Electronic design minor
The electronic design minor allows students to expand the intellectual and technical skills needed to design, analyze and synthesize effective 2-D and 3-D form typology, utilizing rapid prototyping techniques, and effective collaboration and communication skills. Coursework includes 2-D and 3-D design, visualization and communication, animation and virtual representation, and multimedia and interactive design as they relate to the building arts professions.
- ELDS 225 Electronic Design I: Digital Communication for the Building Arts
- ELDS 325 Electronic Design II: Digital Modeling, Rendering and Spatial Simulation
- ELDS 330 Visualization in Digital Design
- ELDS 425 Digital Design Practice and Project Management*
- ELDS 475 Spatial Simulation and Visualization in the Building Arts*
- — Directed elective†
Total course of study: 25 hours
* Choose one of these two courses.
† Choose one of the following: CMPA 100 Survey of Computer Art Applications, CMPA 110 Advanced Survey of Computer Art Applications, or ELDS 205 Computer-aided Product Design.