Evaluation Worksheet for Major Applied Graphics
SID: ________________________________ Associate in Arts - 1025
  Effective: Spring 2007
  Computer Studies
Name: ________________________________ (707) 527-4909

REQUIREMENTS: Complete 43.5 units

Graphic Design Major Requirements - complete 40.5 units
CourseDescriptionUnitsCompletedIn ProgressComments
APGR 50 Introduction to Typography3.0   
APGR 51A Introduction to Graphic Design & Production Fundamentals3.0   
APGR 51B Beginning Graphic Design & Production Fundamentals3.0   
APGR 51C Intermediate Graphic Design & Production Fundamentals3.0   
APGR 51D Advanced Graphic Design & Production Fundamentals3.0   
APGR 52A Introduction to Computer Based Design3.0   
APGR 52B Computer Based Design 23.0   
APGR 52C Digital Prepress: Computer Based Design 33.0   
APGR 52D Computer Based Design 43.0   
APGR 54.1 Production Techniques in Illustrator3.0   
APGR 57 Tools, Methods and Materials3.0   
APGR 65 The Business of Graphic Design1.5   
APGR 69 Online Resources for Graphic Designers1.0-1.5   
APGR 70 Creating the Professional Portfolio1.5   
Applied Graphics Major Elective Requirements - complete 3.0 units
CourseDescriptionUnitsCompletedIn ProgressComments
Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:
APGR 54 Commercial Illustration3.0   
APGR 54.2 Digital Design Production and Process3.0   
APGR 61 Digital Design Production and Process1.5   
APGR 62 Long Publication Production1.5   
APGR 64 Contemporary Hand-Lettering, Type and Calligraphy1.0   
APGR 67 Commercial Illustration: Basics1.5   
APGR 68 Commercial Illustration: Digital Imagery1.5   
APGR 71 Creativity Techniques for Designers0.5   
APGR 72 Principles of Screen Design1.5   
APGR 73 Animation Design for the Web1.5   
APGR 74 Applied Design Graphics for the Non-Designer1.0   
APGR 75 Interactive Multimedia Design1.5   
APTECH 53 Computer Modeling & Animation with 3D Studio Max3.0   
APTECH 56 Introduction to Computer-Aided Drafting2.0   
ART 12 Figure Drawing3.0   
ART 18.1 Introduction to Computer Graphics in Art1.0-3.0   
ART 18.2 Computer Graphics 21.0-3.0   
ART 2.1 Ancient to Renaissance Art History and Appreciation3.0   
ART 2.2 Renaissance to Modern Art History and Appreciation3.0   
ART 2.3 Modern Art History & Appreciation3.0   
ART 24 Introduction to the Art of Prints1.5-3.0   
ART 27B Silkscreen Printmaking1.5-3.0   
ART 3 Introduction to Art & Design3.0   
ART 36 Elementary Photography3.0   
ART 37 Intermediate Photography3.0   
ART 4 Principles of Color3.0   
ART 51.1 Graphic Design: Principles of Visual Communication1.0-3.0   
ART 51.2 Graphic Design: Digital Imaging1.0-3.0   
ART 51.3 Graphic Design: Type & Letterforms1.0-3.0   
ART 51.4 Graphic Design: Digital Layout1.0-3.0   
ART 52 Graphic Design/Poster Production1.0-3.0   
ART 57 Advanced Photography3.0   
ART 7A Drawing & Composition 13.0   
ART 7B Drawing & Composition 23.0   
ART 82 Digital Photography1.0-3.0   
ART 84 Introduction to Computer Illustration1.0-3.0   
CIS 173.50 Adobe InDesign Exploration0.5   
CIS 58.51A Creating Web Pages 1 - HTML1.5   
CIS 58.51B Creating Web Pages 2 - HTML1.5   
CIS 58.53A Web Graphics Projects1.5   
CIS 58.53B Advanced Web Graphics Projects1.5   
CIS 58.54 Web Content Development4.0   
CIS 58.55 The Business of Website Production4.0   
CIS 58.57 Creating an Electronic Portfolio for the World Wide Web1.5   
CIS 58.62A Dreamweaver, Beginning1.5   
CIS 58.62B Dreamweaver, Intermediate1.5   
CIS 58.65A Adobe GoLive, Introductory1.5   
CIS 65.51 Adobe PageMaker3.0   
CIS 65.53 Adobe PageMaker - Advanced Projects4.0   
CIS 73.31A Introduction to Adobe Photoshop1.5   
CIS 73.31B Intermediate Adobe Photoshop1.5   
CIS 73.23 Photoshop Advanced Concepts4.0   
CIS 73.33 Painter1.5   
CIS 73.35A Adobe Illustrator 11.5   
CIS 73.35B Adobe Illustrator 21.5   
CIS 73.37 QuarkXpress3.0   
CIS 74.11 Microsoft Office3.0   
CIS 75.21A Introduction to Macromedia Director1.5   
CIS 75.21B Using Lingo Scripting for Authoring in Director1.5   
CIS 75.31A Intro to Web-Based Animation with Flash3.0   
CIS 75.31B Intermediate Concepts and Action Scripting with Flash3.0   
CIS 83.17A Creating Web Graphics with PhotoShop and ImageReady 11.5   
CIS 83.17B Creating Web Graphics with Photoshop and ImageReady 21.5   
WEOC 99I Occupational Work Experience Internship0.5-8.0   

It is important that students who are completing an Associate Degree and desire to transfer to a four-year institution meet with a counselor to plan their lower division coursework. While many majors at SRJC are intended to align with lower division major preparation required by California public universities, specific lower-division major requirements vary among individual campuses. See a counselor, visit the Transfer Center, and check Guides For Transfer in Specific Majors, and ASSIST to review transfer preparation guides for specific schools and majors.


The Applied Graphics major consists of core courses and additional electives in an area of emphasis: Graphic Design, Illustration, Multimedia, Web Design, or Applications Specialist. (Please consult the program coordinator to select appropriate elective courses.

    Evaluation worksheet completed upon receipt of Transfer Credit Evaluation form. Includes credit from other institutions only received to date.

    Evaluation worksheet completed for ________________________________. Includes all SRJC and transfer credit received to date.

Units completed:    __________
Units in progress:    __________
Total:    __________
    Requirements Completed
    Pending (work in progress)
    Requirements Not Completed



Date: ________________________   By: ____________________________________________