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1 PROGRAM GUIDE D Animation - Visual Communications Technologies 3D Animation Associate in Applied Science Degree 60 credits 3D Animation Diploma 48 credits Visual Communications Assistant Certificate 16 credits Advanced 3D Animation Certificate 12 credits 3D Animation Associate in Applied Science Degree Program Description # 5867 The 3D Animation AAS degree prepares students for 3D animation careers throughout a variety of industries including visual communications, 3D game design, entertainment, forensic animation, and 3D medical animation. Students gain the comprehensive skills of modeling, texturing, special effects, character design, rigging, and animation that can be applied to any project. Emphasis is on providing the valuable technical, concept, and design skills necessary for those wishing to obtain a position as a 3D animator in the visual communications industry. Career/Occupational Requirements 28 VCT 1017 Concept Drawing and Storyboarding 3 VCT 1035 Digital Editing I 3 VCT D Animation I 3 VCT D Animation II 3 VCT 2033 Motion Graphics 3 VCT 2084 Advanced Modeling for 3D Animation 3 VCT 2085 Advanced Texturing for 3D Animation 3 VCT 2087 Advanced 3D Animation Project 3 VCT 2089 Portfolio Development 3D Animation 1 Electives selected with instructor s consent by petition 3 General Education/MnTC Requirements 16 See MnTC course list for options Goal 1 Communication 7 Select ONE of the following COMM courses: COMM 1051 Intercultural Communication 3 Goal 2 Critical Thinking Fulfilled automatically when all other MnTC goals are complete. Goal 3 and/or Goal 4 Sciences/Math/Logical Reasoning 3 Goal 5 History/Social and Behavioral Sciences 3 Goal 6 Humanities and Fine Arts 3 Goal 7, 8, 9 or 10 Three credits in ONE of the four goals fulfilled by COMM course. Total 60 3D Animation Diploma Program Description # 5868 The 3D Animation Diploma prepares students for 3D animation careers throughout a variety of industries including visual communications, 3D game design, entertainment, forensic animation, and 3D medical animation. Students gain the comprehensive skills of modeling, texturing, special effects, character design, rigging, and animation that can be applied to any project. Emphasis is on providing the valuable technical, concept, and design skills necessary for those wishing to obtain a position as a 3D animator in the visual communications industry. Career/Occupational Requirements 29 3D Animation Track 29 VCT 1017 Concept Drawing and Storyboarding 3 VCT 1035 Digital Editing I 3 VCT D Animation I 3 VCT D Animation II 3 VCT 2033 Motion Graphics 3 VCT 2084 Advanced Modeling for 3D Animation 3 VCT 2085 Advanced Texturing for 3D Animation 3 VCT 2087 Advanced 3D Animation Project 3 VCT 2089 Portfolio Development 3D Animation 1 Electives with instructor s consent by petition 4 General Education/MnTC Requirements 3 Suggestions for fulfilling this requirement are listed below: ART 1041 Drawing I 3 HUM 1045 American Film 3 COMM 1061 Mass Media and Communication 3 Or see MNTC course list for other options Total 48

2 Visual Communications Assistant Certificate Program Description # 5831 This Visual Communications Assistant certificate provides the basic knowledge and skills needed to plan, analyze, and create visual solutions to communications problems with an emphasis on the technical skills required. The outcomes of this certificate would enhance the skills of those interested in entry-level positions as assistants in a variety of Visual Communications businesses including design firms, production houses, and in-house media groups. Specific commercial needs such as print design, Web design and interactive media productions will be stressed. With this certificate, students can also continue their education to specialize in industry areas such as Interactive Media, Digital Video, Photography, or Graphic Design. Career/Occupational Requirements 16 Total 16 3D Animation - Visual Communications Technologies continued Advanced 3D Animation Certificate Program Description # 5829 The Visual Communications Technologies program prepares students for a career field involving the delivery of messages in visual forms. This Advanced Certificate is intended for students enrolled in the Web Design major as well as other students, such as industry professionals, interested in gaining advanced 3D animation skills. Emphasis is on providing the valuable technical, concept, and design skills necessary for those wishing to obtain a position as a 3D animator in the visual communications industry. Program Prerequisite VCT 2026, or industry equivalent skills and/or consent of instructor Career/Occupational Requirements 12 VCT 1017 Concept Drawing and Storyboarding 3 VCT 2084 Advanced Modeling for 3D Animation 3 VCT 2085 Advanced Texturing for 3D Animation 3 VCT 2087 Advanced 3D Animation Project 3 Total 12 General Requirements: 1. Diplomas: 31 to 48 earned college-level credits; one third of credits must be earned at Century College. AAS: At least 60 earned college-level credits (numbered 1000 or above). At least 20 credits must be earned at Century College. 