GDT 259: Graphic Communication II
This course is an investigation into the process of visual communication; an interweaving of the graphic message, its theory, practice, technology, invention and function with the desire to create, design and illustrate. Students investigate the topics of nature, music, vernacular expression and statistical data as stimuli for solving industry-related types of assignments.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; GDT 106, GDT 108 and GDT 112, minimum grade "C"
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