Digital Arts - UC San Diego Extension

Digital Arts
Increase your earning potential and
marketability with a professional certificate
in Digital Media Content Creation, Graphic &
Web Design, or Video & Editing. Explore our
individual classes to gain new software skills
with our onsite or online courses in Digital Arts.
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AutoCAD Proficiency Certificate
Software-Focused Specialized Certificates
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UC San Diego Extension combines applied arts technology, technique,
software training, business practices and portfolio creation into a
well-balanced, high quality education that prepares students for
entry-level employment, professional advancement, or freelance work.
Digital Arts
Individual Classes, onsite and online.
Software Focused Specialized Certificates
in AutoCAD, Design Media, and Web Media.
Career-Focused Professional Certificates
in Digital Media Content Creation, Graphic Design,
User Experience (UX) Design and Video & Editing.
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Digital Arts Center
Professional Certificate
Programs
Phone: (858) 534-6704
Email: [email protected]
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Digital Arts Specialized Certificates
and Individual Courses
Phone: (858) 534-6705
Email: [email protected]
Learn more > extension.ucsd.edu/digitalarts
Certificate Programs
PROFESSIONAL
•Digital Media Content Creation
•Graphic Design
•User Experience Design
•Video & Editing
SPECIALIZED
•Design Media
•Web Media
PROFICIENCY
•AutoCAD
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Professional Certificate in User Experience Design
Every e-commerce site wants to be as successful as Amazon.com at guiding the user
to make the decisive click, but the apparent simplicity of a website design does not
clearly illustrate the level of complexity of the process to develop and maintain such
a high level of business effectiveness. Learn the vital skills that are necessary to manage this sophisticated process successfully.
See page 77 for details.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Animation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Animation I: Introduction to Disney’s 12 Principles of
Animation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Computer-Aided Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
AutoCAD I: Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
AutoCAD II: Intermediate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
AutoCAD III: Working Drawings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Revit I: Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Revit II: Intermediate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
3DS Max I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Core Design Skills. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
AutoCAD Proficiency Certificate Information Session . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Design Media Specialized Certificate Information Session . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Digital Arts Center Professional Certificates Information Session . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Digital Arts Center Workshop: Graphic
& Web Design Program. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Digital Arts Center Workshop: Video
& Editing Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Digital Media Content Creation Professional
Certificate - Information Session. . . . . . . . . . . . 68
User Experience Design Professional
Certificate - Information Session. . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Web Media Specialized Certificate Information Session . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Graphics & Digital Design. . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Business of Digital Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Introduction to Digital Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Introduction to Graphic Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Portfolio Development - Graphic Design . . . . . . . . . . 69
Portfolio Development - Web Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Adobe Photoshop I: Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Introduction to Adobe Creative Suite. . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Adobe Photoshop II: Intermediate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Design Essentials A: Elements of Design . . . . . . . . . . 70
Adobe InDesign . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Adobe Illustrator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
User Experience (UX) Design & Mobile
Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Video & Audio Production. . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Professional
Certificate in Digital Media Content Creation
From mobile devices to our personal computers, there is a rapidly increasing
demand for digital media content. The Professional Certificate in Digital Media
Content Creation provides both newcomers and veterans in blogging, corporate
communications, graphic design, journalism, marketing, and photojournalism
with a comprehensive and flexible set of courses in the skills they need to become
effective content creators.
Adobe After Effects I: Introduction
to Motion Graphics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
ProTools I: Introduction to Audio Production. . . . . . . 72
Web Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
User Interface Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Adobe Dreamweaver I: Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Adobe Dreamweaver II: Intermediate. . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Web Media: Principles & Techniques of Web Design. . 72
Digital Arts
Principles of User Experience (UX). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Responsive Design and User Experience (UX). . . . . . . 71
User Experience (UX) Design I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
User Experience (UX) Design II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
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Proficiency Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
AutoCAD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Specialized Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Design Media. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Web Media. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Professional Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Digital Media Content Creation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Graphic and Web Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
User Experience (UX) Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Video & Editing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
courses
ANIMATION
HANDS-ON
Animation I: Introduction
to Disney’s 12 Principles of
Animation
Digital Arts
This is the first in a series of animation courses
taught by longtime Disney and Warner Bros.
animator Eric Van Hamersveld. Using the
simplicity of basic 2D animation, students will
become familiar with Disney’s “12-Principles
of Animation.” Whether 2D, CG, or stop
motion animation, these principles are the
backbone for all character animation projects.
Students will learn to use Key Pose Animation,
Squash and Stretch, Anticipation, Staging,
Lines-of-Action, and more to create several
short animation projects and a final 10-15
second film. Note prerequisites: Basic drawing
and computer skills (Mac/PC). Students must
have a scanner for scanning pencil drawings
or a WACOM tablet with a drawing program
that can save JPEGs or PNGs. Basic moviemaking software is FREE. The few inexpensive
materials and textbook can be found on the
Extension website.
ONLINE
Instructor: Eric Van Hamersveld, BFA
Worked for over 30 years in the entertainment industry as an animator with Warner Bros., Walt Disney, J.
Ward Productions and Hanna-Barbera Studios.
Section: 108391-5001 Course No. ART-40557
Time/Date: Jul. 14-Sep. 4
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
Credit: 3 units in Art
Fee: $595 No refunds after: Jul. 13 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
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COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN
AutoCAD I: Introduction
Gain valuable experience with AutoCAD
commands and menu systems. Learn twodimensional drawing commands, dimensioning, layering systems, and drafting techniques. By the end of this AutoCAD training
course, students will have gained experience
developing and assembling a construction
document, including plotting, creating drafting symbols, fixtures and a floor plan. Note:
Students must be officially enrolled by and
attend the first session. Prerequisite: Good
command of the Windows environment.
Same textbook will be used throughout all
AutoCAD courses.
IN-CLASS
Instructor: Al Whitley, MBA, AIA
Principal at www.WhitleyGroup.com, an architectural practice which provides specialized CAD and
BIM support for commercial, and biotech projects.
Tyler Grant, B.ARCH, NCARB
Section: 108955-5001 Course No. ARCH-40001
Time/Date: M&W 12:30-4:30 p.m., Jul. 6-22
(6 mtgs.)
Location: Whitley Consulting Group, 3904 Groton
St., San Diego
Credit: 2.5 units in Architecture
Fee: $495 No refunds after: Jul. 7 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Pre-enrollment required. Early
enrollment advised. First meeting mandatory No
UCSD parking permit required.
IN-CLASS
Instructor: Al Whitley, MBA, AIA
Principal at www.WhitleyGroup.com, an architectural practice which provides specialized CAD and
BIM support for commercial, and biotech projects.
Tyler Grant, B.ARCH, NCARB
Section: 108963-5001 Course No. ARCH-40001
Time/Date: M&W 5:30-9:30 p.m., Jul. 6-22
(6 mtgs.)
Location: Whitley Consulting Group, 3904 Groton
St., San Diego
Credit: 2.5 units in Architecture
Fee: $495 No refunds after: Jul. 7 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Pre-enrollment required. Early
enrollment advised. First meeting mandatory No
UCSD parking permit required.
AutoCAD II: Intermediate
Develop a more advanced understanding
of the AutoCAD applications. Create plan
and elevation drawings and learn important manipulation and management tools
for assembling and integrating drawings
within the project document set. Topics
in this intermediate-level AutoCAD training course include advanced commands
and drafting conventions. Note: Students
must be officially enrolled by and attend
the first session. Prerequisite: The preceding
course (AutoCAD I) or work experience with
instructor approval. Same textbook will be
used throughout all AutoCAD courses.
IN-CLASS
Instructor: Al Whitley, MBA, AIA
Principal at www.WhitleyGroup.com, an architectural practice which provides specialized CAD and
BIM support for commercial, and biotech projects.
Tyler Grant, B.ARCH, NCARB
Section: 108964-5001 Course No. ARCH-40004
Time/Date: M&W 5:30-9:30 p.m., Jul. 27-Aug. 12
(6 mtgs.)
Location: Whitley Consulting Group, 3904 Groton
St., San Diego
Credit: 2.5 units in Architecture
Fee: $495 ($470 if enrolled by Jun. 1).
No refunds after: Jul. 28 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Pre-enrollment required. Early
enrollment advised. First meeting mandatory No
UCSD parking permit required.
AutoCAD III: Working Drawings
Learn the process that professional offices go
through to create and assemble the components of a set of working documents. The
course will focus on the production aspects of
assembling a set of construction documents.
Participants are expected to have reasonably
strong AutoCAD skills. In this advancedlevel AutoCAD training course, technical
aspects of AutoCAD will be addressed,
including file referencing, paper/model space
and the relational aspects of drawing files.
