos, without having to buy an expensive and
      and arrangement of subjects within the picture area. In general, good pictures           complicated camera and without getting bogged down in a lot of technical
      result from careful attention to some basic elements of composition, together            details. Prerequisites: 55801/3; must have a digital camera (any type).
      with appropriate lighting and an interesting subject. Become familiar with the           $279            For: 12 hours
      practical applications of the key elements of composition to improve your                SQA: Jul 27-Aug 10                              W             6:00pm-8:00pm
      photography: point of interest, simplicity, contrast, balance, framing,                                                                  and Sa        5:00pm-8:00pm
      viewpoint, direction of movement, diagonals, and rule of thirds.                         Note: Required field trips on Saturday, 7/30/11 and 8/6/11, 5:00pm-
      Prerequisite: None.                                                                      8:00pm.
      $179             For: 6 hours                                                            Lisa Tannenbaum
      SQA: Jul 11-25                                  M               6:00pm-8:00pm
                                                                                         55821 Photography with a Digital Camera II
      Pat Berrett
                                                                                               Continue to discover the beauty and joy of digital photography. Make the
55807 Choosing the Right Digital Camera                                                        most of your camera—whether it’s the most basic point-and-shoot or a high
      Whether you’re looking to buy your first or fifth digital camera, you’ll want to         end dSLR—by understanding how you can set up your shots to get
      make the right choice. Gain the tools you need to make a good decision by                consistently good results. Fine-tune your photographic skills by practicing new
      discussing megapixels, zoom values, and JPG and RAW file formats. Find out               composition techniques, and learn the basics of product photography,
      how to transfer photos from camera to computer or print digital photos                   including how to set up shots for eBay and/or arts and crafts shows. Note:
      without ever using a computer at all! Note: To learn how to use your digital             Bring your camera, manual, and extra batteries to class. Prerequisites:
      camera, see 55808 and 55801/3. Prerequisite: None.                                       55801/3, must have a digital camera (any type).
      $69             For: 3 hours                                                             $279            For: 12 hours                                        Fall 2011
      SQA: Jun 29                                    W              6:00pm-9:00pm
                                                                                         55822 Professional Lighting Techniques for Digital Photography
      Richard Nunez
                                                                                               Create exceptional digital photographs by increasing your understanding of
                                                                                               light. The quantity and quality of light directly affect the outcome of your
                                                                                               photographs. Discover how to see light and then determine how the camera
 Get Ahead with Individual Tutoring
                                                                                               will respond to that light. Learn about ISO, exposure, white balance, color
 Explore a topic in more depth. Two-hour one-on-one Tutorial Electives are                     temperature, and color spaces. Setting up lighting equipment on location and
 available in Digital Arts if you have taken a related class of 6 hours or                     in the studio will be covered, including basic studio lighting in your home or
                                                                                               office. Prerequisite: 55801/3, must have a digital camera with manual
 longer. Contact Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037 to request your instructor,
                                                                                               capabilities. Suggested: 55821 or 55823, digital SLR.
 date and time. Some restrictions may apply. $149-199.
                                                                                               $199             For: 8 hours                                          Fall 2011


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55823 Digital SLR Techniques                                                             55827 Digital Wedding Photography
      Improve your digital SLR skills through a deeper understanding of how the                Learn the basics of digital wedding photography with your creative talent.
      digital imaging system works, and enhance your creative control over the                 Class topics will cover when to shoot in RAW and when to shoot in JPEG,
      image in printing and electronic/web display. Topics include: The Camera,                essential camera equipment, lens selection, photography styles based on client
      including controls, lenses and accessories; The Negative, including the sensor,          needs, day readiness, and presenting your customer outstanding finished
      RAW files, histograms and creative control; and The Print, including                     prints. There will be an outdoor field trip to simulate an on location event
      in-camera and post-processing manipulations to achieve your desired final                photographing your classmates using the topics learned in class. Prerequisites:
      product. Note: Bring your camera, manual, and extra batteries to class.                  55801/3, must have a digital camera with manual capabilities. Suggested:
      Prerequisites: 55801/3; must have a digital camera with manual capabilities,             55821 or 55823.
      digital SLR preferred.                                                                   $279                    For: 12 hours                               Spring 2012
      $229            For: 9 hours
      SQA: Jul 6-20                                  W              6:00pm-9:00pm
                                                                                         55828 Creating Depth in Digital Photography
      Richard Nunez                                                                            Learn the techniques of creating a strong sense of depth in your photos by
                                                                                               utilizing in-camera controls and making the most of photographic
55824 Nature and Landscape Photography in Digital                                              opportunities. Topics include the use of aperture and focal length to control
      Combine your natural talent with a solid working knowledge of your digital               depth of field and a comprehensive understanding of how light, background
      camera while in the great outdoors. Produce better results by applying basic             and textures can be used to make your images pop! Prerequisites: 55801/3,
      techniques and an understanding of what works better and why. Topics                     must have a digital camera with manual capabilities. Suggested: 55821 or
      include photographic gear, digital cameras, lenses and basic optics, when to             55823.
      shoot and how to make the most of your day, techniques and composition,                  $229            For: 9 hours
      night photography, astrophotography, and accessories. An outdoor excursion               SQA: Aug 2-9                                   TTh            6:00pm-8:00pm
      is included. Prerequisites: 55801/3, must have a digital camera with manual                                                             and Sa        9:00am-12:00pm
      capabilities.                                                                            Note: Required field trip on Saturday, 8/06/11, 9:00am-12:00pm.
      $279            For: 12 hours                                         Fall 2011          Barak Naggan
55825 Photographing People in Digital                                                    55829 Event Photography: End of Trail Wild West Jubilee
      Produce good digital pictures of people, indoors or outside. This class covers           Enhance your event photography skills. Join us as we capture cowboys, horses
      the basics of posing and lighting your subjects to get the look you want and             and shooting competitions at the End of Trail Wild West Jubilee in
      to get the best results from your photos. Learn to take quality candid photos            Edgewood, NM. Prepare for the event by learning about issues associated
      of adults and children at work or at play. Discuss the importance of lighting            with photographing people in public, choosing the best lenses, and clarifying
      and lens selection. Use the techniques learned to photograph your classmates             legal aspects. In the final session, gain insights for mastering event
      on a special class field trip. Prerequisites: 55801, must have a digital camera          photography through the instructor’s comments and suggestions and group
      with manual capabilities. Suggested: 55821 or 55823.                                     discussion. Prerequisites: 55801, must have a digital SLR.
      $279             For: 12 hours                                      Spring 2012          $229             For: 9 hours                                       Summer 2012

55826 Documentary Photography                                                            55830 Digital Black and White Photography
      Documentary photography projects go beyond the single image to tell a story.             Explore creative techniques to create interesting and artistic black and white
      Learn to create a series of images and organize them to convey a coherent                photographs using a digital camera. Discuss unique methods of exposure to
      message. This class is designed to give you the basis for creating a series of           develop various moods for your subject. Learn the benefits of photographing
      images that can range from a chronological series at an event to a themed                in JPEG and RAW, and when to utilize in-camera digital techniques to
      grouping about some idea or issue that is important to you. We will explore              enhance your black and white photographs. Composition techniques and lens
      defining the project and the steps needed to create the images and put them              selection will also be covered. Prerequisite: 55801/3, must have a digital
      into some format for presentation. Prerequisite: 55801/3; must have a digital            camera with manual capabilities.
      camera with manual capabilities. Suggested: 55821 or 55823.                              $279              For: 12 hours                                     Spring 2012
      $249            For: 10 hours                                          Fall 2011




