Dual Enrollment Course Offerings

SPRING 2022 COURSES

Next to each course, you will also find the Course Delivery Method. Delivery Methods are defined below:

  • Online – Fully remote. Depending on the class instructor, online classes may be
    • Synchronous Online (in which they meet on specific days/times)
    • Asynchronous Online (where coursework is pursued with the instructor without meeting on a specific day/time).
  • HyFlex – Delivery is flexible, taking place at specific days and times, including socially distant face‐to‐face and remote instruction as arranged between the instructor and the class. 
  • Face-toFace – Classes meet on campus with socially distant face‐to‐face

 


KCAH 111 Western Art I – Prehistoric ‐ 14th Century 

This course will be an overview of the Western Art tradition from prehistory through the 14th century using a socio‐cultural methodology in a chronological framework. (Students who have earned FSU credit for ARTH 110, Prehistoric through Middle Ages, may not use credit earned in KCAH 111 to meet graduation requirements.)

Prerequisites: None

  • (KCAH‐111‐801, CRN 12205) Wednesday, 8:30am‐11:20am (Synchronous Online)

 


KCHU 120 Writing 

This course focuses on using writing to develop ideas, hone critical thinking skills, and express ideas clearly and appropriately according to audience and purpose. Students write in a variety of modes and spend a portion of the semester engaging in scholarly research. Students also develop their public speaking skills.

Prerequisites: None

  • KCHU‐120‐801, CRN 12333 Tuesday/Thursday, 8:30am-9:50am (HyFlex)

 


KCSC 231 Math in Art and Design 

A study of the relationships between mathematics and the arts. Includes algebra, geometry, trigonometry, statistics, rhythmic progressions, proportion, and composition.

Prerequisites: None

  • KCSC‐231‐801, CRN 12350 Monday, 12:30pm‐3:20pm (Synchronous Online)

 


KCSC 303: Special Topic: Astronomy

Examines the distinctive qualities of the planets, their moons, the stars, and galaxies; enables students to use empirical evidence to examine whether many widely accepted ideas do reflect the reality of our universe.

  • KCSC‐303‐801, CRN 12352 Monday, 3:30pm‐6:20pm, (Face‐to‐Face)

 


KCFN 113 Color: Apply

This course will introduce both analog and digital color theory and application. Course work will concentrate on the interactions of color and its resulting perceptual effect on form and value. The application of color combinations in relation to a variety of different color schemes and applied color will be used throughout the semester.

  • KCFN‐113‐841, CRN 12281 Monday/Wednesday, 12:30pm-3:20pm, (Face‐to‐Face)
  • KCFN‐113‐842, CRN 12287 Tuesday/Thursday, 8:30am-11:20am, (Synchronous Online)
  • KCFN‐113‐843, CRN 12292 Tuesday/Thursday, 12:30pm-3:20pm, (Face‐to‐Face)

 


KCFN 115 Design: Text

This course introduces students to images, text, color, layout and hierarchy of information concepts to develop visual communication techniques. Fundamentals of typeface, letterforms, and spacing are introduced and practiced. Design work is documented through journaling and photography with an introduction to manually adjustable digital (DSLR) camera use and lighting.

  • KCFN‐115‐841, CRN 12278 Monday/Wednesday, 8:30am-11:20am, (Face‐to‐Face)
  • KCFN‐115‐842, CRN 12282 Monday/Wednesday, 12:30pm‐3:20pm, (Face‐to‐Face)

 


KCFN 116 Design: Image

This course introduces the concept of design, problem statements, problem solving and multiple iterations of design solutions using a variety of hand and digital tools. Design work is documented through journaling and photography with an introduction to manually adjustable digital (DSLR) camera use and lighting.

  • KCFN‐116‐841, CRN 12290 Tuesday/Thursday, 8:30am-11:20am, (Face‐to‐Face)
  • KCFN‐116‐842, CRN 12291 Tuesday/Thursday, 12:30pm-3:20pm, (Face‐to‐Face)

 


KCFN 117 Making: Objects

In this course students will explore elements, principles, and aesthetic concepts integral to three‐ dimensional design and object making. Relationships between concept, process, materials, tools, and technical skills will be addressed in this studio‐based inquiry.