2. Century college-level GPA of 2.0; Required career and occupational courses GPA of 2.0; MnTC GPA of A grade of C or higher in ENGL 1021 (for Diplomas and 30 credit Certificates ONLY IF this is the Goal 1 course selected.) (Exception: 16 credit certificates) Assessment: Assessments are required for all students before registering for classes. Students may be required to take developmental courses in English, Reading and Mathematics based upon their assessment scores. For important information and exemptions see References to the Minnesota General Education Transfer Curriculum (MnTC): On this guide sheet, notations such as Goal 1-Communication: 3 credits are used to refer to the goals of the Minnesota General Education Transfer Curriculum. Refer to the MnTC List for the specific courses from which students may choose to fulfill the MnTC requirements of the program, found in the catalog, the Counseling, Career, and Advising Center and on the Century website. Students should be aware that it may be necessary to select additional MnTC credits beyond the minimum required in each goal area, to reach the total MnTC/General Education credits required for their program. Career Information: Counselors and advisors are available in the Counseling, Career, and Advising Center, Room 2410 West, to assist with educational and career planning. Resources include career interest and personality inventories and print and web-based occupational and educational information, e.g., occupational descriptions, employment outlook, earnings, education/training requirements and sources. Consult the GPS LifePlan link on the Century website for information on these and more resources for your career, work, and educational planning! Transfer: Some programs are intended primarily for employment preparation rather than transfer to a four-year institution. Some courses may not transfer to a number of four-year colleges. If you are considering the possibility of transfer, you may wish to talk with a counselor, advisor, or the program instructor before registering to discuss your goals and look at programs designed for transfer. Articulation agreement exists with Bemidji State University, Metropolitan State University and Moorhead State University. Time Limit for Meeting Graduation Requirements: See Century College catalog Graduation for information. Academic Petitions: Any exceptions to the program requirements must be petitioned through the Vice President of Academic Affairs. Cost: In addition to tuition costs, supplies for the entire program can cost up to $600 depending on special area. These costs are subject to change. Contact Information: Admissions Office Room 2350 West Counseling & Advisor Office Click Ask Century at Room 2410 West Financial Aid Office Room 2320 West Program Contact Information: Gary Ruggles Room 2405 East **Information on this Program Guide is subject to change. Changes and updates are posted on century.edu** An affirmative action, equal opportunity employer and educator. This document can be available in alternative formats to individuals with disabilities by calling or x3354 voice, TTY, or through the Minnesota Relay Service at /6/2015

3 PROGRAM GUIDE Film Making and Video Production - Visual Communications Technologies Film Making and Video Production Associate in Applied Science Degree 60 credits Film Making and Video Production Diploma 48 credits Visual Communications Assistant Certificate 16 credits Film Making and Video Production Associate in Applied Science Degree Program Description # 5875 The Filmmaking and Video Production AAS Degree trains students to work in a variety of video-related fields. The instruction stresses the importance of storytelling, planning, shooting, and editing, as well as motion graphics and effects. Students have the opportunity to work in teams on real life, client-based projects to create marketing, instructional, and promotional pieces. Career/Occupational Requirements 28 VCT 1030 Video I 3 VCT 1031 