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55831 Architectural Photography                                                            DIGITAL VIDEOGRAPHY AND FILMMAKING
      Tackle the challenges of photographing architecture and interiors. Explore the
                                                                                           55911 Digital Videography: An Introduction
      history of architectural photography, design theory and the aesthetics of
      compositional elements. Using exposure, depth of field, lens choices and color             Develop your technical and creative skills as a digital videographer. Learn how
      theory, find out how to evaluate a location and determine the best angles. In              to achieve satisfying and professional-looking footage using your own digital
      addition, learn about the technical issues of artificial and natural light and the         video camera. Implement some basic skills and shooting techniques. Topics
      materials used within the built environment to recognize differing qualities of            include the DV format, video camera capabilities, features and operation,
      light. Prerequisites: 55801/3, 56311/31 and must have a digital camera                     camera control, movement and composition, types of shots that make up a
      with manual capabilities.                                                                  scene, sound, light, and how to shoot with editing in mind. Class includes
      $279             For: 12 hours                                         Spring 2012         hands-on demonstrations and video exercises. Prerequisite: Working
                                                                                                 knowledge of your digital video camera; must have a digital video camera (any
55835 Multi-Shot Techniques for Digital Photography                                              type).
      Create stunning digital photographs using the latest multi-shot techniques.                $279             For: 12 hours
      Combine single camera shots into stitched panoramas, dramatic high dynamic                 SQA: Jun 7-16                                   TTh             6:00pm-9:00pm
      range (HDR) images, and eye-catching stacked depth of field (DOF) shots.                   Barak Naggan
      Composite your photographs using Photoshop and multi-shot software. Best
      methods for printing multi-shot photographs are also discussed.                      55912 Digital Videography II
      Prerequisites: 55801/3, 56311/31, and must have a digital SLR camera.                      Achieve satisfying and professional-looking footage using your personal digital
      $279            For: 12 hours                                     Spring 2012              video camera by applying basic skills and shooting techniques. Emphasis is on
                                                                                                 hands-on training and video exercises. Topics include camera movement and
55836 HDSLR Video for Photographers                                                              composition, types of shots that make up a scene, basic lighting setups,
      Travel the labyrinth of high definition digital SLR video with your digital                microphones and audio, and how to shoot with editing in mind.
      camera. Create enticing video clips using the best settings for your camera and            Prerequisites: 55911; must have a digital video camera (any type).
      discover how hdSLR video is different from camcorder operation. Explore                    $279             For: 12 hours                                     Spring 2012
      video terms and concepts, including camera moves, frame rate, codec, rolling
      shutter, etc., and receive pointers on exposure and focus to create a video that     55921 Documentary Videography
      is fun for everyone to watch. Assemble clips for web posting and other uses.               This class covers the essentials of making documentaries. Topics include
      In addition, dSLR audio limitations and stability options will be discussed.               watching excerpts from documentary films, looking at different filmmakers
      Prerequisites: 52008 or 54101/11, 55801, 56311/31, and must have a                         and their approach to reality, discussing documentary forms, and getting
      digital SLR camera with video capabilities.                                                familiar with typical camera equipment. Experience typical shooting situations
      $179             For: 6 hours                                         Fall 2011            such as setting up for an interview and observational camera techniques.
                                                                                                 Prerequisite: 55911. Suggested: Bring a digital video camera (not required).
                                                                                                 $279             For: 12 hours                                       Fall 2011
       Digital Photography Online
       Ed2Go instructor-led classes include:                                               55931 Cinematography Basics: Lights, Camera, Action!
       Discover Digital Photography                                          $119                New Mexico’s film students are in the perfect place at the perfect time. The
       Photographing People with Your Digital Camera                         $119                need for trained technicians has never been greater. Held in a working motion
       Secrets of Better Photography                                         $119                picture studio located right in the heart of Albuquerque, this class presents a
                                                                                                 number of realistic production simulations that give students the feeling of
       For more information call Caroline Orcutt at (505) 277-6037          or see               what it’s like to work on a feature film or television program. Participants
       our website.                                                                              receive insights into the features of the latest camcorders and location sound
                                                                                                 equipment as they learn the roles and responsibilities of professional film
                                                                                                 technicians. Note: A $75 studio fee will be collected the first day of class,
                                                                                                 payable to the instructor. Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                                 $279              For: 12 hours                                        Fall 2011




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55935 Green Screen Techniques                                                                     $279          For: 12 hours
      In these exciting digital times, more and more film work is being done in                   SFA:    Jun 2-14                              TTh            6:00pm-9:00pm
      front of a green screen. This course looks at all aspects of the technique                  Zac Van Note
      known as chroma keying, including creating or purchasing green and blue                     SFB:    Jun 13-17                             MWF            1:00pm-5:00pm
      screens, and lighting, camera, and editing techniques for chroma keying.                    Cindy Bernier
      Prerequisite: None.
                                                                                           56105 Scanning and Digitizing Photos
      $179            For: 6 hours
                                                                                                 Whether you’re scanning photographic prints, negatives, slides or other
      SQA: Jul 8                                      F               9:00am-4:00pm
                                                                                                 originals, gain the information you need to buy and use a variety of scanners.
      Note: This class meets at DATA High School.
                                                                                                 Learn the basics of scanning, how to choose the right scanner, and how to use
      John Grace                                                                                 scanners with popular software like Photoshop or Photoshop Elements.
55942 Community Media Studio Production                                                          Prerequisite: Working knowledge of Windows or Macintosh.
      Crew a live and pre-recorded studio television production at the Quote-                    $69              For: 3 hours
      Unquote, Inc. Community Media Center studios. Learn to operate Sony                        SFA:      Jun 18                              Sa             1:00pm-4:00pm
      studio cameras, and overhead grid lighting; use a character generator to create            Sean Lemons
      titles and credits; operate state-of-the-art video switchers for basic studio and
      high-end greenscreen productions; use audio equipment including Mackie               56121 InDesign: Beginning
      audio boards, lavalier, shotgun and handheld mics; as well as multiple decks,              Learn cutting-edge page layout with Adobe InDesign. Get an introduction to
      monitors and live studio call-in capabilities. Notes: Registration includes one            how a page layout program works and learn the basic tools and techniques.
      year annual membership to equipment and facilities use at Quote-Unquote,                   We cover character formatting, editing and linking text blocks, and importing
      Inc. for public access programming. This class has a 7-day cancellation policy.            text and graphics from other applications. In-class exercises emphasize the
      Prerequisite: None.                                                                        basic principles of typography and page layout. Prerequisites: 56101 and
                                                                                                 word-processing experience.
      $219             For: 18 hours                                           Fall 2011
                                                                                                 $279             For: 12 hours
55951 Film Production Assistant—Getting Set Ready                                                SFA:     Jun 21-30                             TTh             6:00pm-9:00pm
      Learn the intricacies of being a production assistant for film, television and             Zac Van Note
      commercials. Topics include set etiquette and protocol, tools of the trade, call
                                                                                           56122 InDesign: Intermediate
      sheets, production reports, petty cash, wrangling talent, signage, the proper
      use of set equipment, the basic union rules and regulations, and who’s who                 Refine your InDesign skills with in-depth use of text and graphics, including
      and what do they do. Prerequisite: None.                                                   tools for paragraph formatting, tabs, paragraph and character styles, text wrap,
                                                                                                 and working with imported graphics. We also focus on working with multi-
      $219            For: 12 hours
                                                                                                 page layouts, including Master Pages, automatic page numbering, and the
      SQA: Jun 21-30                                 TTh              1:00pm-4:00pm
                                                                                                 Pages palette. Students work on a newsletter in class. Basic preparation of your
      Shayne Sawyer                                                                              document for a commercial printer will be discussed. Prerequisite:
                                                                                                 56121/26.
COMPUTER GRAPHICS                                                                                $279             For: 12 hours
56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction                                                         SFA:      Jul 26-Aug 4                        TTh             6:00pm-9:00pm
                                                                                                 Zac Van Note
      Explore the differences between raster and vector graphics and determine
      which is best for each project. Learn about file formats such as TIFF, JPEG,         56123 InDesign: Advanced
      EPS, PDF, native, RAW data, and others, and discover how they work within                  Increase your InDesign efficiency, and learn professional page layout tricks.
      graphics software programs, including Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Flash,             Create long documents quickly using multiple Master Pages, sectioning, table
      Dreamweaver, and others. Additional topics include spot, RGB, CMYK, and                    of contents and index creation tools, and multi-file books. Data merge,
      Web color systems; 2D versus 3D graphics; and digital camera resolution                    libraries, Bezier drawing tools, tables, advanced typography techniques, an in-
      conversions. This course provides important prerequisite information for all               depth use of color, and prepress features are also covered. Prerequisite:
      beginning courses in computer graphics. Prerequisite: 52008 or 54101/11                    56122.
      or equivalent experience. Note: See Course Skills Assessment.
                                                                                                 $279              For: 12 hours                                    Spring 2012


