Course Information: Introduction to Computer Graphics
Computer Science Department
Course Competency Plan
COURSE: CpSc 456 Introduction to Computer Graphics
Course Description: This course introduces the basics of interactive computer graphics including software and hardware requirements for computer graphics systems, graphics data structures, algorithms and programming languages, raster and random display devices, and graphics applications. Students will work with dedicated graphics computers in completing laboratory exercises and course projects. Prerequisite: CpSc 374 or permission of the instructor. (3 credits)
Course Outcomes: This course and its outcomes support the Computer Science Learning Outcomes of Problem Solving and Critical Thinking (PS&CT) and Communication and Interpersonal Skills (C&IS). These Computer Science Learning Outcomes are tied directly to the University Wide Outcomes of Critical Thinking and Problem Solving and Communication.
|Course Objectives||Departmental Learning Outcomes|
|The student will be able to:
Problem Solving and Critical Thinking|
Solve abstract and complex problems using software design methodology. Make informed choices among alternative solutions.
Communication and Interpersonal Skills
Use written, oral and electronic methods for effective communication.