Digital Audio 3 VCT 1035 Digital Editing I 3 VCT 2030 Video II 3 VCT 2031 Video Production I 3 VCT 2032 Video Production II 3 VCT 2033 Motion Graphics for Video 3 VCT 2035 Digital Editing II 3 VCT 2037 Portfolio Development Digital Video 1 Electives selected with instructor s consent by petition 3 General Education/MnTC Requirements 16 See MnTC course list for options Goal 1 Communication 7 Select ONE of the following COMM courses: COMM 1051 Intercultural Communication 3 Goal 2 Critical Thinking Fulfilled automatically when all other MnTC goals are complete. Goal 3 and/or Goal 4 Sciences/Math/Logical Reasoning 3 Goal 5 History/Social and Behavioral Sciences 3 Goal 6 Humanities and Fine Arts 3 Goal 7, 8, 9 or 10 Three credits in ONE of the four goals fulfilled by COMM course. Total 60 Film Making and Video Production Diploma Program Description # 5876 The Filmmaking and Video Production diploma trains students to work in a variety of video-related fields. The instruction stresses the importance of storytelling, planning, shooting, and editing, as well as motion graphics and effects. Students have the opportunity to work in teams on real life, client-based projects to create marketing, instructional, and promotional pieces. Career/Occupational Requirements 29 VCT 1030 Video I 3 VCT 1031 Digital Audio 3 VCT 1035 Digital Editing I 3 VCT 2030 Video II 3 VCT 2031 Video Production I 3 VCT 2032 Video Production II 3 VCT 2033 Motion Graphics for Video 3 VCT 2035 Digital Editing II 3 VCT 2037 Portfolio Development Digital Video 1 Electives with instructor s consent by petition 4 General Education/MnTC Requirements 3 Suggestions for fulfilling this requirement are listed below: ART 1041 Drawing I 3 HUM 1045 American Film 3 COMM 1061 Mass Media and Communication 3 Or see MNTC course list for other options Total 48

4 Visual Communications Assistant Certificate Film Making and Video Production - Visual Communications Technologies continued Program Description # 5831 This Visual Communications Assistant certificate provides the basic knowledge and skills needed to plan, analyze, and create visual solutions to communications problems with an emphasis on the technical skills required. The outcomes of this certificate would enhance the skills of those interested in entry-level positions as assistants in a variety of Visual Communications businesses including design firms, production houses, and in-house media groups. Specific commercial needs such as print design, Web design and interactive media productions will be stressed. With this certificate, students can also continue their education to specialize in industry areas such as Interactive Media, Digital Video, Photography, or Graphic Design. Career/Occupational Requirements 16 Total 16 General Requirements: 1. Diplomas: 31 to 48 earned college-level credits; one third of credits must be earned at Century College. AAS: At least 60 earned college-level credits (numbered 1000 or above). At least 20 credits must be earned at Century College. 2. Century college-level GPA of 2.0; Required career and occupational courses GPA of 2.0; MnTC GPA of A grade of C or higher in ENGL 1021 (for Diplomas and 30 credit Certificates ONLY IF this is the Goal 1 course selected.) (Exception: 16 credit certificates) Assessment: Assessments are required for all students before registering for classes. Students may be required to take developmental courses in English, Reading and Mathematics based upon their assessment scores. For important information and exemptions see References to the Minnesota General Education Transfer Curriculum (MnTC): On this guide sheet, notations such as Goal 1- Communication: 3 credits are used to refer to the goals of the Minnesota General Education Transfer Curriculum. Refer to the MnTC List for the specific courses from which students may choose to fulfill the MnTC requirements of the program, found in the catalog, the Advising, Counseling & Career Center and on the Century website. Students should be aware that it may be necessary to select additional MnTC credits beyond the minimum required in each goal area, to reach the total MnTC/General Education credits required for their program. Career Information: Advisors and counselors are available in the Advising, Counseling & Career Center, Room 2410 West, to assist with educational and career planning. Resources include career interest and personality inventories and print and web-based occupational and educational information, e.g., occupational descriptions, employment outlook, earnings, education/training requirements