Note: Students must be officially enrolled
by and attend the first session. Prerequisite:
The preceding courses (AutoCAD I & II)
or work experience with instructor approval.
Same textbook will be used throughout all
AutoCAD courses.
IN-CLASS
Instructor: Al Whitley, MBA, AIA
Principal at www.WhitleyGroup.com, an architectural practice which provides specialized CAD and
BIM support for commercial, and biotech projects.
Tyler Grant, B.ARCH, NCARB
Section: 108966-5001 Course No. ARCH-40000
Time/Date: M&W 5:30-9:30 p.m., Aug. 17-Sep. 2
(6 mtgs.)
Location: Whitley Consulting Group, 3904 Groton
St., San Diego
Credit: 2.5 units in Architecture
Fee: $495 ($470 if enrolled by Jun. 1).
No refunds after: Aug. 18 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Pre-enrollment required. Early
enrollment advised. First meeting mandatory No
UCSD parking permit required.
Revit I: Introduction
Designed for architects, interior designers,
engineers, and others involved in the construction industry seeking an overview of
Building Information Modeling (BIM) using
Revit Architecture, this course examines how
to design 3D models that simultaneously
document the project in schedules and 2D
architectural drawings. Topics include starting a project, modifying elements, and presenting models. By the conclusion of this
Revit training course, students will have
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Instructor: Michael Scott, B.ARCH
A Senior Job Captain at a mid-size architectural firm
and teaches at CADTeacher.
Section: 108967-5001 Course No. ARCH-40009
Time/Date: Tu&Th 6:00-10:00 p.m., Jul. 7-16
(4 mtgs.)
Location: Whitley Consulting Group, 3904 Groton
St., San Diego
Credit: 1.5 units in Architecture
Fee: $495 ($470 if enrolled by Jun. 1).
No refunds after: Jul. 8 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Pre-enrollment required. Early
enrollment advised. First meeting mandatory No
UCSD parking permit required.
Revit II: Intermediate
Explore the more advanced methods of
documenting a building project in Revit
Architecture. The classes will be taught
from the architect’s perspective, but interior
designers and engineers will also gain valuable insight as the course unfolds. Topics
include scheduling building components,
using the family editor to create 2D and 3D
components, refining graphics, and construction documentation. By the conclusion of
this intermediate-level Revit training course,
students will be able to develop a BIM
model independently and understand how
to organize it as an integrated, interoperable
construction document set. Note: students
must be officially enrolled by and attend
the first session. Prerequisite: The preceding
course (Revit I) or work experience with
instructor approval. Same textbook will be
used throughout all Revit courses.
IN-CLASS
Instructor: Michael Scott, B.ARCH
A Senior Job Captain at a mid-size architectural firm
and teaches at CADTeacher.
Section: 108968-5001 Course No. ARCH-40010
Time/Date: Tu&Th 6:00-10:00 p.m., Jul. 21-30
(4 mtgs.)
Location: Whitley Consulting Group, 3904 Groton
St., San Diego
Credit: 1.5 units in Architecture
Fee: $495 ($470 if enrolled by Jun. 1).
No refunds after: Jul. 22 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Pre-enrollment required. Early
enrollment advised. First meeting mandatory No
UCSD parking permit required.
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3DS Max I
Get a complete introduction to 3D modeling
and rendering while learning to build and
bring to life a 3D scene from plans. Learn to
model or import interior details and furniture
items to create a finished scene. Add lighting
and textures, and learn how to render realistic images. In this 3dsMax course, students
will gain the ability to navigate the user
interface, manipulate views, modify parameters and choose the most efficient modeling
techniques. Dive into modeling using many
of AutoDesk 3dsMax’s powerful parametric
object creation tools. Note: Students must
be officially enrolled and attend the first
meeting. Prerequisite: Fundamental working knowledge of Windows environment,
some CAD or drafting experience is highly
recommended. Same textbook will be used
throughout all 3ds Max courses.
IN-CLASS
Instructor: Michael Scott, B.ARCH
A Senior Job Captain at a mid-size architectural firm
and teaches at CADTeacher.
Section: 108970-5001 Course No. ART-40324
Time/Date: M&W 6:00-10:00 p.m., Aug. 17-Sep.
2 (6 mtgs.)
Location: Whitley Consulting Group, 3904 Groton
St., San Diego
Credit: 2.5 units in Art
Fee: $495 ($470 if enrolled by Jun. 1).
No refunds after: Aug. 18 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Pre-enrollment required. Early
enrollment advised. First meeting mandatory No
UCSD parking permit required.
CORE DESIGN SKILLS
AutoCAD Proficiency Certificate Information Session
˜Explore the Digital Arts! This free,
on-demand information session is for
those interested in learning more about
our Proficiency Certificate in AutoCAD.
Get an inside look at our courses and also
explore the Blackboard online Learning
Management System! In this information
session, we will review certificate program
details and requirements, skills needed to succeed, and more. Learn what the Digital Arts
can do for you! For additional information,
visit extension.ucsd.edu/digitalarts,
email [email protected], or
call 858-534-6731.
ONLINE
Instructor: Berle Dale
Program Representative for Brewing, Digital Arts,
and Humanities at UC San Diego Extension.
Section: 108407-5001 Course No. INFO-70121
Time/Date: Jun. 22-Sep. 4
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
Credit: Not for credit
Fee: $0
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
Design Media Specialized
Certificate - Information Session
˜Explore the Digital Arts! This free,
on-demand information session is for those
interested in learning more about our
Specialized Certificate in Design Media. Get
an inside look at our courses and also explore
the Blackboard online Learning Management
System! In this information session, we
will review certificate program details and
requirements, skills needed to succeed, and
more. Learn what the Digital Arts can do for
you! For additional information,
visit extension.ucsd.edu/designmedia,
email [email protected], or
call 858-534-6705.
ONLINE
Instructor: Berle Dale
Program Representative for Brewing, Digital Arts,
and Humanities at UC San Diego Extension.
Section: 108410-5001 Course No. INFO-70119
Time/Date: Jun. 22-Sep. 4
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
Credit: Not for credit
Fee: $0
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
Digital Arts Center Professional
Certificates - Information Session
Are you ready for a career change into Video
Production & Editing or Graphic & Web
Design? Want to learn the tools of the trade
and professional skills needed to enter these
competitive industries? Join the Digital Arts
Center in this online, on-demand information session and learn how our professional
certificates can help you move forward with
your career! Note: Students are required to
formally apply and must be admitted to a
Digital Arts Center program before taking
courses. We are currently accepting applications. After viewing the information session, you may apply. All programs start on
September 22, 2015 and last for one full year.
To learn more, visit dac.ucsd.edu, view our
on-demand online information session, or
email [email protected], or call 858-534-6704.
ONLINE
Instructor: Jake Wilke, B.A. in Visual Communications
Program manager for Digital Arts Center courses
and certificate programs.
Section: 108408-5001 Course No. INFO-70030
Time/Date: Jun. 22-Sep. 4
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
Credit: Not for credit
Fee: $0
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
Digital Arts
built a BIM project from scratch and present multiple views of the model on an
architectural sheet. Note: Students must be
officially enrolled by and attend the first session. Prerequisite: AutoCAD experience preferred and a good command of the Windows
environment. Same textbook will be used
throughout all Revit courses.
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Digital Arts Center Workshop:
Graphic & Web Design Program
˜In this workshop, Donna Sandsmark,
lead instructor for the Digital Arts Center
(DAC) Professional Certificate in Graphic
& Web Design, will discuss Digital Arts, the
current state of graphic and web design, and
more. Students who attend this workshop
will complete a graphic design lesson, meet
program instructors and staff, and more.
Learn more about the one year program in
Graphic & Web Design at dac.ucsd.edu.
Note: This workshop takes place in a lecture
environment, so no additional equipment is
required. Students who wish to follow along
may optionally bring their own laptops with
Adobe software installed.
IN-CLASS
Instructor: Donna M. Sandsmark, M.S.
Combines a background in engineering, programming, and design to create a learning environment
that covers all aspects of web design.
Section: 107833-5001 Course No. INFO-70016
Time/Date: M 6:00-8:00 p.m., Jun. 22 (0)
Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr.,
6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego
Credit: Not for credit
Fee: $0
IN-CLASS
Instructor: Donna M. Sandsmark, M.S.
Combines a background in engineering, programming, and design to create a learning environment
that covers all aspects of web design.
Section: 107834-5001 Course No. INFO-70016
Time/Date: M 6:00-8:00 p.m., Jul. 27 (0)
Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr.,
6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego
Credit: Not for credit
Fee: $0
Digital Arts
IN-CLASS
Instructor: Donna M. Sandsmark, M.S.
