Curriculum Guides 2004-2005
(Fall 2004, Spring 2005, Summer 2005)

These curriculum guides are based on the Ohlone College 2004-2005 degree requirements. Students who will be graduating using a different catalog for their degree requirements should see a counselor and/or refer to the appropriate Ohlone College Catalog (view Ohlone's Catalog Rights Policy). All students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to review degree requirements and/or have questions answered.

Art
Certificates of Completion

Including 3D Modeling and Animation; Art History; Ceramics; Desktop Publishing; Digital Art; Drawing; Design; Fine Arts; Glass; Graphic Design; Interior Design Basics; Interior Design Communications; Interior Design Technology; Multimedia; Painting; Photography; and Sculpture.

Requirements for Certificate of Completion:

  1. Complete satisfactorily the courses listed for the particular certificate.
  2. Complete at least 50% of the required units at Ohlone College.
  3. Maintain a 2.0 grade point average in Major Field courses.

3D MODELING AND ANIMATION

This certificate provides students with technical and aesthetic skills needed for animation and 3D modeling.

Number Title Units
MM-102A Multimedia I 4
MM-115 3D Animation 3
MM-116 3D Modeling 3
MM-117 Advanced 3D Modeling and Animation 3
13

ART HISTORY

Students who complete this certificate have received exposure to the major components of Art History. Courses cover art from ancient times through the 14th century A.D. and art and architecture of the 14th century through the Baroque period, the Renaissance to the l8th century, and the 19th and 20th centuries. This certificate provides a firm foundation for continued study in the field of art.

Number Title Units
ART-103A Survey of World Art History-Prehistoric through 1300 C.E. 4
ART-103B Survey of World Art History-l4th Century through 20th Century 4
ART-117A Museum and Gallery Techniques 2
ART-153 History of Decorative Arts 3
13

CERAMICS

Completion of this certificate signifies that students have received exposure to the art of ceramics with emphasis on wheel throwing, advanced hand building, glaze application, and loading and firing of bisque kilns. This certificate provides a good foundation for continued study in the field of the art of ceramics.

Number Title Units
ART-121A Introductory Ceramics I 3
ART-121B Introductory Ceramics II 3
ART-122A Ceramic Throwing I 3
ART-122B Ceramic Throwing II 3
12

DESIGN

The Design Certificate of Completion signifies that students have received exposure to techniques, concepts, color theory, and drawing, with emphases on creative expression and composition. This certificate provides a good foundation for continued study in the field of drawing and design.

Number Title Units
ART-104A Two-Dimensional Design 3
ART-140B Color and Three-Dimensional Design 3
ART-104C Color 3
ART-106A Descriptive Drawing 3
ART-106B Intermediate Descriptive Drawing 3
15

DESKTOP PUBLISHING

Upon completion of the Desktop Publishing Certificate of Completion program students will be capable of using desktop publishing software to design and create printed documents and graphics. In addition, they will acquire basic skills for making presentations.

Number Title Units
CAOT-187 PowerPoint Presentations 0.5
CAOT-188 Desktop Publishing with QuarkXpress 2
GA-160A Computer Graphics I 4
GA-160B Computer Graphics II OR 4
GA-161 Digital Graphics I OR (2)
CS-156 HTML (4)
8.5-10.5

DIGITAL ART

The Digital Art Certificate of Completion signifies that students have received exposure to the basic design, solutions, and presentation in Graphic and Digital Art. This certificate provides a good foundation for continued study in the field of graphic and digital art.

Number Title Units
ART-139A Digital Photography 2
ART-160A Computer Graphics I 4
ART-161A Digital Graphics I 2
ART-160B Computer Graphics II OR 4
ART-161B Digital Graphics II AND (2)
ART-139B Intermediate Digital Photography (2)
12

DRAWING

The Drawing Certificate of Completion signifies that students have received and developed basic drawing skills and techniques and have had exposure to composition, presentation, and creative expression. This certificate provides a firm foundation in the field of art.

Number Title Units
ART-106A Descriptive Drawing 3
ART-106B Intermediate Descriptive Drawing 3
ART-107A Life Drawing OR 3
ART-107B Life Drawing (3)
ART-108 Perspective Drawing 3
12

FINE ARTS

The Fine Arts Certificate of Completion recognizes the completion of acquired skills in the field of Fine Arts. This certificate gives students a broad understanding of modern or ancient art.