and sources. Consult the GPS LifePlan link on the Century website for information on these and more resources for your career, work, and educational planning! Transfer: Some programs are intended primarily for employment preparation rather than transfer to a four-year institution. Some courses may not transfer to a number of four-year colleges. If you are considering the possibility of transfer, you may wish to talk with an advisor, counselor or the program instructor before registering to discuss your goals and look at programs designed for transfer. Articulation agreement exists with Bemidji State University, Metropolitan State University and Moorhead State University. Time Limit for Meeting Graduation Requirements: See Century College catalog Graduation for information. Academic Petitions: Any exceptions to the program requirements must be petitioned through the Vice President of Academic Affairs. Cost: In addition to tuition costs, supplies for the entire program can cost up to $600 depending on special area. These costs are subject to change. Contact Information: Admissions Office Room 2350 West Advising & Counseling Center Click Ask Century at Room 2410 West Financial Aid Office Room 2320 West Program Contact Information: Mike Eddy Room 2404 East **Information on this Program Guide is subject to change. Changes and updates are posted on century.edu** Century College is a Member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system. We are an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer and educator. This document can be available in alternative formats to individuals with disabilities by calling or x /2/2015

5 PROGRAM GUIDE Graphic Design - Visual Communications Technologies Graphic Design Associate in Applied Science Degree 60 credits Graphic Design Diploma 48 credits Visual Communications Assistant Certificate 16 credits Graphic Design Associate in Applied Science Degree Program Description # 5873 In the Graphic Design AAS degree students will work with a creative process to develop ideas, use the technologies to develop those ideas into commercial projects, and through those, inform and influence specific audiences. The field includes corporate identity, packaging, publishing, advertising, signage, and information graphics. Career/Occupational Requirements 28 VCT 1060 Typography 3 VCT 1061 Electronic Publishing I 3 VCT 1063 Imaging and Printing Methods 3 VCT 2061 Electronic Publishing II 3 VCT 2062 Electronic Publishing III 3 VCT 2064 Print Production 3 VCT 2067 Color Concepts in Graphic Design 3 VCT 2069 Information Graphics 3 VCT 2066 Portfolio Development Graphic Design 1 Electives selected with instructor s consent by petition 3 General Education/MnTC Requirements 16 See MnTC course list for options Goal 1 Communication 7 Select ONE of the following COMM courses: COMM 1051 Intercultural Communication 3 Goal 2 Critical Thinking Fulfilled automatically when all other MnTC goals are complete. Goal 3 and/or Goal 4 Sciences/Math/Logical Reasoning 3 Goal 5 History/Social and Behavioral Sciences 3 Goal 6 Humanities and Fine Arts 3 Goal 7, 8, 9 or 10 Three credits in ONE of the four goals fulfilled by COMM course. Total 60 Graphic Design Diploma Program Description # 5874 In the Graphic Design Diploma students will work with a creative process to develop ideas, use the technologies to develop those ideas into commercial projects, and through those, inform and influence specific audiences. The field includes corporate identity, packaging, publishing, advertising, signage, and information graphics. Career/Occupational Requirements 29 VCT 1060 Typography 3 VCT 1061 Electronic Publishing I 3 VCT 1063 Imaging and Printing Methods 3 VCT 2061 Electronic Publishing II 3 VCT 2062 Electronic Publishing III 3 VCT 2064 Print Production 3 VCT 2067 Color Concepts in Graphic Design 3 VCT 2069 Information Graphics 3 VCT 2066 Portfolio Development Graphic Design 1 Electives with instructor s consent by petition 4 General Education/MnTC Requirements 3 Suggestions for fulfilling this requirement are listed below: ART 1041 Drawing I 3 HUM 1045 American Film 3 COMM 1061 Mass Media and Communication 3 Or see MNTC course list for other options Total 48

