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ART1201C Design Fundamentals I

This course provides an investigation into the dynamics of various organizing principles while exercising both traditional and contemporary media. Students explore the visual elements and fundamental principles of design in order to determine the constructs of order. Elements of visual literacy are also used to explore issues of symbol and human communication. Process and development are emphasized. This course is suitable for both the art major and non-art major. Lab fee required.

Terms Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Credits: 3.00

ASession
BSession
12Weeks
OTerm
Aug 20 to Dec 9
Oviedo - 1 class available
Combined Lecture and Lab
CLASS# TIMES DAYS DATES ROOM PROFESSOR
735099:30am - 12:15pmT TH08/20 - 12/09E0209McGrathMore Info
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Room: E0209Professor: McGrath
Sanford / Lake Mary - 4 classes available
Combined Lecture and Lab
CLASS# TIMES DAYS DATES ROOM PROFESSOR
711018:00am - 10:30amM W08/20 - 12/09B0102SpaldingMore Info
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Room: B0102Professor: Spalding
7110211:00am - 1:30pmM W08/20 - 12/09B0102SpaldingMore Info
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Room: B0102Professor: Spalding
711038:00am - 10:30amT TH08/20 - 12/09B0102SpaldingMore Info
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Room: B0102Professor: Spalding
711102:00pm - 4:30pmT TH08/20 - 12/09B0102BogdanyMore Info
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Syllabus

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Room: B0102Professor: Bogdany
Online E Learning - no classes available
Altamonte Springs - no classes available
Heathrow - no classes available

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