|CLASS CODE:||ID 203||CREDITS: 2||FEE: $10.00|
|DIVISION:||PERFORMING AND VISUAL ARTS|
|GENERAL EDUCATION:||This course does not fulfill a General Education requirement.|
|CATALOG DESCRIPTION:||An introductory course in the elements and principles of three-dimensional design.|
|DESCRIPTION:||An introductory course in the elements and principles of three-dimensional design.|
|TOPICS:||Tools and materials; Three-dimensional vs. two-dimensional elements and principles of design; Conceptual and construction methods.|
|OBJECTIVES:||1. To introduce three-dimensional design fundamentals, vocabulary and concepts.
2. To introduce various construction techniques and materials for project development and presentation models.
3. To develop an understanding and definition of the transition of two-dimensional shape to three-dimensional form.
4. To reinforce communication skills through oral presentation and group assignments.
5. To encourage and reinforce research techniques, ideation, and incorporation of creative media for creative problem solutions.
6. To refine drafting and rendering skills which support three-dimensional models/products.
7. To improve written communication skills in the form of project programs and design concept statements.
8. To emphasize creativity and craftsmanship in design problem solution.
9. To introduce three-dimensional product design development.
10. To evaluate the student's understanding of the preceding objectives through examination and assigned projects.
|REQUIREMENTS:||Assignments - Simple construction methods using geometric shapes; Texture; Bus stop; Memorial garden; Mobil; Lamp.|
|PREREQUISITES:||(Majors only) ID 102, ID 137|
|EFFECTIVE DATE:||August 2001|