Maricopa Community Colleges  INT150   19926-19995 
Official Course Description:   MCCCD Approval:  04/28/92  
INT150      19926-19995 L+L 3 Credit(s) 6 Period(s)
Color and Design
Color lab and lecture regarding theories and application of color. Historical development of colors and designs. Development of design skills with possible application to manufacturing. Light and its effects on coloring. Prerequisites: None.
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MCCCD Official Course Competencies:
INT150   19926-19995 Color and Design
1. Describe color in terms of the physiology of the human eye. (I)
2. Identify major color systems. (II)
3. Differentiate between hue, value, and chroma. (III-VII)
4. Select specific hues to illustrate color principles in various design themes. (IV-X)
5. Create two dimensional designs emphasizing color. (IV-X)
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MCCCD Official Course Outline:
INT150   19926-19995 Color and Design
    I. The human visual system and physiology of the eye
      II. The Munsell System of Color Notation
        III. The three attributes of color
          IV. Hues
              A. Primary
              B. Opposite
              C. Warm and cool
            V. Afterimage
              VI. Values of hues
                VII. Chromas of hues
                  VIII. Color combinations
                    IX. Color schemes
                      X. Color psychology
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