Combines a background in engineering, programming, and design to create a learning environment
that covers all aspects of web design.
Section: 107835-5001 Course No. INFO-70016
Time/Date: M 6:00-8:00 p.m., Aug. 24 (0)
Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr.,
6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego
Credit: Not for credit
Fee: $0
Digital Arts Center Workshop:
Video & Editing Program
˜In this workshop, Jodi Cilley, lead
instructor for the Digital Arts Center (DAC)
Professional Certificate in Video & Editing,
will discuss commercial and short film production and how it relates to the burgeoning
San Diego independent filmmaking industry.
Students who attend this hands-on workshop
will participate in a production, meet program instructors and staff, and more. Learn
more about the one year program in Video
& Editing at dac.ucsd.edu. Note: This work-
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shop takes place in a lecture environment,
not a computer lab. It is recommended (but
not required) that each student bring to class
a digital camera (video capable smartphone is
fine) and a laptop with Final Cut X or Adobe
Premiere installed.
IN-CLASS
Instructor: Jodi Cilley, M.B.A.
San Diego based educator, film producer, and founder and president of the Film Consortium San Diego.
Section: 107836-5001 Course No. INFO-70052
Time/Date: M 6:00-8:30 p.m., Jun. 22 (0)
Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr.,
6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego
Credit: Not for credit
Fee: $0
IN-CLASS
Instructor: Jodi Cilley, M.B.A.
San Diego based educator, film producer, and founder and president of the Film Consortium San Diego.
Section: 107837-5001 Course No. INFO-70052
Time/Date: M 6:00-8:30 p.m., Jul. 27 (0)
Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr.,
6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego
Credit: Not for credit
Fee: $0
IN-CLASS
Instructor: Jodi Cilley, M.B.A.
San Diego based educator, film producer, and founder and president of the Film Consortium San Diego.
Section: 107838-5001 Course No. INFO-70052
Time/Date: M 6:00-8:30 p.m., Aug. 24 (0)
Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr.,
6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego
Credit: Not for credit
Fee: $0
Digital Media Content Creation
Professional Certificate Information Session
˜Explore the Digital Arts! This free,
on-demand information session is for those
interested in learning more about our
Professional Certificate in Digital Media
Content Creation. Get an inside look at
our courses and also explore the Blackboard
online Learning Management System! In this
information session, we will review certificate program details and requirements, skills
needed to succeed, and more. Learn what the
Digital Arts can do for you! For additional
information, visit extension.ucsd.edu/digitalmedia, email [email protected], or
call 858-534-6731.
ONLINE
Instructor: Berle Dale
Program Representative for Brewing, Digital Arts,
and Humanities at UC San Diego Extension.
Section: 108409-5001 Course No. INFO-70087
Time/Date: Jun. 22-Sep. 4
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
Credit: Not for credit
Fee: $0
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
User Experience Design
Professional Certificate Information Session
˜Explore the Digital Arts! This free,
on-demand information session is for those
interested in learning more about our
Professional Certificate in User Experience
(UX) Design. Get an inside look at our
courses and also explore the Blackboard
online Learning Management System! In this
information session, we will review certificate program details and requirements, skills
needed to succeed, and more. Learn what the
Digital Arts can do for you! For additional
information,
visit extension.ucsd.edu/ux,
email [email protected], or
call 858-534-6731.
ONLINE
Instructor: Berle Dale
Program Representative for Brewing, Digital Arts,
and Humanities at UC San Diego Extension.
Section: 108412-5001 Course No. INFO-70118
Time/Date: Jun. 22-Sep. 4
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
Credit: Not for credit
Fee: $0
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
Web Media Specialized Certificate
- Information Session
˜Explore the Digital Arts! This free,
on-demand information session is for those
interested in learning more about our
Specialized Certificates in Web Media. Get
an inside look at our courses and also explore
the Blackboard online Learning Management
System! In this information session, we
will review certificate program details and
requirements, skills needed to succeed, and
more. Learn what the Digital Arts can do for
you! For additional information, visit extension.ucsd.edu/webmedia, email
[email protected], or call 858-5346705.
ONLINE
Instructor: Berle Dale
Program Representative for Brewing, Digital Arts,
and Humanities at UC San Diego Extension.
Section: 108411-5001 Course No. INFO-70120
Time/Date: Jun. 22-Sep. 4
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
Credit: Not for credit
Fee: $0
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
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Business of Digital Media
˜Learn to manage a freelance digital
media business. Students will learn how
to develop a business model for their freelance enterprise, understand small business
accounting, identify and research potential
markets, and create a portfolio website for
marketing their services. Students will also
gain an understanding of digital media distribution methods, media trends, and legal considerations such as intellectual property rights
and payment for services. Note: Basic knowledge of English grammar, experience with
graphic design software (Adobe Illustrator
or Photoshop), and experience with website
creation (Blogger, WordPress, Dreamweaver)
is recommended.
ONLINE
Instructor: Andrew Walpole, B.S.
Manager of Experience Design at Jack in the Box.
Section: 108414-5001 Course No. ART-40612
Time/Date: Jun. 30-Sep. 4
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
Credit: 4 units in Art
Fee: $595 No refunds after: Jul. 6 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
Introduction to Digital Media
˜In today’s media environment, it is
essential for content creators to be comfortable working with many types of media. In
this course, students will examine current
professional and consumer trends in digital
content creation, following both the technological and theoretical advances that have
disrupted mediums such as print, television,
and film. This course is part of our certificate
in Digital Media Content Creation, which
provides newcomers and veterans in writing, marketing, corporate communications,
graphic design, and journalism with the comprehensive set of skills necessary to produce
many different types of digital media. Note:
Basic knowledge of English grammar, experience with graphic design software (Adobe
Illustrator or Photoshop), and experience
with website creation (WordPress, Tumblr,
Blogger, Dreamweaver) is recommended.
ONLINE
Instructor: Kelly Bennett, MFA
Instructor and professional graphic designer and
operates an online portfolio group.
Section: 108415-5001 Course No. ART-40610
Time/Date: Jun. 30-Sep. 4
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
Credit: 4 units in Art
Fee: $595 No refunds after: Jul. 6 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
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Introduction to Graphic Design
˜This fast-moving, hands-on course pre-
pares students to advance into various fields
of digital media content creation using the
latest software applications and concepts.
Learning terminology, file management, file
formats, resolution and page layout as they
relate to visual communication for the web.
Typography, user interface design, and use of
color will be discussed. Note: Basic knowledge of English grammar, experience with
graphic design software (Adobe Illustrator
or Photoshop), and experience with website
creation (Blogger, WordPress, Dreamweaver)
is recommended.
ONLINE
Instructor: Kelly Bennett, MFA
Instructor and professional graphic designer and
operates an online portfolio group.
Section: 108416-5001 Course No. ART-40611
Time/Date: Jun. 30-Sep. 4
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
Credit: 4 units in Art
Fee: $595 No refunds after: Jul. 6 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
Portfolio Development - Graphic
Design
˜Upon successful completion of the
required courses in the Design Media certificate program, a consolidation of your design
projects for presentation will be reviewed
one-on-one with the lead program adviser. Suggestions for areas of growth will be
discussed as well as avenues for application. Note: Once all required courses have
been completed, portfolio consultations can
be scheduled for any quarter. To schedule
a portfolio consultation please email the
Digital Arts department at
[email protected] or call 858-534-6705
IN-CLASS
Instructor: Carolyn O’Barr
Instructor, certified Adobe Education Trainer, and
freelance graphic artist.
Section: 108217-5001 Course No. ART-80012
Time/Date: by appt. Jun. 22-Sep. 4
Location: TBD
Credit: Not for credit 0
Fee: $0
Portfolio Development - Web
Design
˜Upon successful completion of the
required courses in the Web Media certificate
program, a consolidation of your design
projects for presentation will be reviewed
one-on-one with the lead program adviser. Suggestions for areas of growth will be
discussed as well as avenues for application. Note: Once all required courses have
been completed, portfolio consultations can
be scheduled for any quarter. To schedule
a portfolio consultation please email the
Digital Arts department at unex-digital@
ucsd.edu or call 858-534-6705
IN-CLASS
Instructor: Donna M. Sandsmark, M.S.
Combines a background in engineering, programming, and design to create a learning environment
that covers all aspects of web design.
