ITT Technical Institute | Getzville, NY
IT107 Instructional Design | 4 credit hours
Students are introduced to the theories and practices of instructional design in relation to the creation of interactive tools for training.
IT204 Scripting and Web Authoring I | 4 credit hours
Students will be introduced to using HTML to create Web pages. Some popular Web authoring tools will also be introduced. Project assignments include the development of simple Web pages and sites using both the HTML code and other tools.
Uses: Adobe/Macromedia Dreamweaver
IT209 3D Modeling | 4 credit hours
Students explore principles of 3-dimensioning and apply them in the creation of 3D computer representations using appropriate modeling software. Emphasis will be placed on creation of accurate models rendered with color, shading, texture mapping and lighting to simulate effects of materials, finishes and surface graphics.
Uses: Autodesk 3D Studio Max
IT210 Visual Design Theory | 4 credit hours
The fundamental principles of design and color through creative problem solving exercises are covered in this course. Elements of two dimensional form, Gestalt principles, the working relationship between perceptual design principles and communication concepts in the graphic design context will be examined. Students will also be introduced to basics of typographic design.
Uses: Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator
IT212 Broadcast Graphics | 4 credit hours
Principles of type design, image manipulation and communication are applied in the creation of models and motion graphics for the broadcast industry.
Uses: Adobe After Effects
IT213 Interactive Communication Design II | 4 credit hours
This course is a continuation of Interactive Communication Design I. Students use authoring and related software to develop complete interactive communication systems. Projects will include development of interactive media for use in multiple platforms that can be accessed via the Internet, CD-ROM or multimedia. Prior knowledge of interface design, need assessment and design principles is necessary.
Uses: Adobe Director
IT309 Animation I | 4 credit hours
This course is a continuation of the 3D Modeling course. Principles of form topology, visual design and movement are applied in the creation of simple animated sequence.
Uses: Autodesk 3D Studio Max
IT310 Audio/Video Techniques | 4 credit hours
Techniques of integrating visual and audio features into an edited multimedia or animated piece are introduced in this course. Students will have opportunities to output projects onto videotape or CD-ROM.
Uses: Adobe Premiere Pro
IT312 Multimedia Development Capstone Project | 4 credit hours
Students will apply knowledge and skills acquired from the previous quarters in developing a complex multimedia project in an area of their choice with faculty.
CD140 Rapid Visualization | 4 credit hours
This course is an introduction to the techniques of freehand drawing and its application to technical sketching and design visualization. Exercises include drawing of two- and three-dimensional shapes and objects, spatial thinking and eye-hand coordination in relation to the practice of drafting and design.
CD260 Digital Information Management | 4 credit hours
This course introduces students to current technology in sending and receiving graphical data in digital form. Topics include file types, file conversions, file transfer, Web collaboration and the interaction with different graphics-based information systems.
CD340 Physical and Computer-Aided 3D Modeling | 4 credit hours
Introduces the student to tools and skills used in the manipulation of two-dimensional materials to convert these into precise three-dimensional models of various forms, products or architectural space layouts. Students will also use software to model objects and spaces with light, shadows, color and textures that are placed in appropriate backgrounds.
Uses: Autodesk Viz