  • KCFN‐117‐841, CRN 12280 Monday/Wednesday, 8:30am‐11:20am, (Face‐to‐Face)
  • KCFN‐117‐842, CRN 12295 Tuesday/Thursday, 3:30pm‐6:20pm, (Face‐to‐Face)

 


KCFN 118 Making: Product

This course is an introduction to materials, tools, and techniques used to fabricate physical representations of product concepts often seen in the industrial, furniture, product, and life‐ style design professions. Students will create models to scale and practice fabrication and finishing techniques.

  • KCFN‐118‐841, CRN 12286 Monday/Wednesday, 3:30pm‐6:20pm (Face‐to‐Face)
  • KCFN-118-842, CRN 12288 Tuesday/Thursday, 8:30am-11:20am, (Face‐to‐Face)
  • KCFN-118-843, CRN 12294 Tuesday/Thursday, 3:30pm-6:20pm, (Face‐to‐Face)

 


KCFN 133 Drawing: Learn

This course is an introduction to sketching, drawing as observation, and conceptualization through eye‐ hand coordination. Methods include freehand drawing using fundamental perspective principles and quick‐sketch techniques. An emphasis will be placed on linear construction with concern for accurate proportion in addition to accurate use of value, light, and shadow. This course will employ the use of live models (clothed and/or nude) to study scale, proportion, and composition.

  • KCFN‐133‐841, CRN 12285 Monday/Wednesday, 3:30pm‐6:20pm, (Face‐to‐Face)
  • KCFN‐133‐842, CRN 12289 Tuesday/Thursday, 8:30am-11:20am, (Face‐to‐Face)

 


KCFN 134 Drawing: Practice

*Note, this course has the prerequisite of KCFN 133 Drawing: Learn

This course focuses on the further refinement of the concepts, processes, and techniques introduced in Drawing: Learn. An emphasis will be placed on spatial studies of objects and the figure (clothed and/or nude). The course includes the exploration of freehand perspective, color investigation, sequential study and idea development.

  • KCFN‐134‐841, CRN 12279 Monday/Wednesday, 8:30am‐11:20am, (Face‐to‐Face)
  • KCFN‐134‐842, CRN 12283 Monday/Wednesday, 12:30pm‐3:20pm, (Face‐to‐Face)
  • KCFN‐134‐843, CRN 12284 Monday/Wednesday, 3:30pm‐6:20pm, (Face‐to‐Face)
  • KCFN‐134‐844, CRN 12293 Tuesday/Thursday, 12:30pm‐3:20pm, (Face‐to‐Face)

 


KCPH 110: Intro to Photography for Non‐Majors

An introduction to the fundamentals of photography using manually adjustable digital cameras (DSLR). This course includes digital camera use and basic image manipulation controls using PhotoShop.

Introductory lighting and reproduction skills are taught. The aesthetics of photography will be discussed in terms of its history, and artistic and technical advancements. Students must own or have use of a digital camera (prosumer grade or above; camera phones are not acceptable.) Students considering a major or minor in photography should take KCPH 120.

  • KCPH 110‐841, CRN 12296 Tuesday/Thursday, 8:30am‐11:20am, (Face‐to‐Face)
  • KCPH 110‐842, CRN 12297 Monday/Wednesday, 12:30pm‐3:20pm, (Face‐to‐Face)

 


KCDM 231 Sound Design

In the course, students will learn to create audio for multimedia design and entertainment arts.

  • KCDM‐231‐841, CRN 12402 Monday/Wednesday, 3:30pm‐6:20pm, (Face‐to‐Face)
  • KCDM‐231‐843, CRN 12450 Monday/Wednesday, 3:30pm‐6:20pm, (Synchronous Online)

 


KCDM 232 Introduction to Digital 3D

In this course, students will learn to create three‐dimensional objects and environments for a variety of media and entertainment applications.

  • KCDM‐232‐841, CRN 12400 Tuesday/Thursday, 3:30pm‐6:20pm, (Synchronous Online)

 


KCDM 241 Digital Imaging I

Students will be introduced to digital drawing, coloring, compositing and image manipulation techniques for both print and digital delivery systems.

Prerequisites: None

  • KCDM 241‐841, CRN 12413 Monday/Wednesday, 8:30am‐11:20am, (Face‐to‐Face)

Admissions Office