Section: 108422-5001 Course No. ART-80011
Time/Date: by appt. Jun. 22-Sep. 4
Location: TBD
Credit: Not for credit 0
Fee: $0
HANDS-ON
Adobe Photoshop I: Introduction
An introduction to Adobe Photoshop, the
imaging software application used by professional graphic artists to create and modify
images for use in print and web media. This
graphic design training course includes topics about working with the tools and user
interface, working with selections, retouching, correcting, and enhancing photographs,
layer basics, masking, compositing, preparing files for the web, and more. Students
learn through hands-on practice and a series
of creative projects. Note: Basic Mac or
PC computer knowledge required. Online
participants must have Adobe Photoshop
CS4 or higher installed on their computers.
Online students will be utilizing Lynda.com
as a textbook reference guide. Subscription
options and pricing are available at Lynda.
com. Students will be required to subscribe
to Lynda.com for textbook access.
ONLINE
Instructor: Jon Hunt, MFA
Author and/or illustrator of eleven picture books for
children, and whose illustrations have been used on
book jackets and collectible card games.
Section: 108392-5001 Course No. ART-40311
Time/Date: Jul. 14-Sep. 4
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
Credit: 3 units in Art
Fee: $595 No refunds after: Jul. 13 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
IN-CLASS
Instructor: Carolyn O’Barr
Instructor, certified Adobe Education Trainer, and
freelance graphic artist.
Section: 109311-5001 Course No. ART-40311
Time/Date: Tu 6:00-9:30 p.m., Jul. 7-Aug. 25
(8 mtgs.)
Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr.,
6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego
Credit: 3 units in Art
Fee: $595 No refunds after: Jul. 13 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
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Introduction to Adobe Creative
Suite
This course provides future graphic designers, artists, and illustrators with an overview
of computer technology and its role in
the production of graphic designs. Students
begin by learning file management and page
layout and how they relate to visual communication. This course prepares students
for advancement in various fields of digital
technology, graphic design, digital arts, and
digital design. A must for beginners, this is
the first required course for the specialized
certificate in Design Media. Note: Online
participants must have Adobe Photoshop
CS4 or higher installed on their computers. Adobe CS is recommended. Adobe CC
is also acceptable. Online students will be
utilizing Lynda.com as a textbook reference
guide. Subscription options and pricing are
available at Lynda.com. Students will be
required to subscribe to Lynda.com for textbook access.
ONLINE
Instructor: Larry Snay, M.S.IT
Instructional Systems Designer who designs and
develops interactive training products for a local San
Diego Training Development Company.
Section: 108393-5001 Course No. ART-40525
Time/Date: Jul. 14-Sep. 4
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
Credit: 3 units in Art
Fee: $595 No refunds after: Jul. 13 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
HANDS-ON
Digital Arts
Adobe Photoshop II: Intermediate
Advance your Photoshop skills. Using your
own photographs, students will learn to effectively perform many of the image enhancements that could previously be accomplished only in the darkroom. Topics include
advanced selections, masks, retouching,
adjustment layers, portrait enhancements,
perspective effects, and camera RAW. In this
graphic design training course, efficiency
techniques as well as color theory for print
and screen will be explained, demonstrated
and discussed. Note: Photoshop I or equivalent knowledge required. Online participants
must have Adobe Photoshop CS4 or higher
installed on their computers. Online students
will be utilizing Lynda.com as a textbook
reference guide. Subscription options and
pricing are available at Lynda.com. Students
will be required to subscribe to Lynda.com
for textbook access.
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ONLINE
Instructor: Lorna Hernandez, BFA, M.A.
Adjunct Professor: Digital Media Arts College;
Founding Chair: Animation Department, The Art
Institute of Fort Lauderdale; Certified Forensic Artist.
Section: 108394-5001 Course No. ART-40526
Time/Date: Jul. 14-Sep. 4
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
Credit: 3 units in Art
Fee: $595 No refunds after: Jul. 13 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
HANDS-ON
Design Essentials A: Elements of
Design
A key course in learning graphic design and
digital media, Design Essentials A introduces students to the elements and lexicon of
basic two dimensional design, gestalt design
theory, basic color uses in design and their
inherent psychological impacts upon the
viewer, use of type as object, use of type as
psychological design element, and the combination of type and image for successful integration of design concepts. In this graphic
design training course, gain an introduction
to the essential design techniques required
for the production of professional work.
Note prerequisite: Students must successfully
complete Illustrator (ART-40527) or have
previous experience using Illustrator prior to
enrolling in this course. Online participants
must have Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop
CS4 or higher installed on their computers.
ONLINE
Instructor: Scott Miller, MFA
Associate Dean of the Visual and Performing Arts
Department at Broward College and owner of Four
Hands Press, a letterpress shop.
Section: 108395-5001 Course No. ART-40540
Time/Date: Jul. 14-Sep. 4
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
Credit: 3 units in Art 3
Fee: $595 No refunds after: Jul. 13 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
HANDS-ON
Adobe InDesign
Learn to use this comprehensive page layout
software in conjunction with Photoshop and
Illustrator to create various kinds of publications and documents for print and onscreen
viewing. This course includes easy-to-follow
exercises and several projects which will
be reviewed and evaluated throughout the
course. Students will use InDesign to learn
about three primary disciplines: type, images,
and color. Students also learn how to examine, troubleshoot, fix, and package digital
files. Note prerequisite: MAC or PC basic
computer knowledge is required. Online stu-
dents must have Adobe Creative Suite Design
Premium 4 or higher on their computers.
Online students will be utilizing Lynda.com
as a textbook reference guide. Subscription
options and pricing are available at Lynda.
com. Students will be required to subscribe
to Lynda.com for textbook access.
ONLINE
Instructor: Kelly Bennett, MFA
Instructor and professional graphic designer and
operates an online portfolio group.
Section: 108396-5001 Course No. ART-40533
Time/Date: Jul. 14-Sep. 4
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
Credit: 3 units in Art
Fee: $595 No refunds after: Jul. 13 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
IN-CLASS
Instructor: Randall Cornish, B.A.
Award-winning educator and graphic artist with
more than 38 years in the field, an American Institute
of Graphic Arts member, and an Adobe Certified
expert.
Section: 109313-5001 Course No. ART-40533
Time/Date: W 6:00-9:30 p.m., Jul. 8-Aug. 26
(8 mtgs.)
Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr.,
6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego
Credit: 3 units in Art
Fee: $595 ($570 if enrolled by Jun. 8).
No refunds after: Jul. 14 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
Adobe Illustrator
Learn the industry-standard professional vector drawing program Adobe Illustrator. In
this graphic design training course, students will gain practical experience with
Illustrator’s precision drawing and transformation tools for creating and editing Bézier
curves, color, gradients, gradient mesh, patterns, transparency, type, layers, and more.
Through a series of creative projects students
will gain experience in using Illustrator to
produce art for both print and web design.
Note: Basic Mac or PC computer knowledge
is required. Online participants must have
Adobe Illustrator CS4 or higher installed
on their computers. Online students will be
utilizing Lynda.com as a textbook reference
guide. Subscription options and pricing are
available at Lynda.com. Students will be
required to subscribe to Lynda.com for textbook access.
ONLINE
Instructor: Lorna Hernandez, BFA, M.A.
Adjunct Professor: Digital Media Arts College;
Founding Chair: Animation Department, The Art
Institute of Fort Lauderdale; Certified Forensic Artist.
Section: 108397-5001 Course No. ART-40527
Time/Date: Jul. 14-Sep. 4
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
Credit: 3 units in Art 3
Fee: $595 No refunds after: Jul. 13 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
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& MOBILE MEDIA
Principles of User Experience (UX)
˜Understand the principles of Human
Factors and User Interface Design, including
theories of human-computer interaction, and
design principles and standards. The course
also focuses on user and task analysis (framing, establishing goals), field research methods (observation, interviewing, testing, documentation of personas, budgeting), usability
testing and the UX process (task models user
journeys, content requirements, wireframes),
and more. Note: Online students should
have Adobe Creative Cloud on their computers. For academic prerequisites, visit the main
certificate page at extension.ucsd.edu/ux.
ONLINE
Instructor: Kristian Secor, M.S., Ed.D. Educational
Technology Developer, educator and author of web
and mobile technologies.
Section: 108417-5001 Course No. ART-40638
Time/Date: Jun. 30-Sep. 4
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
Credit: 4 units in Art
Fee: $795 No refunds after: Jul. 6 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
Responsive Design and User
Experience (UX)
˜Build a responsive UX optimized site
using Bootstrap and a UX case study, fully
using personas, task models, user journeys,
content requirements, sitemaps and wireframes. Design the interfaces and conduct a
usability test plan. Note prerequisite: successful completion of User Experience Design
I (ART-40642) or equivalent experience.
Online students must have the latest versions
of OmniGraffle and Axure installed on their
computers, as well as Adobe Creative Cloud.
