Computer Graphics Imagery
Applied Science degree
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This program provides students with contemporary training and experience in the
emerging and high-employment field of Computer Graphics Imagery (CGI).
Engineering and architectural firms employ skilled workers in computer graphics
to create photo-realistic renderings, two and three-dimensional computer
animations, and three-dimensional models for manufacturers, designers, customers
and builders. Computer graphics imagery technologies focus on the possible
relationships between parts, objects, people and environments.
Computer-generated models are matched to real-world data in order to build
simulations. Computer graphic architectural modeling tools allow designers to
visualize space and generate interactive and virtual environments at the part,
system and environment levels.
This certificate program is associated with the Computer Graphics Associate,
Computer Graphics Designer, Computer Graphics Professional and Computer Graphics
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