6 Visual Communications Assistant Certificate Graphic Design - Visual Communications Technologies continued Program Description # 5831 This Visual Communications Assistant certificate provides the basic knowledge and skills needed to plan, analyze, and create visual solutions to communications problems with an emphasis on the technical skills required. The outcomes of this certificate would enhance the skills of those interested in entry-level positions as assistants in a variety of Visual Communications businesses including design firms, production houses, and in-house media groups. Specific commercial needs such as print design, Web design and interactive media productions will be stressed. With this certificate, students can also continue their education to specialize in industry areas such as Interactive Media, Digital Video, Photography, or Graphic Design. Career/Occupational Requirements 16 Total 16 General Requirements: 1. Diplomas: 31 to 48 earned college-level credits; one third of credits must be earned at Century College. AAS: At least 60 earned college-level credits (numbered 1000 or above). At least 20 credits must be earned at Century College. 2. Century college-level GPA of 2.0; Required career and occupational courses GPA of 2.0; MnTC GPA of A grade of C or higher in ENGL 1021 (for Diplomas and 30 credit Certificates ONLY IF this is the Goal 1 course selected.) (Exception: 16 credit certificates) Assessment: Assessments are required for all students before registering for classes. Students may be required to take developmental courses in English, Reading and Mathematics based upon their assessment scores. For important information and exemptions see References to the Minnesota General Education Transfer Curriculum (MnTC): On this guide sheet, notations such as Goal 1- Communication: 3 credits are used to refer to the goals of the Minnesota General Education Transfer Curriculum. Refer to the MnTC List for the specific courses from which students may choose to fulfill the MnTC requirements of the program, found in the catalog, the Advising, Counseling & Career Center and on the Century website. Students should be aware that it may be necessary to select additional MnTC credits beyond the minimum required in each goal area, to reach the total MnTC/General Education credits required for their program. Career Information: Advisors and counselors are available in the Advising, Counseling & Career Center, Room 2410 West, to assist with educational and career planning. Resources include career interest and personality inventories and print and web-based occupational and educational information, e.g., occupational descriptions, employment outlook, earnings, education/training requirements and sources. Consult the GPS LifePlan link on the Century website for information on these and more resources for your career, work, and educational planning! Transfer: Some programs are intended primarily for employment preparation rather than transfer to a four-year institution. Some courses may not transfer to a number of four-year colleges. If you are considering the possibility of transfer, you may wish to talk with an advisor, counselor or the program instructor before registering to discuss your goals and look at programs designed for transfer. Articulation agreement exists with Bemidji State University, Metropolitan State University and Moorhead State University. Time Limit for Meeting Graduation Requirements: See Century College catalog Graduation for information. Academic Petitions: Any exceptions to the program requirements must be petitioned through the Vice President of Academic Affairs. Cost: In addition to tuition costs, supplies for the entire program can cost up to $600 depending on special area. These costs are subject to change. Contact Information: Admissions Office Room 2350 West Advising & Counseling Center Click Ask Century at Room 2410 West Financial Aid Office Room 2320 West Program Contact Information: John Kothera Room 2403 East **Information on this Program Guide is subject to change. Changes and updates are posted on century.edu** Century College is a Member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system. We are an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer and educator. This document can be available in alternative formats to individuals with disabilities by calling or x /2/2015