Online students will be utilizing Lynda.com
as a textbook reference guide. Subscription
options and pricing are available at Lynda.
com. Students will be required to subscribe
to Lynda.com for textbook access. For academic prerequisites, visit the main certificate
page at extension.ucsd.edu/ux.
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Instructor: Corey Fayman
Section: 108421-5001 Course No. ART-40640
Time/Date: Jun. 30-Sep. 4
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
Credit: 4 units in Art
Fee: $795 No refunds after: Jul. 6 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
User Experience (UX) Design I
˜Focus on case studies, UX prototyping
tools such as OmniGraffle and Axure, and
techniques, metaphors, organization and navigation. Build a User Experience case study—
personas, task models, user journeys, content
requirements, sitemap and wireframes—and
create a usability test plan. Note prerequisite:
successful completion of Principles of User
Experience (ART-40638) or equivalent experience. Online students should have the latest versions of either OmniGraffle or Axure
installed on their computers, as well as Adobe
Creative Cloud. While not required, online
students are encouraged to utilize Lynda.com
as a supplement to the course. For academic
prerequisites, visit the main certificate page at
extension.ucsd.edu/ux.
ONLINE
Instructor: Kristian Secor, M.S., Ed.D.
Educational Technology Developer, educator and
author of web and mobile technologies.
Section: 108418-5001 Course No. ART-40639
Time/Date: Jun. 30-Sep. 4
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
Credit: 4 units in Art
Fee: $795 No refunds after: Jul. 6 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
User Experience (UX) Design II
˜This course covers style guides, design-
ing for different screens (web, kiosks and
mobile devices), user interface design, and
best practices in typography, design and navigation. Participants will design a UX project,
and conduct a usability test plan. Note:
prerequisite: successful completion of User
Experience Design I (ART-40639) or equivalent experience. Online students should have
the latest versions of either OmniGraffle or
Axure installed on their computers, as well as
Adobe Creative Cloud. While not required,
online students are encouraged to utilize
Lynda.com as a supplement to the course.
For academic prerequisites, visit the main
certificate page at extension.ucsd.edu/ux.
ONLINE
Instructor: Donna M. Sandsmark, M.S.
Combines a background in engineering, programming, and design to create a learning environment
that covers all aspects of web design.
Section: 108419-5001 Course No. ART-40642
Time/Date: Jun. 30-Sep. 4
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
Credit: 4 units in Art
Fee: $795 No refunds after: Jul. 6 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
VIDEO & AUDIO PRODUCTION
HANDS-ON
Adobe After Effects I:
Introduction to Motion Graphics
˜Learn Adobe After Effects, the digital
motion graphics and compositing software
used by professionals in filmmaking and
television post-production. In this motion
graphics training course, students will learn
the basics of animation, visual effects compositing and use of titling in theatrical and
broadcast graphics. Finishing techniques
including image adjustment, color correction, and output settings for variety of
media will be covered. Note: Photoshop and
Illustrator experience recommended. Online
participants must have After Effects installed
on their computers. Online students will be
utilizing Lynda.com as a textbook reference
guide. Subscription options and pricing are
available at Lynda.com. Students will be
required to subscribe to Lynda.com for textbook access.
ONLINE
Instructor: Genadi Radiul, M.S.
Master’s Degrees in Music and Motion Graphics;
teaches audio production, motion graphics, and compositing classes in San Diego.
Section: 108399-5001 Course No. ART-40587
Time/Date: Jul. 14-Sep. 4
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
Credit: 3 units in Art
Fee: $595 No refunds after: Jul. 13 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
Digital Arts
IN-CLASS
Instructor: Carolyn O’Barr
Instructor, certified Adobe Education Trainer, and
freelance graphic artist.
Section: 109312-5001 Course No. ART-40527
Time/Date: Th 6:00-9:30 p.m., Jul. 9-Aug. 27
(8 mtgs.)
Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr.,
6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego
Credit: 3 units in Art 3
Fee: $595 No refunds after: Jul. 8 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
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ProTools I: Introduction to Audio
Production
˜An introduction to audio production
techniques. In this course, students will learn
to record and digitize sound and apply it for
audio enhancement of their productions.
Students will also learn how to produce audio
effects and transitions. After completing the
course, students will be able to identify basic
types of microphones, set up mics to record
voice, examine sound/image relationships
to select suitable audio, match audio effects
with specific visual images, use audio to create mood in transitions, integrate and adjust
levels in mix of voice, effects and music, and
more. Note: Online students will need to
have ProTools on their computers and will
be utilizing Lynda.com as a textbook reference guide. Subscription options and pricing
are available at Lynda.com. Students will
be required to subscribe to Lynda.com for
textbook access.
ONLINE
Instructor: Genadi Radiul, M.S.
Master’s Degrees in Music and Motion Graphics;
teaches audio production, motion graphics, and compositing classes in San Diego.
Section: 108398-5001 Course No. ART-40592
Time/Date: Jul. 14-Sep. 4
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
Credit: 3 units in Art
Fee: $595 No refunds after: Jul. 13 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
WEB DESIGN
HANDS-ON
User Interface Design
Digital Arts
˜Gain a strong understanding of user
interface design. This graphic and web design
training course covers references, user experience (UX), and usability principles. Topics
include psychological and interaction principles, requirements analysis, designing for different screens (web, TVs and mobile devices),
design standards, style guides, techniques and
visual design principles. Gain the perspective
to give consumers a high quality design experience. It is a great time to be an interactive
designer. Note: Online students should have
Adobe Photoshop CS4 or higher installed on
their computers. Students will be utilizing
Lynda.com as a textbook reference guide.
Subscription options and pricing are available
at Lynda.com. Students will be required to
subscribe to Lynda.com for textbook access.
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ONLINE
Instructor: Kristian Secor, M.S., Ed.D.
Educational Technology Developer, educator and
author of web and mobile technologies.
Section: 108401-5001 Course No. ART-40535
Time/Date: Jul. 14-Sep. 4
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
Credit: 3 units in Art
Fee: $695 No refunds after: Jul. 13 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
Adobe Dreamweaver I:
Introduction
Learn to design websites using Adobe
Dreamweaver, a powerful and easy-to-use
web design software. In this course, students
will learn basic HTML and CSS and how to
design websites within Dreamweaver’s rich
web authoring environment. Participants will
work with text, graphics, and tables, and
customize pages using CSS. Note: It is
required that students have successfully completed Web Media (ART-40523) and Adobe
Photoshop I (ART-40311) or have equivalent experience prior to enrolling in this
course. Online participants must have Adobe
Creative Cloud installed on their computers. Students will be utilizing Lynda.com
as a textbook reference guide. Subscription
options and pricing are available at Lynda.
com. Students will be required to subscribe
to the premium subscription of Lynda.com
for textbook access.
ONLINE
Instructor: Donna M. Sandsmark, M.S.
Combines a background in engineering, programming, and design to create a learning environment
that covers all aspects of web design
Section: 108400-5001 Course No. ART-40325
Time/Date: Jul. 14-Sep. 4
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
Credit: 3 units in Art
Fee: $595 No refunds after: Jul. 13 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
Adobe Dreamweaver II:
Intermediate
Gain greater interactivity from your
Dreamweaver-based websites. Students will
learn how to incorporate CSS, scripting,
JQuery, and more into more advanced projects. Responsive design using Bootstrap will
be an essential theme of the course, and User
Experience design strategies will also be discussed. Students will be expected to develop
two fully functioning websites with CSS
driven layouts and JavaScript-based interactivity. Note prerequisite: Dreamweaver I
or equivalent knowledge. Basic Mac or PC
computer knowledge is required. Online participants must have Adobe Creative Cloud
installed on their computers. Students will
be utilizing Lynda.com as a textbook reference guide. Subscription options and pricing
are available at Lynda.com. Students will be
required to subscribe to the premium subscription of Lynda.com for textbook access.
ONLINE
Instructor: Donna M. Sandsmark, M.S.
Combines a background in engineering, programming, and design to create a learning environment
that covers all aspects of web design
Section: 108402-5001 Course No. ART-40532
Time/Date: Jul. 14-Sep. 4
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
Credit: 3 units in Art
Fee: $595 No refunds after: Jul. 13 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
Web Media: Principles &
Techniques of Web Design
Become familiar with the principles and
techniques for designing and producing websites, web apps, and interactive media. Learn
the steps of the online design process: define
goals and producing designs. The course will
cover the basics of using Adobe Illustrator,
Photoshop, Flash and Dreamweaver. A must
for beginners, this web design training course
is the first required course for the specialized
certificate in Web Media. Note: intro to the
field. Online participants must have Adobe
Creative Cloud installed on their computers. Students will be utilizing Lynda.com
as a textbook reference guide. Subscription
options and pricing are available at Lynda.
com. Students will be required to subscribe
to the premium subscription of Lynda.com
for textbook access.