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56126 InDesign: Beginning— Fast Track Friday                                              56211 Illustrator: Beginning
      Are you switching to InDesign? Do you have experience with PageMaker,                     Use Adobe Illustrator to create PostScript art in both color and black and
      Publisher, or QuarkXPress? Do you need to get up and running quickly? Get a               white. Learn the basic tools and techniques, including geometric and freeform
      fast-paced introduction to all the basic InDesign tools and techniques. We                drawing tools, transformation tools and path editing, paint and type tools, and
      cover character formatting, working with blocks of text, creating and working             exporting art for output. Special emphasis is given to the ways Illustrator
      with simple graphics, as well as importing text and graphics from other                   facilitates drawing. Students work on illustration projects in class.
      applications. Prerequisite: Working knowledge of any page layout software.                Prerequisite: 56101. Suggested: 55201.
      $229            For: 8 hours                                                              $279             For: 12 hours
      SFA:      Jul 8                                F               8:00am-5:00pm              SFA:       Jun 27-Jul 1                         MWF             1:00pm-5:00pm
      Note: This class includes lunch.                                                          Cindy Bernier
      Cindy Bernier
                                                                                          56212 Illustrator: Intermediate
56129 Book Publishing with InDesign— Fast Track Friday                                          Delve deeper into the creative power and the productive rewards of computer
      Make custom bookmaking easy with InDesign! Learn the processes and tips to                illustration. Topics include creating and using gradients, advanced type use, an
      make attractive wedding and event books, annual reports, long brochures or                in-depth look at Illustrator’s color controls, and plug-in filters. Several
      promotion books. We will focus on creating effective custom-made photos                   illustrations and single-page displays are presented for use in class.
      books and bookmaking features such as multiple master pages, sectioning, and              Prerequisite: 56211.
      table of contents and index creation tools. We will also discuss digital prepress         $279              For: 12 hours
      topics, how to get your book printed, and available template-based book-                  SFA:       Jul 11-15                             MWF             1:00pm-5:00pm
      making options. Prerequisite: 56121. Suggested: 56122.
                                                                                                Cindy Bernier
      $229            For: 8 hours
      SFA:      Aug 5                               F                8:00am-5:00pm        56213 Illustrator: Advanced
      Note: This class includes lunch.                                                          Learn advanced computer illustration techniques such as blending, masking,
      Cindy Bernier                                                                             compound paths, pattern fills, importing art from other programs, and using
                                                                                                layers. Discuss advanced output topics, including trapping and separations.
56181 Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs— Fast Track Friday                                         Students practice putting these techniques together to create complex
      Learn how to use the note-making and markup capabilities of Acrobat Pro to                illustrations. Prerequisite: 56212.
      make notations to documents for editing and updating. Set up navigation                   $279             For: 12 hours
      features to make it easy for users to link to other pages, web pages, or other            SFA:       Aug 8-12                            MWF           1:00pm-5:00pm
      PDFs. Discover how to embed hyperlinks into PDF files, manipulate how a
                                                                                                Cindy Bernier
      PDF opens for a user, and even make text changes in a PDF. Prerequisite:
      52008 or 54101/11 or equivalent experience.                                         56311 Photoshop: Beginning
      $229             For: 8 hours                                                             With Adobe Photoshop you can do everything from retouching photos to
      SFA:      Jul 22                                 F             8:00am-5:00pm              creating original illustrations and collages. Apply lighting and color corrections
      Note: This class includes lunch.                                                          and correct lens distortions to enhance your photos. Learn about the
      Anita Quintana                                                                            importance of camera RAW files and how to process them. Use the
                                                                                                retouching tools, painting techniques and basic filters to improve or alter your
56185 Digital Prepress                                                                          photos. Additional topics include file formats, working with type, using Adobe
      Learn to prepare digital files for commercial printing in this introduction to            Bridge, and an introduction to basic selections and layers. Prerequisite:
      electronic prepress technology. Discover the fundamental terms and                        56101.
      technology involved, including pagination, spot and process color, trapping,              $279            For: 12 hours
      registration, color separations, halftones and printing technologies. Master the          SFA:     Jun 14-21                               TTh            1:00pm-5:00pm
      basics of preparing quality files in InDesign, QuarkXPress, Photoshop,
                                                                                                Anita Quintana
      Illustrator, and Acrobat. Prerequisites: 56111/21 and 56311. Suggested:
      56181, 56211.
      $279             For: 12 hours                                       Spring 2012



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56312 Photoshop: Intermediate                                                              56328 Photoshop Extreme: Advanced Effects and Design Strategies
      Learn advanced selection methods to selectively adjust images. Work with a                 This intensive workshop introduces aspiring digital arts professionals to a rich
      variety of layer techniques to combine, enhance and transform your images.                 array of image manipulation, design strategies and photo-realistic techniques
      Organize and cross-index your image collection with Bridge. Learn about                    with Photoshop. Explore Photoshop’s advanced features, building both
      color modes, photo touchup and restoration techniques. Further explore the                 technical and design competencies for print, web and new media. From pencil
      power of Adobe Camera Raw, and dip into Photoshop’s automation                             layout to image creation, psychology of color and special effects, this master
      capabilities. Prerequisite: 56311/31.                                                      workshop will help you develop an artist’s eye for editing and building
      $279              For: 12 hours                                                            compelling digital images for real world assignments. Taught by entertainment
      SFA:      Jul 12-19                           TTh           1:00pm-5:00pm                  Los Angeles-based designer Scott Saltsman.
      Anita Quintana                                                                             $219            For: 8 hours
                                                                                                 SFA:      Jun 6-8                              MW             5:30pm-9:30pm
56313 Photoshop: Advanced
                                                                                                 Scott Saltsman
      Learn to use Photoshop like the pros! Discover advanced techniques for
      enhancing photographs and compositing images, advanced use of layers (layer          56331 Photoshop Elements: Beginning
      masks, layer comps, smart objects, smart filters), advanced selections and                 Use Photoshop Elements (an inexpensive version of Photoshop) to color-
      special effects with channels, automating and batch processing. The course                 correct, crop, and fine-tune your photographs. Add text and other
      includes exercises in enhancing a variety of images and creating complex                   enhancements to your photos, and explore several methods of sharing them,
      collage-based art. Prerequisite: 56312.                                                    including via email and printing. Understand the differences between JPEG,
      $279             For: 12 hours                                      Spring 2012            TIFF, and camera RAW formats, and discuss the basics of color management.
                                                                                                 Prerequisite: 52008 or 54101/11 or equivalent experience. Suggested:
56325 Photoshop for Video                                                                        56101.
      Enhance your video production with the power of Photoshop. This course                     $279             For: 12 hours
      covers Photoshop graphics production techniques for digital video editing.                 SFA:      Jun 20-29                           MW             6:00pm-9:00pm
      Topics include moving image fundamentals, alpha channels, automation                       Note: This class is Windows only.
      techniques, aspect ratio and pixel shape. We’ll also discuss integrating                   Sean Lemons
      Photoshop with Final Cut Pro, Premiere, Motion, and After Effects.
      Prerequisite: 56312. Suggested: 57311/21 or 57411/31 or 57910/1/2 or                 56332 Photoshop Elements: Intermediate
      some experience with video editing or motion graphics.                                     Harness the power of layers and selection tools to further enhance your
      $229            For: 9 hours                                           Fall 2011           photos. Look into Photoshop Elements’ powerful panorama stitching
                                                                                                 capabilities, explore methods of restoring old photos, and experiment with
56326 Photoshop for the Web                                                                      filters and blending modes to make your photos look even more artistic.
      Use Photoshop as an effective tool to prepare images for the Web. Optimize                 Prerequisite: 56311/31.
      GIF, JPEG and PNG files for quality and quick downloads. Create animated                   $279             For: 12 hours
      GIFs, rollover images and web icons. Learn best-practice methods to create                 SFA:      Jul 12-19                            TTh           5:30pm-9:30pm
      images slices and integrate images into your Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).                 Note: This class is Windows only.
      Create an image gallery and convert a Photoshop mock-up into a working                     Sean Lemons
      HTML interface. Prerequisite: 56311/31.
      $219            For: 8 hours                                     Spring 2012         56333 Photoshop Elements: Advanced
                                                                                                 Use Photoshop Elements to further enhance your digital photo editing
56327 Photoshop for Print                                                                        abilities, and explore the strength and flexibility of the Camera RAW dialog
      Discover the best ways to prepare your Photoshop projects for print. Learn                 window. Learn to combine gradients and brushes with layer masks to correct
      how to set up your color images for output to a commercial printer. Topics                 color, lighting, and noise issues; experiment with creating digital frames and
      include using channels for Pantone colors, color matching files when                       edge effects; and delve even more deeply into the use of blending modes and
      exporting from Photoshop to InDesign, understanding the differences in set-                filters. Prerequisite: 56332.
      up for one- and four-color process, and the effect of paper choices on the final           $219             For: 8 hours                                          Fall 2011
      printed project. We will also discuss the pros and cons of digital printing verses
      commercial printing. Prerequisite: 56311.
      $219             For: 8 hours                                          Fall 2011

