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ILLUSTRATION FOR STOCK ART

In this course students will be challenged to explore, research, and create for the stock illustration industry. Students will gain the understanding of how stock is searched, utilized, and purchased. The projects will require students to setup appropriate accounts to sell their art after the creation process. They can manage their accounts online while learning […]

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ALTERNATIVE AND ADVANCED VIDEO

This course will focus on alternative and emerging forms of video, production, and postproduction, going into streaming options, new tech, apps, advanced special effects techniques, basic character animation, beyond basic image animation, awareness of 360º video, and discussion of what new tools are coming into our industry, be it through mainstream or more alternative methods

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PUBLICATION DESIGN

The focus of this course is on creating a print publication from cover to cover. With an emphasis on hierarchy, grid, page sequence, and spreads, the publication integrates images, color, texture, and typography relative to the subject of the publication. The pace of the course is fast and designed to simulate a working environment, while

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CORPORATE IDENTITY

The role of communication design in creating comprehensive corporate identity systems is the focus of this course. An analysis of corporate objectives and practical applications will be the basis for developing a structured corporate identity system, including logo design, color, symbols, and branding. Other business collateral may also apply (stationery, business cards, signage, packaging, and

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LAYOUT DESIGN

By concentrating on layout composition and grid systems, this course will utilize design principles and problem-solving skills developed in prior fundamental and mid-level graphic design courses. With an emphasis on design process, students will explore various means of hierarchy and visual wayfinding. Students use critical thinking in the application of type and other design elements

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Adobe for Web and Interactive

Currently, there are over 20 desktop and mobile products and services that, when used in combination, can greatly improve the workflow and productivity of any graphic, web or interactive design project. Beyond Photoshop and Illustrator, students will leverage adobe’s suite of applications even further, exploring new tools for conceptualization and collaboration on large projects, improved

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PORTFOLIO AND BUSINESS PLAN

Through competencies established with work from Cost Control, Menu and Restaurant operations, and Catering Management students will develop a portfolio-business plan for a foodservice operation. The project will include these areas: Market Analysis and Marketing Strategy, Operating Budget, Sales Projections, Opening Inventories, Capital Equipment, Standardized Recipes and Costing for all standardized recipes, Menu and Facilities

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CULINARY INTERNSHIP

Students observe and participate in the supervisory operation of a successful foodservice business. They apply their professional skills to gain experience in order to enter and become successful in the foodservice business. Emphasis is placed on developing hospitality and culinary practical and management skills.

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OFF PREMISE CATERING MANAGEMENT

The course includes an in-depth analysis of all components of the catering profession including management, legal aspects, getting started in business, catering contracts, menu planning, beverage service, catering equipment, catering logistics, personnel, marketing, pricing, sanitation and safety practices, purchasing, accessory services, weddings, theme events and accounting and control practices.

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CULINARY CAPSTONE

This course will celebrate the culinary styles, restaurants, and chefs who are in current industry focus. This class also examines historical menus and methodology. The style, substance, and quality will be explored and studied. During the hands–on production students will be exposed to historical and contemporary production, products and cooking methods. This course includes the

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