ONLINE
Instructor: Donna M. Sandsmark, M.S.
Combines a background in engineering, programming, and design to create a learning environment
that covers all aspects of web design .
Section: 108420-5001 Course No. ART-40523
Time/Date: Jun. 30-Sep. 4
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
Credit: 4 units in Art
Fee: $695 No refunds after: Jul. 6 (da/ttl)
No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. No
UCSD parking permit required.
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Certificate
Programs
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PROFICIENCY
• AutoCAD
SPECIALIZED
• Design Media
• Web Media
PROFESSIONAL
• Digital Media Content Creation
• Graphic Design
• User Experience (UX) Design
• Video & Editing
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SPECIALIZED CERTIFICATE
AutoCAD
Design Media
SPECIALIZED CERTIFICAT
AutoDesk’s AutoCAD software is used throughout the architecture industry by trade professionals, facilities managers, engineers, architects, and numerous others.
UC San Diego Extension’s Certificate in
AutoCAD provides architects, designers, and
illustrators with a comprehensive knowledge
of the computer-aided design software used for
architectural drafting, modeling, and visualization projects.In this program, all classroom
examples directly translate to the production
skill sets used for project documentation in
the construction industry. These skills apply to
other disciplines as well, including engineering,
interior design, architecture, landscaping, and
product design.Students in this certificate will
gain an advanced understanding of AutoCAD
commands and menu systems, tools for assembling and integrating drawings into project
document sets, and experience in the development and assembly of construction documents.
Students will also work on simulated real-world
projects with industry professionals and learn
the process professionals go through to create and assemble the components required
for the creation of working documents. For
detailed information, please enroll in the online
on-demand AutoCAD Program Information
Session.
Graphic design skills are highly valued in today’s
workplaces, and the demand is always growing
for employees who possess knowledge in the
medium.UC San Diego Extension’s Certificate
in Design Media focuses on industry-standard
graphic design software, as well as effective graphic
design methodologies, best practices, and more.
In this certificate, students will gain a solid
understanding of essential Adobe software
applications such as Photoshop, Illustrator,
and Indesign. Students will also learn about
the design process, the psychology of design,
output production, and presentation.Upon successful completion of this certificate, students
will have completed a portfolio and a gained
a foundation in graphic design that can be
applied immediately to their current jobs or as
freelance designers. For detailed information,
please enroll in the online on-demand Design
Media Program Information Session.
The Internet is an integral part of our lives, and
web savvy is a highly sought-after skill in today’s
workplaces.
UC San Diego Extension’s Certificate in Web
Media focuses on the idea that good web
designers possess a wide-ranging set of skills
that meets both the practical needs of both user
and client.
In this certificate, students gain a solid understanding of essential Adobe software, principles
of usability, fundamentals of coding in HTML
and CSS, as well as color, type, layout, and user
interface design. Upon successful completion
of this certificate, students will have completed
a portfolio and a gained a foundation in web
design that can be applied immediately to their
current jobs or as a freelance designer. Enrolled
students should have a basic knowledge of
computers (PC or Mac), but design experience
is not required.
For detailed information, please enroll in
the online on-demand Web Media Program
Information Session.
PROFICIENCY CERTIFICATE
Conditions for Admission
Students should have a basic knowledge of computers (PC or Mac).
Complete the application and pay application
fee.
Certificate Guidelines
This certificate can be completed in one quarter
(all three required courses are offered every quarter). Afternoon and evening sections are offered
for AutoCAD I. AutoCAD II and III are offered
only in the evening. Tuition is $495 per course.
Please Note
All courses take place in a computer lab at
Whitley Consulting Group (3904 Groton St,
92110), a working architectural firm located
in San Diego. Students do not need to possess
AutoCAD software on their personal computers.
Information Session (Find out more about
Digital Arts
the program in a free, online information session.)
•AutoCAD Proficiency Certificate Information Session (INFO-70121)
Required Courses
•AutoCAD I: Introduction (ARCH-40001)
•AutoCAD II: Intermediate (ARCH-40004)
•AutoCAD III: Working Drawings (ARCH40000)
Application Fee: $60
Contact: Arts, Humanities, Languages & Digital
Arts,
(858) 534-6705
Email: [email protected]
Information Session (Find out more about
the program in a free, online information session.)
•Design Media Specialized Certificate Information Session (INFO-70119)
Required Courses (All courses are required)
•Digital Media: Introduction to Adobe
Creative Suite (ART-40525)
•Adobe Illustrator (ART-40527)
•Design Essentials A: Elements of Design
(ART-40540)
•Adobe Photoshop I: Introduction (ART40311)
•Adobe Photoshop II: Intermediate (ART40526)
•Adobe InDesign (ART-40533)
•Graphic Design Portfolio (ART-80012)
Electives (Minimum of 3 units)
•Design Essentials B: Advanced Applications
of Design (ART-40541)
•Adobe Dreamweaver I: Introduction (ART40325)
•User Interface Design (ART-40535)
•Adobe InDesign: Creating eBooks and
Digital Magazines for Mobile Devices (ART40580)
•Animation I: Introduction to Disney’s 12
Principles of Animation (ART-40557)
•Adobe After Effects I: Introduction to
Motion Graphics (ART-40587)
•Photo I: Aperture, Shutter Speed & ISO
(ART-40629)
•Promotional Copywriting (BUSA-40448)
•Introduction to Digital Media (ART-40610)
•Digital Skills for Editors (WCWP-40282)
Application Fee: $60
Contact: Arts, Humanities, Languages & Digital
Arts,
(858) 534-6705
Email: [email protected]
Web Media
Required Courses (All units required.)
•Web Media: Principles & Techniques of Web
Design (ART-40523)
•Adobe Photoshop I: Intro (ART-40311)
•Adobe Illustrator (ART-40527)
•Adobe Dreamweaver I: Intro (ART-40325)
•Adobe Dreamweaver II: Intermediate (ART40532)
•User Interface Design (ART-40535)
•Web Design Portfolio (ART-80011)
Electives (Minimum of 6 units required.)
•Principles of User Experience (UX) (ART40638)
•Introduction to Digital Media (ART-40610)
•Design Essentials A: Elements of Design
(ART-40540)
•Adobe Photoshop II: Intermediate (ART40526)
•Adobe InDesign: Creating eBooks and
Digital Magazines for Mobile Devices (ART40580)
•Adobe After Effects I: Introduction to
Motion Graphics (ART-40587)
•Digital Journalism: Self-Editing and
Publishing for the Web (WCWP-40313)
•Animation I: Introduction to Disney’s 12
Principles of Animation (ART-40557)
•Animation II: Animation Skill Building
(ART-40558)
•Web Publishing I (CSE-40116)
•JavaScript I (CSE-40591)
•jQuery (CSE-41158)
Application Fee: $60
Contact: Arts, Humanities, Languages & Digital Arts,
(858) 534-6705
Email: [email protected]
For information and to review the schedule of costs of attendance in a certificate program, visit extension.ucsd.edu/costofattendance.
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Digital Media Content Creation
Digital media impacts our lives every day, and
content creation industries are some of the
fastest growing in the world. From desktop to
mobile, there is a rapidly increasing demand for
digital media content, and industry knowledge
is a new literacy.
In UC San Diego Extension’s Digital Media
Content Creation Certificate, students will focus
on writing, graphic design, marketing, psychology of content creation, legal issues, portfolio
development, and more. Students enrolled in
this certificate will examine current professional
and consumer trends in content creation, following the technological advances that have
disrupted traditional media. This certificate is for
newcomers and veterans in writing, marketing,
corporate communications, and more. It provides students with a set of skills that will allow
them to work in multiple digital media fields.
Upon successful completion of the program,
students will have completed a portfolio and a
gained knowledge of digital media that can be
applied immediately to their current or future
professions. For detailed information, please
enroll in the online on-demand Digital Media
Content Creation Information Session.
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Certificate - Information Session
INFO-70087
0
O
O
O
O
ART-40610
ART-40611
WCWP-40276
4
4
3
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
WCWP-40313
ART-40629
ART-40612
ART-40613
3
3
4
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O, U O, U O, U REQUIRED COURSES (All 22 units are required.)
Introduction to Digital Media
Introduction to Graphic Design
Digital Journalism: News and Feature Writing
Digital Journalism: Self-Editing and
Publishing for the Web
Photo I: Aperture, Shutter Speed & ISO
Business of Digital Media
Digital Media Portfolio
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ELECTIVES (A minimum of 6 units is required from any of the following categories.)