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56351 Web Graphics with Fireworks                                                       56392 Color Theory in Digital Media
      Create efficient, attractive Web graphics and animations. Learn how to                  Color is a critical part of design—whether your project is destined for print,
      optimize GIFs and JPEGs for fast download without losing image quality, use             web, video or other media. A clear understanding of color theory and practical
      Web colors effectively, create graphics and Web page layouts within                     applications is the key to using color with confidence. Learn to apply theory in
      Macromedia Fireworks’ unique vector/raster environment, and use the                     digital applications, including Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Flash,
      animation tools to create animated GIFs and simple Flash animations. We also            Dreamweaver and more. Learn the differences and applications for Pantone,
      explore Fireworks’ HTML-generating features, including image maps, image                CMYK, RGB, Hexadecimal colors, and other important color tools. The
      slicing, and JavaScript rollovers. Prerequisite: 56101.                                 psychology of color and color harmonies are also addressed. Prerequisite:
      $279             For: 12 hours                                                          56101.
      SFA:      Jul 25-Aug 3                           MW           6:00pm-9:00pm             $179              For: 6 hours
      Jason Nakai                                                                             SFA:      Jul 5-7                               TTh           9:15am-12:15pm
                                                                                              Anita Quintana
56361 Lightroom: Beginning
      Adobe Lightroom is an ideal photo editing tool for beginners and seasoned
                                                                                               Computer Graphics Online
      photographers alike. With Lightroom, getting your photography into the
      digital workflow on your computer is easier than ever. Import, process,                  SkillSoft self-study classes include:
      manage, and showcase your images from one shot to an entire shoot. Enjoy                 56800N Adobe Acrobat 8.0                                            $199
      tight integration with Photoshop allowing you to quickly make changes and                56808N Acrobat 9: Fundamentals                                      $109
      then see the updated effects in Lightroom. Learn how to import photos,                   56814N       InDesign CS4: Fundamentals                             $109
      organize them, make changes and color corrections, and use Lightroom to                  56817N       Adobe Illustrator CS3                                  $259
      present your images to an audience. Prerequisite: 52008 or 54101/11 or
                                                                                               56818N       Adobe Illustrator CS4                                  $209
      equivalent experience. Suggested: 56101.
                                                                                               56836N Adobe Photoshop CS3                                          $199
      $279             For: 12 hours                                      Fall 2011
                                                                                               56837N Adobe Photoshop CS4                                          $209
56371 Aperture: Beginning                                                                      56845N Adobe Fireworks CS4                                          $109
      Import, preview and adjust your photos with ease using Apple Aperture. Use               Ed2Go instructor-led classes include:
      flags and color labels to make selects in the full-screen browser. With                  Creating Web Graphics with Photoshop CS3                            $119
      adjustment presets and brushes, retouch and perfect your shots. In addition,             Intermediate Photoshop CS3                                          $119
      create HD quality multimedia slideshows to share your work on websites like              Introduction to CorelDraw X3                                        $119
      Flickr or Facebook. Prerequisite: 54101/11 or equivalent experience.
                                                                                               Introduction to InDesign CS3                                        $119
      $279             For: 12 hours                                      Spring 2012
                                                                                               Introduction to InDesign CS4                                        $119
56391 Color Management and Calibration                                                         Introduction to Illustrator CS4                                     $119
      Find out how to get what you see on your monitor to match what comes out                 Introduction to Photoshop CS3 or CS4                                $119
      of your printer. The key is calibration and consistent color management. Learn           Photoshop CS4 or CS5 for the Digital Photographer                   $119
      the basics, so that you can select and use calibration hardware and color                Photoshop CS5 for the Digital Photographer II                       $119
      management software to get consistent results for your digital photos, design            Photoshop Elements 7 or 8 for the Digital Photographer              $119
      proofs, and more. Prerequisite: 52008 or 54101/11 or equivalent
                                                                                               For more information, call Caroline Orcutt at (505) 277-6037
      experience.
                                                                                               or see our website.
      $99              For: 3 hours
      SFA:     Jun 16                                 Th            6:00pm-9:00pm
      Zac Van Note




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ANIMATION AND VIDEO PRODUCTION                                                          57115 Cartoon Animation with Flash
                                                                                              Learn how to design and setup various types of characters for a Flash
57105 Principles of Motion Graphics
                                                                                              animation production, including tips and tricks to speed up the process.
      Create the illusion of motion or transformation with photography, video,                Refine your skills with simple animations that will provide an overview of
      illustration, and animation. Learn how images and type are choreographed to             classic principles. Topics include lipsync and walk-cycle fundamentals.
      produce attractive and dynamic motion graphics. Discuss the history of                  Prerequisite: 57112.
      motion graphics, and its importance in film, television, and digital media.
                                                                                              $219              For: 8 hours                                     Spring 2012
      Topics include design and concept considerations, compositing tools and
      techniques, and criteria for output delivery to digital media. Prerequisite:      57117 Creating CBT with Flash
      52008 or 54101/11 or equivalent experience.
                                                                                              Flash is a great environment for creating and incorporating dynamic and
      $269             For: 9 hours                                         Fall 2011         attractive features to computer-based training (CBT), from graphics and
57111 Flash: Beginning                                                                        animation to quizzes, exercises, and even tracking systems. This overview
      Work with Adobe Flash’s timeline-based animation system to create animated              course looks at several successful Flash-based CBTs, and examines how
      presentations for delivery in a wide variety of formats. Topics include using           modular navigation structures, quizzes, exercises, and user tracking can be
      Flash drawing tools, creating animations with keyframes and tweening, linking           built in Flash and delivered on the Internet or on CD. Prerequisite: 57111.
      Flash movies together into websites or other presentation formats, and                  $179             For: 6 hours                                      Spring 2012
      publishing Flash movies for delivery on the Web, CD or DVD. Prerequisite:
                                                                                        57121 Flash Catalyst
      56101 or 57105. Suggested: 56211, 57105.
                                                                                              With Flash Catalyst you can now transform static Photoshop, Illustrator and
      $279            For: 12 hours
                                                                                              Fireworks artwork into fully interactive Flash projects without writing code!
      SFA:     Jun 23-30                               TTh           1:00pm-5:00pm
                                                                                              This class covers planning a Flash Catalyst project, importing assets, creating
      Anita Quintana                                                                          navigation, and publishing projects. Topics include roundtrip editing with
57112 Flash: Intermediate                                                                     Photoshop and Illustrator, integrating audio and video, and creating a user
                                                                                              interface. Prerequisite: 56101.
      Take your Flash animation to the next level! Create custom gradients for 3D
      effects in artwork, and work with shape tweening and animation along a path.            $279             For: 12 hours                                         Fall 2011
      Add simple interactivity with ActionScript, Flash’s increasingly powerful
                                                                                        57131 ActionScript with Flash
      authoring language. Learn to control large projects with scenes. Add event
      sounds and soundtracks to presentations, and synchronize animation and                  Flash movies give websites complex interactivity and a rich graphical interface,
      sound. Prerequisite: 57111.                                                             and ActionScript gives Flash movies their interactive power. Learn the
                                                                                              fundamentals of ActionScript, how it works within Flash movies, and how to
      $279             For: 12 hours
                                                                                              create scripted animations, complex interfaces, Flash forms, and online games
      SFA:      Jul 21-28                            TTh             1:00pm-5:00pm            through scripting. Manage large multi-movie projects using Flash’s Load
      Anita Quintana                                                                          Movie and shared libraries features. Prerequisite: 57111. Suggested: 57112,
57113 Flash: Advanced                                                                         58401 or 58411.
      Advance your Flash skills! Work with mask layers and bitmap graphics and add            $329             For: 12 hours
      video to your presentations. Make character animation a snap with inverse               SFA:      Aug 8-11                             MTWTh          6:00pm-9:00pm
      kinetics and animate in 3D space. Discover how to reuse your animations with            Sean Lemons
      motion presets. Learn to manage large multi-movie projects using Flash’s
                                                                                        57141 Game Design with Flash
      Load Movie and shared libraries features. ActionScript topics include basic
      concepts of object-oriented scripting. In addition, we will discuss best                In a world of gaming engines, 3D graphics, and much much more, game
      practices to repurpose your script for future Flash projects. Prerequisite:             design with Flash is one of the many ways to learn the basics in creating
      57112. Suggested: 58401 or 58411.                                                       games. Deconstruct some basic techniques used for creating games, such as
      $329            For: 12 hours                                         Fall 2011         hunt and click games, catch and avoid games, games using text and graphics,
                                                                                              and more. We will take an in-depth look coding and animation techniques.
                                                                                              Prerequisite: 57112. Suggested: 57131.
                                                                                              $249            For: 8 hours                                       Spring 2012



