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Entertainment Production Business
21-Month Associate in Specialized Business Degree
DuBois Business College was one of the first colleges to develop a comprehensive program integrating graphic design and computer animation. This program provides a combination of skills that can lead to professions in industries as diverse as web design, computer gaming, advertising, and moviemaking. Graduates in this major may pursue careers in entertainment production facilities or businesses that create movies and design amusement parks, zoos, science centers, or computer games. In the Entertainment Production Business program, students learn how to create 2-D and 3-D computer graphics and computer-generated animations. They learn the complex tool sets of advanced graphic software; and using this software, they produce various visual effects, animation sequences, interactive videos, ads, package designs, exhibits, and advertising scenes.
The following courses are included in this program:
|COURSE #||COURSE TITLE*||CREDITS|
|CM2630||Internet, Security and Web Building||3|
|EC1005||Introduction to Modeling**||3|
|EC2001||Computer 3D Animation I||3|
|EC2002||Computer 3D Animation II||3|
|EC2003||Computer Game Animation I||3|
|EC2005||Computer Game Animation II||3|
|EC2006||Computer Assisted Movie Making I||3|
|EP1100||3D Production Methods**||3|
|EP1201||Survey of Entertainment Production**||3|
|EP1400||2D Visual Literacy||3|
|EP1500||Special Effects Production I||3|
|EP1800||3D Visual Literacy||3|
|GR7001||Type and Layout**||3|
|GR7003||Graohic Design Principles||3|
|GR7004||Digital Graphics I||3|
|GR7005||Digital Graphics II||3|
|GR7008||Movie Special Effects||3|
|GR7009||Computer Assisted Movie Making II||3|
|IL9140||Inventionland® Institute: Development**||3|
|IL9150||Inventionland® Institute: Marketing**||3|
|MG6001||Principles of Management||3|
|TY2121||Software Applications – Windows||3|
|All classes are 60 clock hours. This 21-month Associate in Specialized Business Degree Program of Study offers 106 credits, 2100 clock hours of instruction, and is 84 weeks in length.
*All of our courses are taught in English.
All of our course materials are written and taught in English.
**Classes with an asterisk indicate that there is an online options for the class. Students will need to talk with their School Director or Acting Director to inform them of their decision to want to be considered for the online training option, and must receive approval before the class can be scheduled as online.
This major uses the following Adobe® Creative Suite programs: