The E-Commerce courses uses current markup, styling, server-side, database, and client-side languages to create a dynamic, visually stunning, and functional E-Commerce website. Implementation via API of commonly-used E-Commerce merchant sites will be included to simulate real-world environment projects.
The Advanced Server-Side Language Techniques course adds to the Server-Side Language introduction course by teaching students how to use advanced techniques to improve their coding, minimize code-clutter, and safe-guard against future code changes.
The Management System Fundamentals course introduces the student to current systems of managing data. Students will develop management systems used in conjunction with a server-side scripting language to allow students to develop dynamically driven web applications, as they are an integral part of deploying web content for mid-to large-sized corporations.
The Server-side Languages course covers server-side scripting language used to help interact with web content. This class will teach students how to take their knowledge of static-based web content and implement a server-side scripting language to develop a more robust website. Server-side languages complements current markup languages to further the level of interaction between client and server.
Students will create a demo reel demonstrating the individual student’s skills at animation. Focus in this course will be on presentation of student work and other knowledge the student will need in order to get a job within the animation industry.
3.5 Quarter Credits
Prerequisites: VCA 405, VCA 406
This course is part of the following programs:
Bachelor of Arts in Visual Communication (3D Animation/Video)
Each student will construct an animated short. Production pipeline will be emphasized along with creating strong story and animation. Once the animated short is complete the class will focus on post production techniques to finalized the animated short along with discussion on how to distribute and/or gain exposure for the students animated short.