7 PROGRAM GUIDE Photography - Visual Communications Technologies Photography Associate in Applied Science Degree 60 credits Photography Diploma 48 credits Visual Communications Assistant Certificate 16 credits Photography Associate in Applied Science Degree Program Description # 5871 The Photography AAS degree prepares students for a career in wedding and portrait photography. assignments ready students for event, location and studio shooting. Upon completion students will have acquired professional equipment, knowledge of business practices, and a business identity to position them for success. Career/Occupational Requirements 28 VCT 1071 Introduction to Digital Photography 3 VCT 1073 Photo Editing and Printing 3 VCT 1076 Basic Lighting and Photography 3 VCT 1078 Intermediate Lighting and Photography 3 VCT 2071 Advanced Lighting and Photography 3 VCT 2073 Advanced Image Processing 3 VCT 2075 Photography Business and Profession 3 VCT 2078 Photography Presentation Design 3 VCT 2079 Portfolio Development Photography 1 Electives selected with instructor s consent by petition 3 General Education/MnTC Requirements 16 See MnTC course list for options Goal 1 Communication 7 Select ONE of the following COMM courses: COMM 1051 Intercultural Communication 3 Goal 2 Critical Thinking Fulfilled automatically when all other MnTC goals are complete. Goal 3 and/or Goal 4 Sciences/Math/Logical Reasoning 3 Goal 5 History/Social and Behavioral Sciences 3 Goal 6 Humanities and Fine Arts 3 Goal 7, 8, 9 or 10 Three credits in ONE of the four goals fulfilled by COMM course. Total 60 Photography Diploma Program Description # 5872 The Photography Diploma prepares students for a career in wedding and portrait photography. assignments ready students for event, location and studio shooting. Upon completion students will have acquired professional equipment, knowledge of business practices, and a business identity to position them for success. Career/Occupational Requirements 29 VCT 1071 Introduction to Digital Photography 3 VCT 1073 Photo Editing and Printing 3 VCT 1076 Basic Lighting and Photography 3 VCT 1078 Intermediate Lighting and Photography 3 VCT 2071 Advanced Lighting and Photography 3 VCT 2073 Advanced Image Processing 3 VCT 2075 Photography Business and Profession 3 VCT 2078 Photography Presentation Design 3 VCT 2079 Portfolio Development Photography 1 Electives with instructor s consent by petition 4 General Education/MnTC Requirements 3 Suggestions for fulfilling this requirement are listed below: ART 1041 Drawing I 3 HUM 1045 American Film 3 COMM 1061 Mass Media and Communication 3 Or see MNTC course list for other options Total 48

8 Visual Communications Assistant Certificate Photography- Visual Communications Technologies continued Program Description # 5831 This Visual Communications Assistant certificate provides the basic knowledge and skills needed to plan, analyze, and create visual solutions to communications problems with an emphasis on the technical skills required. The outcomes of this certificate would enhance the skills of those interested in entry-level positions as assistants in a variety of Visual Communications businesses including design firms, production houses, and in-house media groups. Specific commercial needs such as print design, Web design and interactive media productions will be stressed. With this certificate, students can also continue their education to specialize in industry areas such as Interactive Media, Digital Video, Photography, or Graphic Design. Career/Occupational Requirements 16 Total 16 General Requirements: 1. Diplomas: 31 to 48 earned college-level credits; one third of credits must be earned at Century College. AAS: At least 60 earned college-level credits (numbered 1000 or above). At least 20 credits must be earned at Century College. 2. Century college-level GPA of 2.0; Required career and occupational courses GPA of 2.0; MnTC GPA of A grade of C or higher in ENGL 1021 (for Diplomas and 30 credit Certificates ONLY IF this is the Goal 1 course selected.) (Exception: 16 credit certificates) Assessment: Assessments are required for all students before registering for classes. Students may be required to take developmental courses in English, Reading and Mathematics based upon their assessment scores. For important information and exemptions see References to the Minnesota General Education Transfer Curriculum (MnTC): On this guide sheet, notations such as Goal 1- Communication: 3 credits are used to refer to the goals of the Minnesota General Education Transfer Curriculum. Refer to the MnTC List for the specific courses from which students may choose to fulfill the MnTC requirements of the program, found in the catalog, the Advising, Counseling & Career Center and on the Century website. Students should be aware that it may be necessary to select additional MnTC credits beyond the minimum required in each goal area, to reach the total MnTC/General Education credits required for their program. Career Information: Advisors and counselors are available in the Advising, Counseling & Career Center, Room 2410 West, to assist