Digital Graphics Technology - Associate of Applied Science

(65 credits)

Core Requirements
ENGL 111GRhetoric and Composition 24
Select one from the following:3
Business and Professional Communication 23
Writing in the Humanities and Social Sciences 23
Technical and Scientific Communication 23
Business and Technical Communications 33
COMM 253GPublic Speaking 23
or COMM 265G Principles of Human Communication
Select one from the following:3
Mathematics Appreciation 23
Intermediate Algebra 2,33
Business Mathematics 33
Select one from the following:3
Introduction to Psychology 23
Introductory Sociology 23
Human Relations 33
Select one from the following:3
Roots of Modern Europe 23
Modern Europe 23
Introduction to Early American History 23
Introduction to Recent American History 23
The Art of Wondering 23
Introduction to Philosophy 23
Related Requirements
Select one from the following:3
Visual Concepts 23
Drawing I 23
2-D Fundamentals 23
Approved elective
CMT 221Internship3
or CMT 223 Media Production Services
Technical Requirements
CMT 130Introduction to Web Design3
CMT 140Print Media I3
CMT 142Computer Illustration3
CMT 145Image Processing I3
Select one from the following:3
2D Animation3
Modeling and Animation3
Digital Video Editing I3
CMT 180Design Principles3
CMT 230Web Design II3
CMT 240Print Media II3
CMT 245Image Processing II3
CMT 254History of Media Design3
CMT 295Professional Portfolio Design and Development3
Select 7 credits from the following:7
3-D Fundamentals 23
Digital Photography and Imaging I3
2D Animation3
Modeling and Animation3
Digital Video Production I3
Digital Video Editing I3
Digital Video Production II3
Digital Video Editing II3
Web Design for Small Businesses3
Advanced Computer Illustration3
Advanced Graphics for Digital Media3
Advanced Web Techniques3
Print Media III3
Advanced 3d Animation Workshop A3
Approved media-related elective(s)
Total Credits65

Courses are identical to those offered at New Mexico State University Las Cruces (main) Campus.


Not transferable as part of the New Mexico Higher Education Department general education common core.