GRAPHIC DESIGN
Adobe Photoshop II: Intermediate
Design Essentials A: Elements of Design
Design Essentials B: Advanced Applications of Design
ART-40526
ART-40540
ART-40541
3
3
3
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
ART-40631
ART-40507
ART-40211
3
3
3
U
U
U
Introduction to Video Production
Adobe After Effects I: Introduction to Motion Graphics
ProTools I: Introduction to Audio Production
ART-40583
ART-40587
ART-40592
4
3
3
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
ART-40638
4
O
O
O
O
ART-40580
CSE-40116
CSE-41157
BUSA-40700
3
3
3
3
U
n
n
O
n
n
L
U
n
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O
n
n
L
WCWP-40277
WCWP-40123
WCWP-40278
WCWP-40280
3
2
1
1
L
O
L
L
L
PHOTOGRAPHY
Photo II: Technique & Style
Documentary Photography
Narrative Photography
VIDEO AND AUDIO PRODUCTION
WEB AND MOBILE MEDIA
This program can be completed in 4-8 quarters
(taking 1-2 courses per quarter). Tuition is $395695 per course. All courses are offered online,
with a selection of courses held onsite each
quarter for local students.About online courses:
•Online courses in this certificate are led by
live instructors, but students may view lectures according to their own schedules. There
are no set lecture dates or times; however,
students will be required to meet weekly
assignment deadlines, participate in critiques,
and contribute to discussion topics.
•Online students should expect to spend four
to six hours per week per course.
•Online students must provide their own software.
•To preview our e-learning system, visit ucsdextension.blackboard.com.
•For system requirements, click here.
Advisors
Kelly Bennett, M.F.A.
Graphic Designer, Instructor
UC San Diego Extension
Michael Flaster, M.A.
National Public Radio (NPR), KPBS; Lead
Certificate Adviser
UC San Diego Extension
Daniel Hallin, Ph.D
Professor
Department of Communication, UC San Diego
Andrew Kleske, B.A.
Editor
U-T San Diego
Principles of User Experience (UX)
Adobe InDesign: Creating eBooks and
Digital Magazines for Mobile Devices
Web Publishing I
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Marketing
Marketing via Social Media
WRITING
Advanced Feature Writing for Print and Online
The Writer’s Art of Interviewing
The Business of Feature Writing
Arts and Entertainment Writing
O
L
L=La Jolla M=Mission Valley O=Online U=University City n=Location TBA
Sarah Meghan Lee, B.A.
Photojournalist
Scott Lewis, B.A.
CEO
Voice of San Diego
Tristan Loper, B.A.
Photographer, Graphic Designer; Program
Manager
UC San Diego Extension
To Register in the Certificate
Program
Certificate registration is required to complete
the program. Candidates are encouraged to
enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See
pages 236-240.
Linda S. McAleer, J.D.
Application Fee: $60
Contact: Arts, Humanities, Languages &
Digital Arts, (858) 534-6731
E-mail: [email protected]
Genadi Radiul, M.S.
To Enroll in Courses
Attorney/Proprietor
Law Offices of Linda S. McAleer
Motion Graphics Artist, Compositer;
Instructor
UC San Diego Extension
Peter Thomas, M.A., Ed.M.
Assoc. Director, Arts, Humanities, Languages,
Digital Arts
UC San Diego Extension
For details on enrolling in individual courses,
consult the general information section, pages
244-251. To enroll by mail, you may use the
enrollment form on the inside back cover or
call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.
Digital Arts
Guidelines
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Graphic and Web Design
The UC San Diego Extension Professional
Certificate in Graphic & Web Design is an
accelerated, full time program that provides
comprehensive training in graphic and web
design, as well as industry-standard software
technologies in a project-based learning environment.
Courses in this one-year program focus on
applying graphic and web design methodologies to a variety of mediums, from branding
and corporate identity to advertising campaign
development, digital illustration and photography, Adobe software training, web design,
HTML and CSS coding, to user interface
design and content management systems such
as WordPress.
In this program, students collaborate with
industry professionals and real world clients
to gain an advanced understanding of essential
Graphic & Web Design software and hardware. The program also focuses on professional
development, branding, and business aspects of
graphic and web design. As part of the program,
students complete a comprehensive portfolio.
For more information, please visit dac.ucsd.
edu, enroll in our online on-demand Digital
Arts Center Information Session, and consider
attending one of our regular in-person meetand-greets.
Digital Arts
Program Benefits
•Accredited full time program (5:30pm
- 9:30pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, and
Thursday each week)
•One-year accelerated study in graphic and
web design
•Comprehensive training in industry standard
software and hardware
•Project-based learning in a realistic production environment
•Small class sizes - limited seating fosters oneon-one learning
•Financial aid available, VA funding also
accepted: http://extension.ucsd.edu/student/
•Own and be trained on all of your own
industry preferred hardware and software
(Mac platform, Canon DSLR, Adobe
Creative Cloud, Photoshop, Illustrator,
InDesign, etc.
•Internship opportunities for qualified students (limited)
•UC San Diego Extension Professional
Certificate in Graphic & Web Design awarded upon successful completion
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INFO-70030
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ART-40455
ART-40456
ART-40360
4.5 4.5 4.5 U
U
U
ART-40362
ART-40429
ART-40359
4.5 4.5 4.5 U
U
U
ART-40363
ART-40333
ART-40334
4.5 4.5 4.5 U
U
U
ART-40335
ART-40336
ART-40347
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Visual Communications: Fundamentals of Design
Visual Communications: Digital Illustration
Visual Communications: Digital Imaging
WINTER QUARTER
Introduction to Digital Design
Digital Photography
Digital Publication
SPRING QUARTER
Intermediate Digital Design
Introduction to Web Design
Introduction to Web Programming
SUMMER QUARTER
Introduction to Content Management Systems
Intermediate Web Programming
Digital Arts Center Portfolio Development
U
U
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L=La Jolla M=Mission Valley O=Online U=University City n=Location TBA
Conditions for Admission
Peter Thomas, M.A., Ed.M.
•Attend an online information session or inperson workshop
•Complete an online application at dac.ucsd.
edu
•Interview for acceptance
Assoc. Director, Arts, Humanities, Languages,
Digital Arts
UC San Diego Extension
Please note: We advise that students complete
the above steps as soon as possible as the programs fill up quickly.
Jake Wilke, B.A.
Advisors
Rocco Torres, B.S
Art Director, Graphic Designer; Instructor
UC San Diego Extension
Graphic & Web Designer; Program Manager
UC San Diego Extension
Nick Adkins, B.A.
To Register in the Certificate
Program
Jordan Crandall
Certificate registration is required to complete
the program. Candidates are encouraged to
enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See
pages 236-240.
Graphic Designer, Web Developer; Instructor
UC San Diego Extension
Professor, Visual Arts
UC San Diego
Tristan Loper, B.A.
Digital Manager
Voice of San Diego
Bryan Monzon, B.S.
Web Developer, Instructor
UC San Diego Extension
Donna Sandsmark, M.S.
Web and App Developer; Lead Certificate
Adviser
UC San Diego Extension
Aaron Serafino, B.A.
Photographer, Instructor
UC San Diego Extension
Certificate Fee: $60
Contact: Arts, Humanities, Languages &
Digital Arts, (858) 534-6704
E-mail: [email protected]
To Enroll in Courses
For details on enrolling in individual courses,
consult the general information section, pages
244-251. To enroll by mail, you may use the
enrollment form on the inside back cover or
call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.
For information and to review the schedule of costs of attendance in a certificate program, visit extension.ucsd.edu/costofattendance.
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User Experience (UX) Design
Guidelines
This program can be completed in 4-8 quarters
(taking 1-2 courses per quarter). Tuition is
$595-795 per course. All required courses are
offered online, with a selection of courses held
onsite each quarter for local students. Note,
some electives may not be available online.
About online courses:
Conditions for Admission
Students who wish to apply to this program
should meet the following prerequisites:
•A basic knowledge of the field of HumanComputer Interaction (HCI), demonstrated,
for example, by completion of the free online
course offered by Professor Scott Klemmer,
UC San Diego: https://www.coursera.org/
course/hciucsd
•A basic knowledge of HTML and CSS, in
order to understand the working environment and limitations faced by programmers,
demonstrated, for example, by completion of
UCSD Extension courses Web Publishing I
and II, or similar courses from Codecademy
or Lynda.com.
Advisors
Corey Fayman, M.A.
Interactive Designer, Instructor
UC San Diego Extension
Jessica Hilt, B.A.
