What are some classes offered at the Arts Institute?


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Some courses offered by The Art Institutes as of 2015 include Introduction to Web Design, History and Analysis of Design, Introduction to the Visual Arts, Advanced Computer Graphics, Latin American Art History, US History Since 1945, College Math II and Introduction to American Politics. The Art Institutes are comprised of several schools across the United States in places such as New York City, Pittsburgh, Salt Lake City and Fort Lauderdale. Students should check with their specific school of interest to confirm course availability.

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The Art Institutes offer several programs leading to a bachelor of science degree, associate of science degree, certificate and diploma. Programs are comprised of required courses, elective courses and general education courses.

One course available through the graphic design program at Art Institutes of Pittsburgh's online division is Introduction to Web Design. This three-credit course introduces students to basic Web page design using HTML. Another course is History and Analysis of Design, which teaches students different art movements and their social, political and economic influences. One general elective course is Latin American Art History, which is four credits. This class teaches students about art in various Latin American cultures from antiquity through the 20th century.

Some other available courses as of 2015 are Digital Photography II, Introduction to Biology, World Literature and American Architecture.

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