Computer Science Program
Course Description

CS 280C
ST: Computer Graphics
Fall

Computer graphics is a uniquely interdisciplinary field in Computer Science, lying at the intersection of art, mathematics, software and hardware. Students will be introduced to a wide breadth of graphics-related topics including 3D rendering with OpenGL, vector art, digital typography, computer vision, procedural geometry and GPU computation. They will get hands-on experience implementing graphical algorithms in Java and, for the class’s final project, use these algorithms to produce a multimedia art presentation.
2017-18 One time only.

Course Credit:
4-4

Instructor(s):
Staff

Prerequisite:
CS 064

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P: 510.430.3309
E: grad-admission@mills.edu

If you have a specific question for a faculty member, please contact ics@mills.edu or call 510.430.2226.


Last Updated: 8/25/17