ITI Technical Outreach Coordinator
UC San Diego
James Hollan, Ph.D
Professor, Cognitive Science and Computer Science
UC San Diego
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User Experience Design Professional Certificate Information Session
INFO-70118
0
O
O
O
O
ART-40638
ART-40639
ART-40642
ART-40640
ART-40641
4
4
4
4
2
O
O
O
O
Web Media: Principles & Techniques of Web Design
Digital Media: Introduction to Adobe Creative Suite
Adobe Dreamweaver I: Introduction
Adobe Dreamweaver II: Intermediate
Adobe Photoshop I: Introduction
Adobe Photoshop II: Intermediate
Adobe Illustrator
Design Essentials A: Elements of Design
Design Essentials B: Advanced Applications of Design
Web Analytics: Techniques, Tools, and Tricks
Web Publishing I
Web Publishing II: HTML & CSS
jQuery
JavaScript I
PHP Programming
PHP Model-View-Controller (MVC)
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Marketing
Mobile Device Programming Concepts
ART-40523
ART-40525
ART-40325
ART-40532
ART-40311
ART-40526
ART-40527
ART-40540
ART-40541
CSE-41132
CSE-40116
CSE-40160
CSE-41158
CSE-40591
CSE-40682
CSE-41168
CSE-41157
CSE-41149
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
O
O, U O
O
O, U O
O, U O
O
n
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O
O
O
O
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O, U O
O, U O
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O, U O
O
O, U O
O, U O
O
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O
O
O
O
O
O, U
O
O, U
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REQUIRED COURSES (Minimum of 18 units required)
Principles of User Experience (UX)
User Experience (UX) Design I
User Experience (UX) Design II
Responsive Design and User Experience (UX)
User Experience (UX) Portfolio
ELECTIVES (Minimum of 6 units required)
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L=La Jolla M=Mission Valley O=Online U=University City n=Location TBA
Ben Katz, B.A.
CEO
JSX, Givalike
Tristan Loper, B.A.
Peter Thomas, M.A., Ed.M.
Assoc. Director, Arts, Humanities, Languages,
Digital Arts
UC San Diego Extension
Photographer, Graphic Designer; Program
Manager
UC San Diego Extension
Jen-Yi Wang, M.S.
Lindsay Matheson
Jeremy Wiles
Senior UX Designer
Digitaria
Jesse Mellon
Senior Designer
Teradata
Ian Miller
Director of Product Management
Eventbrite
Brian Murken, B.S.
CEO
Murken Media
Gk Parish-Philp, B.A.
Co-Founder
PlaySwell
Brett Pollak
Director, Campus Web Office
UC San Diego
Donna Sandsmark
Project Manager, Instructor
UC San Diego Extension
Kristian Secor, M.S.
Web Developer, Instructor
UC San Diego Extension
Director, Application Management Group
UC San Diego Extension
User Experience Architect, Campus Web
Office
UC San Diego
To Register in the Certificate
Program
Certificate registration is required to complete
the program. Candidates are encouraged to
enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See
pages 236-240.
Application Fee: $60
Contact: Arts, Humanities, Languages &
Digital Arts, (858) 534-6731
E-mail: [email protected]
To Enroll in Courses
For details on enrolling in individual courses,
consult the general information section, pages
244-251. To enroll by mail, you may use the
enrollment form on the inside back cover or
call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.
Digital Arts
Following the advent of mobile devices,
advanced web technologies, and user-centered
design, demand for qualified User Experience
(UX) designers has skyrocketed. Good UX can
create loyal customers or guide them toward a
sale; bad UX can break your app or stop users
in their tracks—and it’s important to be on the
right side of that decisive click. However, User
Experience Design (UX) isn’t just the process of
maximizing functionality or making your product look attractive; UX is a science with a significant focus on research, data collection, and
psychology of human-computer interaction.
Because of this, UX designers must possess a
wide range of skills. UC San Diego Extension’s
Certificate in User Experience Design provides students with a practical knowledge of
UX principles, software, and techniques for
analysis. Upon successful completion of the
User Experience Design certificate, students
will have completed a portfolio and a gained
a solid foundation in UX that can be applied
immediately to their current or future professions. For detailed information, please enroll in
the online on-demand User Experience (UX)
Design Information Session.
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Video and Editing
With the advent of affordable, high quality
production and editing technology, careers in
video are more attainable than ever.
However, these industry changes have also
required media professionals to possess a greater
range of skills—including the ability to capture
compelling video, create trailers, titles, graphics,
sound, and more for a variety of outputs—all
from a personal laptop or desktop computer.
The UC San Diego Extension Certificate in
Video & Editing is an accelerated, full time
program that provides comprehensive training
in video production and editing, DSLR video
capture, digital audio, motion graphics, and
associated software technologies in a projectbased learning environment.
This program focuses on storytelling, videography, motion graphics, and audio, as well as
software programs commonly used to create
productions, such as Apple’s Final Cut Pro
and Logic, and as Adobe Premiere and After
Effects. Throughout the program, students will
complete a series of projects including short fiction and documentary films, commercials, and
more. Students will also complete projects for
real world clients to create a working demo reel.
Digital Arts
For more information, please visit dac.ucsd.
edu, enroll in our online on-demand Digital
Arts Center Information Session, and consider
attending one of our regular in-person meetand-greets.
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ART-40485
ART-40466
ART-40408
4.5 4.5 4.5 U
U
U
ART-40487
ART-40467
ART-40486
4.5 4.5 4.5 U
U
U
ART-40404
ART-40448
ART-40409
4.5 4.5 4.5 U
U
U
ART-40374
ART-40563
ART-40347
4.5 4.5 4.5 FALL QUARTER
Digital Video Production I
Digital Video Editing I
Motion Graphics I
WINTER QUARTER
Digital Video Production II
Digital Video Editing II
Digital Audio Production I
SPRING QUARTER
Digital Video Production III
Digital Video Editing III
Motion Graphics II
SUMMER QUARTER
Digital Video Production IV
Digital Audio Production II
Digital Arts Center Portfolio Development
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Conditions for Admission
Elizabeth Meyer
•Attend an online information session or inperson workshop;
•Complete an online application at dac.ucsd.edu
•Interview for acceptance
Director, Online Learning
UC San Diego Extension
Cherry Park
Please note: We advise that students complete
the above steps as soon as possible as the programs fill up quickly.
Peter Thomas, M.A., Ed.M.
Director, Marketing
QUALCOMM Incorporated
Assoc. Director, Arts, Humanities, Languages,
Digital Arts
UC San Diego Extension
Program Benefits
Advisors
•Accredited full time program (5:30pm
- 9:30pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, and
Thursday each week)
•One-year accelerated study in Video
Production, Editing, Digital Audio
Production, and Motion Graphics
•Comprehensive training in industry standard
software and hardware
•Project-based learning in a realistic production environment
•Small class sizes - limited seating fosters oneon-one learning
•Financial aid available, VA funding also
accepted: http://extension.ucsd.edu/student/
index.cfm?vAction=financial” UC San Diego
Extension Financial Assistance
•Own and be trained on all of your own
industry preferred hardware and software
(Mac platform, Canon DSLR, Apple Final
Cut Pro and Logic, Adobe Premiere and
After Effects)
•Internship opportunities for qualified students (limited)
•UC San Diego Extension Professional
Certificate in Video & Editing awarded
upon successful completion
Fred Ashman
Jake Wilke, B.A.
President
Multi Image
Graphic & Web Designer; Program Manager
UC San Diego Extension
Lynn Burnstan
To Register in the Certificate
Program
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UC San Diego TV
Jodi Cilley, M.B.A.
Founder, Film Counsortium San Diego; Lead
Instructor
UC San Diego Extension
Michael Flaster
National Public Radio (NPR), KPBS
Joe Godfrey, Ed.M.
Academic Director, Art Institute; Lead
Certificate Adviser
UC San Diego Extension
Otto Lai, B.F.A., M.S.
Founder, FX Dojo; Instructor
UC San Diego Extension
Tristan Loper, B.A.
Digital Manager
Voice of San Diego
Certificate registration is required to complete
the program. Candidates are encouraged to
enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See
pages 236-240.
Certificate Fee: $60
Contact: Arts, Humanities, Languages &
Digital Arts, (858) 534-6704
E-mail: [email protected]
To Enroll in Courses
For details on enrolling in individual courses,
consult the general information section, pages
244-251. To enroll by mail, you may use the
enrollment form on the inside back cover or
call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.
Lev Manovich, Ph.D
Director, Software Studies Initiative, Calit2
Professor, Visual Arts Department, UC San
Diego
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