Intro - Fundamental Elements - The Prerequisite (Memory Stick)

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  1. This course is an introduction to metalogic. Topics covered include basic elements of set theory, and the model-theoretic treatment of sentential and first-order logic (completeness, compactness, and Lowenheim-Skolem theorems). Location Morey Room (MW AM - AM).
  2. Arranging the Elements in ways that lead viewers through their compositions is an essential craft for photographers no matter whether their subject matter is pure documentary or vividly exotic personal expression. In Modules 3 & 4 we survey the essential elements of post-photography image management, using Adobe(tm) LIGHTROOM(tm).
  3. This course covers the fundamental nature, structure, and processes of our legal system. The course emphasis is on contract law. Concepts such as offers, acceptance, consideration, capacity, third party contracts, and breaches and remedies are emphasized. Preparing briefs and analysis are required.
  4. ART Introduction to Design This course is an introduction to design focusing on fundamental principles of two-dimensional design and the process of creating assorted design-related projects. It focuses on projects that incorporate design elements that may include line, shape, space, motion, value, color, pattern and texture.
  5. ART Elements of Design Introduction to basic design problems in various two- and three-dimensional techniques and media. A prerequisite for most other courses in studio art. (Under the Forester Fundamental Curriculum, this course meets the Creative & Performing Arts requirement. Under the old GEC, this course meets the Humanities requirement.).
  6. Prerequisites: CUNY certification in reading, writing and mathematics. 2 cl hrs, 2 lab hrs, 3 crs BACK TO COURSES MS Introduction to Microcomputers. This course is designed to provide the students with a basic knowledge of computers. The course provides an overview of microcomputers operating systems such as the Windows XP environment.
  7. This course introduces basic computing science concepts. Topics will include: elementary data types, control structures, functions, arrays and strings, fundamental algorithms, computer organization and memory management. Prerequisite. Computing Science students cannot take CMPT in the first semester of their study.
  8. Presents a fundamental approach to the basic elements of music with an emphasis on its relationship to dance. Studies simple and complex rhythmic patterns, rhythmic analysis of select world music styles (African, Eastern European, and American Funk rhythms), vocalizing, instrumentation, score reading, musical structure, and compositional principles.

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