Advisories: MAT 150
Acceptable for Credit: CSU
Lecture 2 hours, Laboratory 3 hours
This course expands upon concepts covered in MAT 150. You will learn techniques and practices for programming animation, interactivity, and games. Designers need to be familiar with programming and development to remain competitive in a marketplace where websites and mobile apps are increasing rich and interactive (requiring some knowledge of code, even if you are the front-end designer). This is one of the only classes at MiraCosta that approaches programming from a design and visual arts perspective and is adapted to the needs of the designer/developer. No previous programming experience or scripting background is required. However, it is recommended that students take MAT 150 prior to this course.
Formerly Flash 2: ActionScript and IMT 190.