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Program Outcomes - Digital Arts Certificate

Upon successful completion of the Digital Arts certificate program, the learner will be able to:

1. Identify and analyze copyright and fair use issues in the digital arts industry.
DAR 100, DAR 101, DAR 102, DAR 103, DAR 111, DAR 112, DAR 120, DAR 220, DAR 226
2. Explain the relationships between the various digital arts areas.
DAR 100, DAR 101, DAR 102, DAR 103, DAR 111, DAR 112, DAR 120, DAR 220, DAR 226
3. Practice professional industry standards in meeting deadlines.
DAR 100, DAR 101, DAR 102, DAR 103, DAR 111, DAR 112, DAR 120, DAR 220, DAR 226
4. Employ professional ethics and attitudes in work creation.
DAR 100, DAR 101, DAR 102, DAR 103, DAR 111, DAR 112, DAR 120, DAR 220, DAR 226
5. Apply design and technical skills to create print media.
DAR 100, DAR 101, DAR 102, DAR 103, DAR 111, DAR 112, DAR 120, DAR 220, DAR 226
6. Apply design and technical skills to create interactive media.
DAR 112, DAR 220, DAR 226
7. Analyze client needs.
DAR 100, DAR 101, DAR 102, DAR 103, DAR 111, DAR 112, DAR 120, DAR 220, DAR 226
8. Analyze and critique design elements for effectiveness in communicating a concept
DAR 100, DAR 101, DAR 102, DAR 103, DAR 111, DAR 112, DAR 120, DAR 220, DAR 226
9. Differentiate between the various technologies appropriate for project completion.
DAR 100, DAR 101, DAR 102, DAR 103, DAR 111, DAR 112, DAR 120, DAR 220, DAR 226
10. Create digital arts projects that apply basic principles of design.
DAR 100, DAR 101, DAR 102, DAR 103, DAR 111, DAR 112, DAR 120, DAR 220, DAR 226
11. Formulate (or interpret) criticisms and viewpoints of media in society.
DAR 112, DAR 220, DAR 226
12. Support diversity of ideas and concepts within a group environment.
DAR 100, DAR 101, DAR 102, DAR 103, DAR 111, DAR 112, DAR 120, DAR 220, DAR 226