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Computer Graphic Technology

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The Department of Computer Graphic Technology offers a variety of degree programs and certificates designed to provide you with the training and knowledge necessary to expedite your entry into the workforce and accelerate your career.
 

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Derek Goodson

Programs

The Bachelor of Science in animation technology (BSAT) prepares you to be a practitioner and manager of a wide variety of computer graphics-related jobs. It is designed for those who have earned an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) or Associate of Applied Technology (A.A.T.) in computer graphic technology; completed 45 hours toward the degree; or have the permission of the dean of the College of Business and Industry. Click here to learn more.

This two-year degree delivers an experience with a range of computer-aided design (CAD) software packages. With the architectural option, students will use industry-standard computer software to create and identify architectural symbols, views, plans, schedules, charts, and specifications needed to effectively communicate graphically with architects, engineers, and other building professionals. Click here to learn more.

This two-year degree delivers an experience with a range of computer-aided design (CAD) software packages. With the digital design (animation) option, students will learn about computer software used in the industry to create storyboards, models, and other technical documentation. Click here to learn more.

This two-year degree delivers an experience with a range of computer-aided design (CAD) software packages and includes concentration options in architectural, mechanical, and digital design as well as a general option. Click here to learn more.

This two-year degree delivers an experience with a range of computer-aided design (CAD) software packages. In the mechanical option, students will use industry-standard computer 2D and 3D software to understand, create, edit, and plot engineering drawings. They will also create models of objects using methods such as 3D printers, computer numerical control (CNC) machines, and other devices. Click here to learn more.