About Art Computer Graphics program
The Art Computer Graphics (ACG) program at Fullerton College began as a specialized area of the Art Dept. in 1986. It has gradually expanded to provide broad-based instruction in all applications of computers in the visual arts.
Our students may work towards a transfer to a 4-year institution; earn a certificate in one of three areas of specialization (animation/multimedia, computer graphics, desktop publishing); or take individual classes to upgrade their job skills.
Classes are held in comprehensive facilities, providing a computer for each student, and full access during extended hours of operation.
To learn more about the program, please see our contact and admission information, as well as the current schedule of classes. more
Important Information for Transfer Students
Fullerton College has agreements in place with some universities, recognizing Art Computer Graphics classes as equivalent to 4-years-degree required courses:
| Cal Poly Pomona, Graphic Design B.A.: ART155A Intro to Computer as Medium
Cal State San Bernardino, Art B.A.: ART123 Introduction to Art and Technology
Intro / Web Graphics
|Cal State Chico, Applied Computer Graphics B.S.: APCG110 Computer-Assisted Art I|
|Cal State San Bernardino, Art B.A.: ART232 Principles of Design Management|
Desktop Publishing I
|Cal State San Bernardino, Art B.A.: ART238 Production of Visual Information Design|
Additional Art Computer Graphics credits may transfer to these and other universities as electives. See a counselor for details. For more information on California university transfers.
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Fullerton College's Art Computer Graphics program is an Orange County Digital Media Center (OCDMC) Grant Partner.