Multimedia & Graphic Design and Video Production Courses

Prerequisites: Basic Computer Skills

Basic computer skills are defined as basic keyboarding; uploading and downloading files from the Internet and external devices; using the Web for basic research; sending e-mail and attachments; basic file management; the ability to save information to a CD/ DVD, flash drive, or external device; burning a CD/DVD; the ability to use the dock or start menu to open applications; create a new folder on the desktop or other location; and open files in an application. Students without these skills are required to take MGD 101 Introduction to Computer Graphics either concurrently or prior to taking other courses in the MGD/PHO department. If MGD 101 Introduction to Computer Graphics is not a requirement for your degree plan, it can be used as an elective.

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