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57151 Captivate: Beginning                                                               57241 Maya: Beginning 3D Animation
      Adobe Captivate provides quick and easy ways to create training objects for              Animate computer-generated models, characters, and visual effects for games,
      computer-based training or web-based training (CBT/WBT). Explore the                     commercials, TV shows, films and more with AutoDesk Maya. Centered on
      easy-to-learn tools for creating presentations, software demonstrations, quizzes         the real world animation production process for professional animators, begin
      and more. In addition, learn how using Captivate will assist in making your              by animating characters to fit certain character moods. In addition, learn how
      training 508 compliant. Best practices for creating CBT or WBT are also                  to animate scenes using cameras and lights and basic key-frame animation.
      discussed. Prerequisite: 52008 or 54101/11.                                              Prerequisite: 57231.
      $279            For: 12 hours                                        Fall 2011           $329            For: 12 hours                                      Spring 2012
57230 Maya: Foundation                                                                   57242-57243 Maya: Intermediate-Advanced 3D Animation
      Welcome to Autodesk Maya, one of the world’s leading software applications               Call Caroline Orcutt at (505) 277-6037 for information.
      for 3D digital animation and visual effects. Maya Foundation covers essential
      techniques to establish a balance workflow method within the software. In          57301 Video Editing Basics
      Maya Foundation learn how to use the software and where to find the                      You’ve heard of Final Cut Pro, Avid, or Premiere, but haven’t dared to start
      appropriate tools to establish the techniques you’re trying to reach. Explore a          editing your own films yet? This course takes you from the beginning into all
      range of tools that will allow you to create and understand basic 3D modeling,           that’s necessary to put a video together using professional video editing
      animations, textures, renders and lighting concepts to achieve photo realistic           software. Get familiar with logging your material, learn basic editing
      imagery and animated visual effects! Prerequisite: 56101 or 57105.                       procedures, and explore how image and sound together make a compelling
      Suggested: 56211, 56311 or 57105.                                                        film. At the end, export and show your film. These basic editing techniques
      $329            For: 12 hours                                                            can be applied to any video editing program. Prerequisite: 52008 or
      SDA: Jul 5-14                                   TTh            6:00pm-9:00pm             54101/11 or equivalent experience.
      Note: This class is Windows only.                                                        $269             For: 9 hours
      Lorenzo Barr                                                                             SDA: Jun 7-14                                  TTh             2:00pm-5:00pm
                                                                                               Barak Naggan
57231 Maya: Beginning 3D Modeling
      With beginning modeling, explore the three types of modeling surfaces;             57311 Premiere: Beginning
      polygons, nurbs and subdivision surfaces. Learn the way a model deforms,                 Learn the basics of video and audio editing using the non-linear editing
      animates, and renders depends on how the model is built. Discover that the               (NLE) system Adobe Premiere. Topics include traditional editing vs. NLE,
      flow of geometry requires planning and learn how to approach each 3D                     DV capture, importing, editing, transitions, keying, effects, audio, titles, and
      model with step by step instructions called poly-by-poly modeling. In                    digital movie file export formats. Students assemble several short movies that
      addition, develop your skills in creating accurate 3-dimensional character               demonstrate various editing techniques for video and sound. Prerequisite:
      gaming models from 2-dimensional artwork. Prerequisite: 57230.                           52008 or 54101/11. Suggested: 57301, 56311 or basic knowledge of
      Suggested: 55201, and 56211 or 56311.                                                    editing terminology.
      $429            For: 16 hours                                         Fall 2011          $429             For: 16 hours                                         Fall 2011

57235 Maya Lighting Effects                                                              57312 Premiere: Intermediate
      Follow step by step projects to understand the lighting and rendering                    Go beyond the fundamentals of video and sound editing and learn more
      dynamics stages of production. Explore the importance of balance lighting                advanced non-linear editing techniques: keyframes, motion effects,
      and rendering 3D imagery with an in-depth look at the Maya renderer.                     chromakeying, video codecs for the Internet, and advanced titling. Import
      Projects focus on how to achieve lighting effects that are a mix of technical            music from a CD or MP3 Player, and create soundscapes by mixing audio
      and aesthetic execution within a scene. We also cover the advantages and                 tracks. Prerequisite: 57311.
      limitations of shadows, raytracing, and rendering for special effects and                $329            For: 12 hours                                       Fall 2011
      compositing. Understand the importance that light plays in the success of
      telling of a story though various lighting projects. Prerequisite: 57231.          57321 Final Cut Pro: Beginning
      $329             For: 12 hours                                         Fall 2011         Learn basic non-linear editing while becoming familiar with the Final Cut Pro
                                                                                               user interface. Topics include basic setup, customizing preferences and
                                                                                               settings, capturing video and audio, various editing and trimming techniques,
                                                                                               Ripple, Roll, Slip, and Slide tools, audio editing and audio creation, finishing


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       and final output. Notes: Final Cut Express users are welcome. This class is       57431 Motion: Beginning
       equivalent to FCP 100 (57910). Prerequisite: 54101/11 or basic knowledge                Step into action with Motion, Apple’s revolutionary software for motion
       of Macintosh OS X; must have Macintosh experience. Suggested: 57301 or                  graphics design. Work with Motion’s Real-Time Design engine and interface,
       57910 or basic knowledge of editing terminology.                                        and learn about behavior-based animation, parameter behaviors, blend modes,
       $479            For: 16 hours                                                           advanced particle system design, advanced title animation and templates.
       SDA: Jun 23-24                               ThF            8:00am-5:00pm               Additional topics include chroma key techniques, masking methods, advanced
       Note: This class is Macintosh only.                                                     3D features, working with audio, keyframing and integration. Note: This class
       Brad Stoddard                                                                           is equivalent to Motion 101 (57951). 57951 includes a discontinued exam
                                                                                               voucher. Prerequisite: 57321 or 57911/2 (FCP 101, 102 or 200) or basic
57322 Final Cut Pro: Beginning-Intermediate                                                    knowledge of Final Cut Pro. Suggested: 57105 or basic knowledge of motion
      Perform basic editing functions while becoming familiar with the Final Cut               graphics terminology.
      Pro user interface. Learn to mark and edit clips, mix sound, add titles, create          $479             For: 16 hours                                   Spring 2012
      transitions, apply filters, and more. Topics include basic setup, customizing
      preferences and settings, capturing video and audio, various editing and           57561 Creating a Digital Demo Reel
      trimming techniques, Ripple, Roll, Slip, and Slide tools, audio editing and              Whether you’re applying to a school, for project funding, or for employment,
      audio creation, finishing and final output. Notes: This class is equivalent to           you will need to showcase your work. Learn about the basics of a convincing
      57911. Class 57911 includes an Apple Certification Exam Session at a                     reel. We will discuss what to select from your work, how to prepare it, and
      discounted price. Prerequisite: 54101/11 or basic knowledge of Macintosh                 how to choose the right video format for transfer to DVD. Bring your work
      OS X; must have Macintosh experience. Suggested: 57301 or 57910 or basic                 and we’ll transform it into a compelling Digital Demo Reel, or use samples
      knowledge of editing terminology.                                                        supplied in class. Prerequisites: 57105 or 57301, and basic digital filmmaking
      $699             For: 24 hours                                                           or animation experience.
      SDA: Jul 19-21                                   TWTh           8:00am-5:00pm            $249             For: 8 hours                                     Spring 2012
      Note: This class is Macintosh only.
      Brad Stoddard
                                                                                                Animation Online
57323-57324 Final Cut Pro: Advanced
                                                                                                SkillSoft self-study classes include:
      See pages 57-58 for additional Final Cut Pro classes under Apple Creative
                                                                                                57817N       Adobe Flash CS3                                       $259
      Professional, or call Caroline Orcutt at (505) 277-6037 for information.
                                                                                                57818N       Adobe Flash CS4                                       $299
57351 Video for the Web                                                                         57819N       Adobe AIR for Flash Developers                        $109
      It’s not only YouTube—video content on the Internet is moving fast. Find out              57831N       Adobe Captivate 4                                     $109
      how to get your video out there. Edit video material, compress it, and put it
                                                                                                Ed2Go instructor-led classes include:
      on the Web. Learn to export video content from video-editing software, get
                                                                                                Introduction to Flash 8                                            $119
      familiar with the right compression formats and Codecs, and prepare and
      upload your film. Discover streaming video and explore setting up a basic live            Making Movies with Windows XP                                      $119
      broadcast. Prerequisite: 57311/21 or 57910/1/2. Suggested: 55911, bring                   Gatlin in-depth curriculum includes:
      a digital video camera (not required).                                                    3ds Max                                                          $1695
      $329             For: 12 hours                                       Fall 2011            For more information, call Caroline Orcutt at (505) 277-6037
                                                                                                or see our website.
57411 After Effects: Beginning
      Learn the fundamentals of animating digital images and title sequences to
      create powerful motion graphics. Topics include setting up a composition,
      keyframe techniques, layer essentials, adjustment layers, creating and
      synchronizing motion, 3D space, camera and lighting basics, and creating
      animated text. Students complete modules to create a motion graphic
      animation. Prerequisite: 57301. Suggested: 57105, and 57311/21 or
      57910/1/2.
      $329            For: 12 hours                                          Fall 2011