with educational and career planning. Resources include career interest and personality inventories and print and web-based occupational and educational information, e.g., occupational descriptions, employment outlook, earnings, education/training requirements and sources. Consult the GPS LifePlan link on the Century website for information on these and more resources for your career, work, and educational planning! Transfer: Some programs are intended primarily for employment preparation rather than transfer to a four-year institution. Some courses may not transfer to a number of four-year colleges. If you are considering the possibility of transfer, you may wish to talk with an advisor, counselor or the program instructor before registering to discuss your goals and look at programs designed for transfer. Articulation agreement exists with Bemidji State University, Metropolitan State University and Moorhead State University. Time Limit for Meeting Graduation Requirements: See Century College catalog Graduation for information. Academic Petitions: Any exceptions to the program requirements must be petitioned through the Vice President of Academic Affairs. Cost: In addition to tuition costs, supplies for the entire program can cost up to $600 depending on special area. These costs are subject to change. Contact Information: Admissions Office Room 2350 West Advising & Counseling Center Click Ask Century at Room 2410 West Financial Aid Office Room 2320 West Program Contact Information: Holly Borelli Room 2402 East **Information on this Program Guide is subject to change. Changes and updates are posted on century.edu** Century College is a Member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system. We are an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer and educator. This document can be available in alternative formats to individuals with disabilities by calling or x /6/2015

9 PROGRAM GUIDE Web Design - Visual Communications Technologies Web Design Associate in Applied Science Degree 60 credits Web Design Diploma 48 credits Visual Communications Assistant Certificate 16 credits Web Design Associate in Applied Science Degree Program Description # 5869 The Web Design AAS Degree prepares students for careers in Web Design and front-end development the emphasis being on creativity and design. Training in HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, and jquery will equip students with the skills necessary to implement their designs and to compete for jobs designing and developing websites in the interactive media industry. Career/Occupational Requirements 28 VCT 1021 Flash Interactive Media I 3 VCT 1023 Web Design with HTML5 and CSS3 3 VCT 1024 Advanced Web Design with CSS3 3 VCT 1027 Interactive Web Design with JavaScript and 3 jquery VCT 1031 Digital Audio 3 VCT 2021 Flash Interactive Media II 3 VCT 2022 App Design for Mobile Devices 3 VCT 2028 Responsive Web Design for Desktop and Mobile 3 Devices VCT 2029 Portfolio Development - Interactive Media 1 Electives with instructor s consent by petition 3 General Education/MnTC Requirements 16 See MnTC course list for options Goal 1 Communication 7 Select ONE of the following COMM courses: COMM 1051 Intercultural Communication 3 Goal 2 Critical Thinking Fulfilled automatically when all other MnTC goals are complete. Goal 3 and/or Goal 4 Sciences/Math/Logical Reasoning 3 Goal 5 History/Social and Behavioral Sciences 3 Goal 6 Humanities and Fine Arts 3 Goal 7, 8, 9 or 10 Three credits in ONE of the four goals fulfilled by COMM course. Total 60 Web Design Diploma Program Description # 5870 The Web Design Diploma prepares students for careers in Web Design and front-end development the emphasis being on creativity and design. Training in HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, and jquery will equip students with the skills necessary to implement their designs and to compete for jobs designing and developing websites in the interactive media industry. Career/Occupational Requirements 29 VCT 1021 Flash Interactive Media I 3 VCT 1023 Web Design with HTML5 and CSS3 3 VCT 1024 Advanced Web Design with CSS3 3 VCT 1027 Interactive Web Design with JavaScript and 3 jquery VCT 1031 Digital Audio 3 VCT 2021 Flash Interactive Media II 3 VCT 2022 App Design for Mobile Devices 3 VCT 2028 Responsive Web Design for Desktop and Mobile 3 Devices VCT 2029 Portfolio Development - Interactive Media 1 Electives with instructor s consent by petition 4 General Education/MnTC Requirements 3 Suggestions for fulfilling this requirement are listed below: ART 1041 Drawing I 3 HUM 1045 American Film 3 COMM 1061 Mass Media and Communication 3 Or see MNTC course list for other options Total 48

