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Visual Arts

HUMA1203 Drawing I is an entry-level course designed to improve students' drawing skills. Students will develop drawing skills using pencil, ink and charcoal to master shading, contour, gesture and perspective techniques. Class 3.

HNRS3141 Art and Imagination is a one-hour seminar being taught by our Missionary in Residence, Mr. Ed Rothfus.  It is available only to Honor College members.

LeTourneau's School of Literature and Language Arts also offers the following visual media courses.  While they're a required part of the Communication-Integrated Media Management major, these courses may be taken as electives by any interested student.

  • GDES2323 Visual Media I is a hands-on course in the use of current industry-standard communication tools to develop visual messages. Students use Adobe Photoshop to create and edit images and Adobe InDesign to produce page layouts.
  • GDES2333 Visual Media II builds upon skills mastered in Visual Media I. Students use Adobe Illustrator to produce vector-based illustrations and Adobe Dreamweaver to design, lay out and manage websites.

Please stay tuned for further offerings in the field of Graphic Arts.

 

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