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AUDIO AND MUSIC PRODUCTION                                                             57691 Music Promotion and Distribution
                                                                                             Learn the ins and outs of promoting and distributing your independently
57601 Digital Audio: An Introduction
                                                                                             produced music online. Emphasis on getting your music into online stores
      Learn the fundamentals of computer recording. Topics include multitrack                such as iTunes,amazon, etc. Mastering, artwork, radio, movie, tv placements,
      recording, podcasting basics, virtual instrument and effect plugins, two-track         management, touring, licensing, and copyrights are topics that will also be
      editing, understanding file formats, computer audio hardware basics, and               covered. Prerequisite: None.
      internet audio. Prerequisite: 52008 or 54101/11 or equivalent experience.              $199            For: 6 hours
      $269            For: 9 hours                                                           SDA: Jul 6-13                                MW             6:00pm-8:00pm
      SDA: Jun 8-15                                  MW             6:00pm-9:00pm            Joey Belville
      Joey Belville
57611 Logic Pro: Beginning-Intermediate                                                APPLE CREATIVE PROFESSIONAL
      Master the primary features and basic user interface of Logic Pro. Learn how     FOR VIDEO, AUDIO AND MUSIC
      to generate a customized audio and midi configuration that will seamlessly
                                                                                              Notes: Most Apple Creative Professional courses include an Apple Exam Session
      integrate with your own personal production studio. Create your own song
                                                                                              valid for six months after the course completion date. All Apple Creative
      using Logic Pro’s comprehensive array of software instruments, Apple Loops
                                                                                              Professional classes require a written request 14 days prior to the start date to
      and DSP effects. In-depth lessons cover MIDI and audio recording,
                                                                                              drop a class or transfer to another section. Exams are non-refundable.
      streamlined editing and arrangement techniques, user defined key commands,
      automation, scoring to picture and surround mixing. Note: This class is          57910 FCP 100: An Overview of Final Cut Pro 7
      equivalent to 57981. 57981 includes an Apple Certification Exam Session at a           This two-day, hands-on course introduces students to the primary feature set
      discounted price. Prerequisite: 54101/11 or basic knowledge of Macintosh               and basic interface of Final Cut Pro. In this course, you’ll learn to perform
      OS X; must have Macintosh experience. Suggested: 57601 or basic                        basic editing functions while familiarizing yourself with the user interface.
      knowledge of audio terminology.                                                        Topics include basic setup, adjusting and customizing preferences and settings,
      $699            For: 24 hours                                                          capturing video and audio, various editing and trimming techniques, Ripple,
      SDA: Jul 18-28                                 MTWTh          6:00pm-9:00pm            Roll, Slip and Slide tools, audio editing and audio creation, finishing and final
      Note: This class is Macintosh only.                                                    output. Note: This is an AATC course. This class has a 14-day cancellation
      Joey Belville                                                                          policy. Prerequisite: 54101/11 or basic knowledge of Macintosh OS X; must
                                                                                             have Macintosh experience. Suggested: 57301 or basic knowledge of editing
57613-57614 Logic Pro: Advanced                                                              terminology.
       See pages 59-60 for Logic Pro classes under Apple Creative Professional, or           $479             For: 16 hours
       call Caroline Orcutt at (505) 277-6037 for information.                               SDA: Jun 23-24                                  ThF             8:00am-5:00pm
57641 Reason: Software with a Beat                                                           Brad Stoddard
      Create a virtual music studio with Propellerhead Reason. Put together a          57911 FCP 101/102: An Introduction to Final Cut Pro 7
      collection of virtual instruments to be played live or used with other
      sequencing software such as Logic Pro or GarageBand. Find out how to load              This three-day course teaches you to perform basic editing functions while
      and edit patches, samples, and drumloops to create your musical masterpiece.           becoming familiar with the Final Cut Pro user interface. Learn to mark and
      You will also learn basic sequencing, mixing, and automation techniques.               edit clips, mix sound, add titles, create transitions, apply filters, and more.
      Reason is the perfect solution for music bed, soundtrack, hip hop, rhythm and          Topics include basic setup, customizing preferences and settings, capturing
      blues, rock, and electronic music creation. Come prepared to rock!                     video and audio, various editing and trimming techniques, Ripple, Roll, Slip,
      Prerequisite: 57601.                                                                   and Slide tools, audio editing and audio creation, finishing and final output.
                                                                                             Notes: This is an AATC course. Exam session is included, valid for six months
      $329             For: 12 hours
                                                                                             upon completion of the class. This class has a 14-day cancellation policy.
      SDA: Aug 1-10                                   MW             6:00pm-9:00pm           Prerequisite: 54101/11 or basic knowledge of Macintosh OS X; must have
      Joey Belville                                                                          Macintosh experience. Suggested: 57301 or 57910 or basic knowledge of
                                                                                             editing terminology.
                                                                                             $799             For: 24 hours
                                                                                             SDA: Jul 19-21                                    TWTh             8:00am-5:00pm
                                                                                             Brad Stoddard

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57913 FCP 300: Final Cut Pro 7 Advanced Editing                                             57941 Color 101: Introduction to Color Correction in Final Cut Studio
      This three-day course teaches students hard-to-find advanced editing and                    This two-day hands-on course will familiarize you with the color correcting
      finishing techniques. Learn how to create polished transitions, fix screen                  capabilities of Final Cut Studio. Start with the basics of color balancing and
      direction errors, edit multi-camera projects, work with nested sequences,                   correction, and move on to the fine points of secondary grading, including
      create fantastic effects use filters creatively and composite like a pro. This              scene matching, using vignettes to isolate and track regions, creating
      course also covers advanced workflows for managing media and working with                   advanced color effects and looks, skin tone adjustments, adjusting the
      film. Notes: This is an AATC course. Exam session is included, valid for six                composition and framing of a shot, and much more. Notes: This is an AATC
      months upon completion of the class. This class has a 14-day cancellation                   course. Exam session is included, valid for six months upon completion of the
      policy. Prerequisite: 57911 (FCP 101/102) or basic knowledge of Final Cut                   class. This class has a 14-day cancellation policy. Prerequisite: 57911 (FCP
      Pro. Suggested: Level One Final Cut Pro End User certification.                             101/102) or basic knowledge of Final Cut Pro. Suggested: Level One Final
      $799             For: 24 hours                                            Fall 2011         Cut Pro End User certification.
                                                                                                  $579              For: 16 hours                                         Fall 2011
57921 Sound 101: Introduction to Sound Editing in Final Cut Studio
      Learn to edit audio files, repair field recordings, perform multitrack arranging      57951 Motion 101: Introduction to Motion 4
      and mixing, synchronize audio and video, analyze and fix common audio                       This three-day, hands-on course will familiarize students with Motion, Apple’s
      problems, and perform other creative sound design techniques. Designed for                  revolutionary software for motion graphics design. This comprehensive course
      those who want to learn the basics of audio content, creation, editing, and                 covers working with Motion’s Real-Time Design engine and interface,
      mixing, this course focuses on practical, professional techniques used to add               behavior-based animation, parameter behaviors, blend modes, advanced
      professional music and sound effects to video and multimedia projects. Notes:               particle system design, advanced title animation, working with templates,
      This is an AATC course. Exam session is included, valid for six months upon                 chroma key techniques, masking methods, advanced 3D features, working
      completion of the class. This class has a 14-day cancellation policy.                       with audio, keyframing, and integration. Notes: This is an AATC course.
      Prerequisite: 57911 (FCP 101/102) or basic knowledge of Final Cut Pro.                      Exam session is included, valid for six months upon completion of the class.
      Suggested: 57601 or basic knowledge of audio terminology. Level One Final                   This class has a 14-day cancellation policy. Prerequisite: 57911 (FCP
      Cut Pro End User certification.                                                             101/102) or basic knowledge of Final Cut Pro. Suggested: 57105 or basic
      $579            For: 16 hours                                        Spring 2012            knowledge of motion graphics terminology; Level One Final Cut Pro End
                                                                                                  User certification.
57931 DVDSP 101: Introduction to DVD Studio Pro                                                   $579             For: 16 hours                                     Spring 2012
      This three-day course delves into the world of DVD authoring with DVD
      Studio Pro. Learn everything you need to create a professional DVD title. You         57981 Logic 101/102: An Introduction to Logic Express and Logic Pro 9
      will be guided through every aspect of DVD authoring, from initial                          This three-day hands-on course introduces students to the primary features
      storyboarding to burning and replication. Using compelling media and a real-                and basic user interface of Logic Pro. Students learn how to generate a
      world production workflow, you will learn how to create amazing MPEG 2                      customized audio and midi configuration that will seamlessly integrate with
      video with Compressor as well as create eye-popping motion menus directly in                their own personal production studio. Students also create their own song
      DVD Studio Pro. Author a DVD by creating buttons, interactive links,                        using Logic Pro’s comprehensive array of software instruments, Apple Loops
      slideshows, playlists and even adding alternate audio stream and camera                     and DSP effects. In-depth lessons will cover MIDI and audio recording,
      angles. Notes: This is an AATC course. Exam session is included, valid for six              streamlined editing and arrangement techniques, user defined key commands,
      months upon completion of the class. This class has a 14-day cancellation                   automation, scoring to picture and surround mixing. Notes: This is an AATC
      policy. Prerequisite: 54101/11 or basic knowledge of Macintosh OS X; must                   course. Exam session is included, valid for six months upon completion of the
      have Macintosh experience. Suggested: 57910/1 (FCP 100 or 101/102) or                       class. This class has a 14-day cancellation policy. Prerequisite: 54101/11 or
      some knowledge of Final Cut Pro.                                                            basic knowledge of Macintosh OS X; must have Macintosh experience.
      $579            For: 16 hours                                       Fall 2011               Suggested: 57601 or basic knowledge of audio terminology.
                                                                                                  $799              For: 24 hours
                                                                                                  SDA: Jul 18-28                                   MTWTh          6:00pm-9:00pm
                                                                                                  Joey Belville