Number Title Units
ART-103A Survey of World Art History-Prehistoric through 1300 C.E. OR 4
ART-103B Survey of World Art History-l4th Century through 20th Century (4)
ART-104A Two-Dimensional Design 3
ART-106A Descriptive Drawing 3
ART-107A Life Drawing OR 3
ART-117A Museum and Gallery Techniques (Exhibition Production) (2)
12-13

GLASS

The Glass Certificate of Completion signifies that students have acquired skills in the fundamentals of glass design. Additional emphasis is placed upon ceramics or contemporary forms of sculpture. This certificate provides a firm foundation for continued study in the field of glass design.

Number Title Units
ART-105A Design Through Illumination 3
ART-105B Advanced Glass Fabrication 3
ART-105C Three-Dimensional Glass 3
ART-116A Basic Sculpture OR 3
ART-121A Introductory Ceramics I (3)
12

GRAPHIC DESIGN

The Graphic Design Certificate of Completion signifies that students have received exposure to basis design, solutions, and presentation in Graphic Art. This certificate provides a firm foundation in Graphic Design, which can be used at printing companies and other media firms.

Number Title Units
ART-109A Beginning Graphic Design I 3
ART-109B Beginning Graphic Design II 3
ART-110A Advanced Graphic Design I 3
ART-110B Advanced Graphic Design II 3
12

INTERIOR DESIGN BASICS

This Certificate of Completion signifies that students have received exposure to the major components of Interior Design. This certificate provides a firm foundation for continued study in the field of Interior Design.

Number Title Units
ART-104B Color and Three-Dimensional Design 3
ART-140C Color 3
ID/ART-150A Interior Design Concepts 3
ID/ART-153 History of Decorative Arts 3
ID/ART-158 Textiles 3
ID/ART-154 Contemporary Home Design OR 2
ID/ART-159A Applied Design: Residential Lighting AND (1)
ID/ART-159B Applied Design: Color for the Home (1)
17

INTERIOR DESIGN COMMUNICATIONS

This Certificate of Completion signifies that students have developed basic graphic and design communication skills and have a firm understanding and appreciation of the importance of visualization and presentation in the practice of Interior Design. This certificate provides a good foundation for continued study in the field of Interior Design.

Number Title Units
ART-106A Descriptive Drawing 3
ART-108 Perspective Drawing 3
ID/ART-150A Interior Design Concepts 3
ID/ART-151 Visualization and Presentation 3
SPCH-115 Career Communication 3
15

INTERIOR DESIGN TECHNOLOGY

This Certificate of Completion signifies that students have developed basic drafting skills and have knowledge of the design technologies associated with Interior Design. This certificate provides a good foundation for continued study in the field of Interior Design.

Number Title Units
ID/ART-150A Interior Design Concepts 3
ID/ART-155A Architectural Drafting for Interior Design 3
ID/ART-155B CAD for Interior Design 3
ID/ART-156 Architectural Modelmaking 3
12

MULTIMEDIA

Upon completion of a certificate in Multimedia students will have developed an interactive multimedia project that will integrate graphics, text sound, animation, and video for the World Wide Web and CD-ROM.

Number Title Units
MM-102A Multimedia I 4
MM-102B Multimedia II 4
MM-110 Digital Video 4
GA/ART/BA/CS-160A Computer Graphics I OR 4
GA/ART/CAOT-161A Digital Graphics I OR (2)
ART-139A/CS-169A/GA-169A Digital Photography (2)
14-16

PAINTING

The Painting Certificate of Completion signifies that students have received exposure to the basic studio painting techniques and experiences with regard to color, composition, and subject matter. This certificate will give students a broad understanding of the art of painting.

Number Title Units
ART-106A Descriptive Drawing 3
ART-111A Painting – Color and Composition 3
ART-111B Painting 3
ART-112 Watercolor 3
12

PHOTOGRAPHY

The Photography Certificate of Completion signifies that students have acquired skills in fundamental processes of photography including color and design with emphasis on creative expression. This certificate helps students develop concepts and skills that will enable them to develop creatively in the fine arts.

Number Title Units
ART-131 Survey of Fine Art Photography 2
ART-133A Black and White Photography OR 3
ART-133B Advanced Black and White Photography (3)
ART-134A Basic Color Photography 3
ART-139A Digital Photography 2
ART-139B Intermediate Digital Photography 2
12

SCULPTURE

The Sculpture Certificate of Completion signifies that students have received exposure to the contemporary forms of sculpture, glass design, casting, kiln work, sandblasting, lamination, and fabrication. This certificate provides a firm foundation in the field of art sculpture.

Number Title Units
ART-105A Design Through Illumination 3
ART-116A Basic Sculpture 3
ART-116B Advanced Sculpture 3
ART-121A Introductory Ceramics I 3
12

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