10 Visual Communications Assistant Certificate Web Design - Visual Communications Technologies continued Program Description # 5831 This Visual Communications Assistant certificate provides the basic knowledge and skills needed to plan, analyze, and create visual solutions to communications problems with an emphasis on the technical skills required. The outcomes of this certificate would enhance the skills of those interested in entry-level positions as assistants in a variety of Visual Communications businesses including design firms, production houses, and in-house media groups. Specific commercial needs such as print design, Web design and interactive media productions will be stressed. With this certificate, students can also continue their education to specialize in industry areas such as Interactive Media, Digital Video, Photography, or Graphic Design. Career/Occupational Requirements 16 Total 16 General Requirements: 1. Diplomas: 31 to 48 earned college-level credits; one third of credits must be earned at Century College. AAS: At least 60 earned college-level credits (numbered 1000 or above). At least 20 credits must be earned at Century College. 2. Century college-level GPA of 2.0; Required career and occupational courses GPA of 2.0; MnTC GPA of A grade of C or higher in ENGL 1021 (for Diplomas and 30 credit Certificates ONLY IF this is the Goal 1 course selected.) (Exception: 16 credit certificates) Assessment: Assessments are required for all students before registering for classes. Students may be required to take developmental courses in English, Reading and Mathematics based upon their assessment scores. For important information and exemptions see References to the Minnesota General Education Transfer Curriculum (MnTC): On this guide sheet, notations such as Goal 1-Communication: 3 credits are used to refer to the goals of the Minnesota General Education Transfer Curriculum. Refer to the MnTC List for the specific courses from which students may choose to fulfill the MnTC requirements of the program, found in the catalog, the Advising, Counseling & Career Center and on the Century website. Students should be aware that it may be necessary to select additional MnTC credits beyond the minimum required in each goal area, to reach the total MnTC/General Education credits required for their program. Career Information: Advisors and counselors are available in the Advising, Counseling & Career Center, Room 2410 West, to assist with educational and career planning. Resources include career interest and personality inventories and print and web-based occupational and educational information, e.g., occupational descriptions, employment outlook, earnings, education/training requirements and sources. Consult the GPS LifePlan link on the Century website for information on these and more resources for your career, work, and educational planning! Transfer: Some programs are intended primarily for employment preparation rather than transfer to a four-year institution. Some courses may not transfer to a number of four-year colleges. If you are considering the possibility of transfer, you may wish to talk with an advisor, counselor or the program instructor before registering to discuss your goals and look at programs designed for transfer. Articulation agreement exists with Bemidji State University, Metropolitan State University and Moorhead State University. Time Limit for Meeting Graduation Requirements: See Century College catalog Graduation for information. Academic Petitions: Any exceptions to the program requirements must be petitioned through the Vice President of Academic Affairs. Cost: In addition to tuition costs, supplies for the entire program can cost up to $600 depending on special area. These costs are subject to change. Contact Information: Admissions Office Room 2350 West Advising & Counseling Center Click Ask Century at Room 2410 West Financial Aid Office Room 2320 West Program Contact Information: Gary Ruggles Room 2405 East **Information on this Program Guide is subject to change. Changes and updates are posted on century.edu** Century College is a Member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system. We are an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer and educator. This document can be available in alternative formats to individuals with disabilities by calling or x3354 7/6/2015

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