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57983 Logic 301: Advanced Music Production in Logic Pro 9                              WEB DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
      This three-day course teaches invaluable real-world techniques for music
                                                                                       58101 Creating and Maintaining a Website: An Introduction
      production and editing, mixing, notation, and scoring to picture with Logic.
      Throughout the class, you will learn numerous professional secrets for                 Get an overview of the tools and techniques involved in creating and
      streamlining production workflows and constructing a mix to meet the most              updating websites. Discuss the practical matters of file organization, site
      exacting standards. Experienced Logic users and newcomers alike will find              navigation and content update strategies. Students get hands-on experience
      invaluable methods for manipulating tempo and pitch, fine-tuning audio and             with Dreamweaver, Expression Web, and HTML text editors. The process of
      MIDI tracks, processing MIDI data, managing signal flow, assigning physical            uploading files is also covered. Prerequisites: 52008 or 54101/11 or
      controllers, and getting the most out of Logic’s revolutionary software                equivalent experience, and Internet experience.
      instruments. Notes: This is an AATC course. Exam session is included, valid            $279             For: 12 hours
      for six months upon completion of the class. This class has a 14-day                   SFA:     Jun 1-3                                WThF           1:00pm-5:00pm
      cancellation policy. Prerequisite: 57981 (Logic 101/102) or basic knowledge            SFB:     Jun 6-15                               MW             6:00pm-9:00pm
      of Logic Pro. Suggested: Level One Logic Pro End User certification.                   Virginia DeBolt
      $799            For: 24 hours                                        Fall 2011
                                                                                       58105 Create a Simple Website
57990V Apple Certification Exam Session                                                      Using free web design tools, create a website about your family, your hobbies,
      Register to take your Apple IT or Pro Apps exam at our AATC facility.                  or anything that interests you. Learn strategies for planning your hobby site,
      Notes: Exams are non-refundable. Prices are subject to change and may vary             creating and linking individual web pages, and adding images for visual
      by exam. Transfers are permitted within the same semester only. Prerequisite:          appeal. At the end of class sign up for free web space and upload a live
      Varies by exam. Retakes: $100. Documentation of previous exam taken at                 website! Prerequisites: Working knowledge of Windows and the Internet.
      our facility required for all retakes. Call 505-277-6037 to inquire about              $99             For: 6 hours                                          Fall 2011
      retake discounts and about vouchers included in the Apple Creative
      Professional classes.                                                            58111 (X)HTML: Beginning
      $150             For: 2 hours                                                          Enhance your ability to control the looks and functionality of your Web pages
      SDA: Jun 17                                      F            9:00am-11:00am           by learning HTML and XHTML, the closely related languages that programs
      SDB:      Jul 22                                 F            9:00am-11:00am           such as Dreamweaver and Expression Web use behind the scenes. Use code to
      SDC: Aug 12                                      F            9:00am-11:00am           add graphics, links, and tables to your pages, and explore the power of CSS to
                                                                                             format text consistently and quickly. Gain an understanding of the similarities
                                                                                             and differences between HTML and XHTML, and practice using FTP to
                                                                                             upload your pages to a live Web server. Prerequisites: 52008 or 54101/11
                                                                                             or equivalent experience, and Internet experience.
                                                                                             $279             For: 12 hours
                                                                                             SDA: Jun 13-17                                  MWF           1:00pm-5:00pm
                                                                                             Emily Lewis
                                                                                       58112 (X)HTML: Intermediate
                                                                                             Increase your practical knowledge of (X)HTML, including using tables to
                                                                                             create imaginative webpage layouts. Learn to add forms to your website, and
                                                                                             explore more of CSS’s uses, including its ability to format every page in a
                                                                                             website with a single style sheet, and an introduction to CSS positioning
                                                                                             properties. Finally, gain an overview of Web technologies such as JavaScript,
 Get Ahead with Individual Tutoring                                                          DHTML, XML, and PHP. Prerequisite: 58111.
                                                                                             $279            For: 12 hours                                        Fall 2011
 Explore a topic in more depth. Two-hour one-on-one Tutorial Electives are
 available in Digital Arts if you have taken a related class of 6 hours or
 longer. Contact Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037 to request your instructor,
 date and time. Some restrictions may apply. $149-199.


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58115 HTML 5: An Introduction                                                                  $279            For: 12 hours
      HTML 5 is the newest major revision to HTML. Learn how HTML 5                            SFA:     Jul 25-29                             MWF            1:00pm-5:00pm
      improves development and add functionality by making precise rules on how                Virginia DeBolt
      to handle all HTML elements. Use CSS3 and jQuery to add to the
                                                                                        58123 Dreamweaver: Advanced
      interactivity, along with some of the new features in HTML 5 including
      functions for embedding audio, video, graphics, and client-side data storage.           Take full advantage of Dreamweaver for advanced web authoring. Create
      HTML 5 also contains new elements like Canvas, used to display and                      cutting edge multi-column page layouts with advanced CSS positioning
      manipulate graphics. Prerequisite: 58111.                                               techniques. Add sophisticated interactivity, including CSS rollovers,
                                                                                              AJAX/JavaScript image galleries and form validation and explore the use of
      $329              For: 12 hours
                                                                                              frames and iframes. Customize and extend Dreamweaver functionality with
      SFA:      Jul 9-16                             Sa            9:00am-4:00pm              extensions. Finally, add video, sound and other media elements to web pages.
      Sean Lemons                                                                             Prerequisite: 58122. Suggested: 58401 or 58411.
58117 CSS: Cascading Style Sheets                                                             $329            For: 12 hours                                         Fall 2011
      Developed to work hand-in-hand with both HTML and XHTML, Cascading
                                                                                        58128 Using Dreamweaver and Flash Together
      Style Sheets (CSS) has played a significant role in bringing the power of
      desktop publishing to web page design. Learn to use CSS to change the                   Use Dreamweaver and Flash together to integrate Flash content into your
      colors, fonts, paragraph-indents, and even the layout of a web page—or an               website without sacrificing efficiency. Topics include Dreamweaver/Flash
      entire website, for that matter—with just a few keystrokes. Explore different           integration features, managing Flash content in a Dreamweaver site, creating
      ways to make your pages look good, discover how using CSS can improve                   easily updatable Flash pages, banners, and navigation bars, as well as using the
      functionality, and how it works in HTML-editors such as Dreamweaver.                    Flash objects built into Dreamweaver. Prerequisites: 57111, 58121.
      Prerequisite: 58111. Suggested: 58121.                                                  $99             For: 3 hours                                        Spring 2012
      $219             For: 8 hours
                                                                                        58130 Dreamweaver and PHP: Connect to a Database
      SFA:      Jul 5-7                               TWTh           6:00pm-8:45pm
                                                                                              Would you like to add online forms to your site? Update product descriptions
      Note: Last class session ends at 8:30pm.
                                                                                              and news items quickly? Update calendar information automatically?
      Sean Lemons                                                                             Dreamweaver can help you add these data-driven features to your website.
58121 Dreamweaver: Beginning                                                                  Topics covered include: how data-driven websites work; PHP and MySQL
      This powerful web-authoring program puts both visual design and                         (introduction and advantages); building PHP pages using Dreamweaver to
      sophisticated HTML tools at your fingertips. Topics include setting up the              collect and display information from a MySQL database; finding
      Dreamweaver environment, using type and graphics, adding links, and using               PHP/MySQL hosting servers; and more. Prerequisites: 58111, 58121.
      tables. The basics of applying Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to HTML                     $329             For: 12 hours                                  Spring 2012
      elements and uploading websites are also featured. Prerequisites: 52008 or
                                                                                        58201 Principles of Accessible Web Design
      54101/11 or equivalent experience, and Internet experience. Suggested:
      58111.                                                                                  As many as 20% of World Wide Web users experience some form of disability.
                                                                                              This means that they might not be able to use your site to its best potential.
      $279            For: 12 hours
                                                                                              Learn to construct attractive, standards-based websites that are usable by
      SFA:     Jun 20-24                             MWF           1:00pm-5:00pm              people of all ability levels, with and without assistive technologies such as
      SFB:     Jul 11-20                             MW            6:00pm-9:00pm
                                                                                              screen readers and video captioning software. We’ll discuss designing for four
      Virginia DeBolt                                                                         major obstacles to usability (visual, audio, mobility, and cognitive), and learn
58122 Dreamweaver: Intermediate                                                               how to build websites according to Federal and international standards for
                                                                                              accessibility, validating our designs using industry-standard tools. Also
      Take your web-authoring skills to the next level. Learn to create custom styles
                                                                                              included is a discussion of assistive technologies such as screen readers and
      in CSS and apply them to text, links, tables and DIVs. Automate page
                                                                                              video-captioning software. Prerequisite: 58111.
      development and maintenance with templates, library items and snippets and
      add interactivity with HTML forms. Ensure efficient site management with                $199               For: 6 hours                                       Spring 2012
      browser testing, validation, site assets and file check-in/check-out. In
      addition, begin to integrate Flash content into your site. Prerequisites:
      58111, 58121.


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58221 Content Management Systems for Websites                                           58601 Website Marketing and Promotion
      Content management systems (CMS) are becoming increasingly popular for                  Discover cutting-edge methods for marketing and promoting websites from
      the authoring and administration of websites. These software systems provide            the ground up, starting with selecting and registering domain names through
      a means to control the presentation of sites, as well as a database for storing         banner advertising. Learn how to optimize your site for search engines, find
      site content. But CMSes themselves vary in terms of complexity and                      the right company to host your Web site, add a shopping cart to a website,
      flexibility. This course will survey several popular CMSes, including                   handle credit card transactions, and develop techniques for managing Web
      WordPress, ExpressionEngine, MojoMotor, Joomla, Drupal and Plone;                       site email. Prerequisites: 52008 or 54101/11 or equivalent experience, and
      discuss the pros and cons of each; and arm you with knowledge to make the               Internet experience.
      right decision when choosing a CMS. Prerequisite: 58111. Suggested:                     $179             For: 6 hours                                       Fall 2011
      58117 or 58121.
      $179               For: 6 hours                                                   58603 Search Engine Optimization
      SFA:       Jul 5-7                               TTh            2:00pm-5:00pm           Learn the techniques Web marketers use to ensure that their sites show up on
      Emily Lewis                                                                             the first page of search engine results! Explore methods of determining which
                                                                                              keywords and phrases will bring the most traffic to your site, and learn how
58231 WordPress: Beginning                                                                    to incorporate them in search-engine-friendly ways. Prerequisite: 51101/11
      WordPress is a free, open source publishing system that allows users without            or 52008 or 54101/11 or equivalent experience, and Internet experience.
      technical expertise in design and development to create and manage a blog               $99              For: 3 hours                                      Spring 2012
      with ease. But more than blogs, WordPress can be used as a Content
      Management System (CMS) for a variety of websites. Learn how to set up            58604 Add a Shopping Cart to Your Website
      and configure WordPress to meet your needs, whether for a blog, a personal              Why reinvent the wheel? If you have a small business and want to sell your
      site or a business site. Choose themes and plugins to further enhance and               merchandise or services on the Web, you’ll need a shopping cart. Fortunately
      customize WordPress. Prerequisites: 58101, 58111, and 58117 or 58121.                   there are a number of reasonably priced shopping cart services available that
      Suggested: 55125.                                                                       are surprisingly easy to use. Learn more about the various options as you
      $279             For: 12 hours                                                          configure an actual shopping cart in class. Prerequisites: 58111 or 58121.
      SFA:      Aug 4-11                            TTh             1:00pm-5:00pm             $99              For: 3 hours
      Emily Lewis                                                                             SFA:                  Jul 21                       Th      6:00pm-9:00pm
                                                                                              Jeremy Jaramillo
58401 Web Programming Basics
      Move beyond HTML and CSS! Investigate fundamental concepts and                    59010 Web Standards
      practices of scripting and programming for websites. Learn how dynamic web              Today’s web standards provide the foundational technologies, specifications
      applications execute on the World Wide Web, and how this process differs                and guidelines for creating web-based content. Sites and applications built
      from static websites. Get overviews of PHP, ASP, JavaScript, and PERL, as               with web standards are more accessible, usable, portable and future-proofed.
      well as standard approaches to integrating these languages with everyday                Learn how the fundamental concept of web standards—the separation of
      HTML. Additional topics of discussion include client- and server-side                   content, presentation and behavior—impacts the implementation of HTML,
      authoring options, capturing information from user forms, database                      CSS and JavasScript. Topics include semantic and structural HTML, semantic
      connectivity, and cookies. Prerequisite: 58111.                                         and optimized CSS, organic Search Engine Optimization, WCAG and WAI-
      $329             For: 12 hours                                      Fall 2011           ARIA accessibility guidelines, and unobtrusive JavaScript. Prerequisite:
                                                                                              58111, and 58117 or 58121.
58411 JavaScript: Beginning                                                                   $329            For: 8 hours                                         Fall 2011
      Build dynamic and interactive web pages using JavaScript. Develop a
      familiarity with fundamental scripting concepts such as objects, properties,
      and methods. Learn how to create image rollovers and pop-up windows, and
      use the Document Object Model (DOM) for basic form validation.
      Prerequisite: 58111. Suggested: 58112 or 58401.
      $329             For: 12 hours
      SDA: Jun 21-30                                TTh             6:00pm-9:00pm
      Mark Casias


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59411 Web Programming with PHP and MySQL
      Receive an introduction to the open-source web programming language,               Course Skills Assessments
      PHP, and discover why so many web developers prefer to use it with MySQL
      (an open-source database technology) for their data-driven applications. Learn   To place yourself in the right class, refer to the course assessments below. If you can answer 8 out
      the basics of the PHP language and how to use PHP to generate your               of 10 questions for the appropriate assessment, you probably do not need to take the class. If you
      HTML. Get acquainted with the MySQL database, and learn to use PHP and           cannot answer 8 out of 10 questions, you probably need to take the class. If you do not find the
      MySQL together. Develop real world web-based applications in class.              assessment you need or if you need additional assistance, please call 505-277-6037.
      Prerequisites: 58111, 58121.
                                                                                       LEARN TO USE A COMPUTER/MACINTOSH: AN INTRODUCTION (51003/54010)
      $329             For: 12 hours
                                                                                        1.   Define hardware and memory.
      SDA: Aug 2-11                                TTh            6:00pm-9:00pm
                                                                                        2.   What is a microprocessor or CPU?
      Mark Casias                                                                       3.   Describe the difference between a hard drive and a CD drive.
                                                                                        4.   Describe the difference between operating system and application software.
       Web Design Online                                                                5.   List some popular word processing, spreadsheet, database, and graphics programs.
                                                                                        6.   Define bytes, kilobytes, megabytes, and gigabytes.
       SkillSoft self-study classes include:                                            7.   Explain mouse operations such as click, double-click, right-click, click-and-drag.
       58802N Designing and Hosting a Website                             $199          8.   Describe how to launch a program.
       58831N Adobe Dreamweaver CS3                                       $259          9.   List three input devices and three output devices.
       58832N Adobe Dreamweaver CS4                                       $299         10.   List three storage devices and describe how they are different from each other.
       58863N JavaScript Fundamentals                                     $299
                                                                                       OPERATING SYSTEM BASICS (51111/52008/54101/11)
       58868N DHTML Basics                                                $199
       58871N       Introduction to XML                                   $229          1.   Describe the difference between files and folders.
                                                                                        2.   Describe how to move and copy files between folders.
       58872N       Advanced XML                                          $299
                                                                                        3.   What is a shortcut (Windows) or alias (Macintosh) and how do you create one?
       58875N       Introduction to Ajax Development                      $199          4.   How do you find a lost file or folder?
       Ed2Go instructor-led classes include:                                            5.   Describe how to change the mouse properties.
       Creating Web Pages                                                 $119          6.   Describe how to change the desktop display, including the background, screen saver,
                                                                                             and color schemes?
       Creating Web Pages II                                              $119          7.   What is the Taskbar (Windows) or Dock (Macintosh)?
       Designing Effective Websites                                       $119          8.   What is the Start Menu (Windows) or Apple Menu (Macintosh)?
       Introduction to ASP.NET                                            $119          9.   List the keyboard shortcuts for cut, copy, and paste.
       Introduction to CSS and XHTML                                      $119         10.   Describe how to eject a disk.
       Intermediate CSS and XHTML                                         $119
       Introduction to Dreamweaver CS4 or CS5                             $119         COMPUTER GRAPHICS: AN INTRODUCTION (56101)
       Intermediate Dreamweaver CS4                                       $119          1. Explain the difference between raster and vector graphics. What are the advantages
       Introduction to Microsoft FrontPage 2003                           $119             and disadvantages of each?
       Introduction to PHP and MySQL                                      $119          2. List two programs that work with raster graphics and two programs that work with
                                                                                           vector graphics.
       Gatlin in-depth curriculum includes:                                             3. Define PostScript and describe some of its uses.
       Search Engine Marketing                                          $1895           4. Define aliasing and anti-aliasing.
       Search Engine Optimization                                       $1495           5. Define resolution and explain how it is measured.
                                                                                        6. List three graphics file formats and explain when you would use each.
       Web Database Developer                                           $2195
                                                                                        7. When would you rasterize a graphic and when would you trace a graphic?
       Web Design Certificate                                           $5595           8. Describe what a Bezier curve is and where you would find one.
       Webmaster                                                        $1795           9. Describe what a pixel is and where you would fine one.
                                                                                       10. Define color depth (bit depth).
       For more information, call Caroline Orcutt at (505) 277-6037
       or see our website.



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