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    Offered: 2nd Year
    Instructors: Corinne Sandone, Associate Professor, Lead Instructor
    Gary P. Lees, Associate Professor
    Guest faculty
    Credits: 3 Credits


    Professional portfolio and exhibition presentation, includes effective self-promotion and negotiation in a professional environment.


    COURSE objectives

  • Prepare art for presentation in an exhibition.
  • Prepare art for self-promotional material: CD and Web.
  • Prepare art for use at a personal job interview.
  • Know the principles of positive interviewing techniques.
  • Develop effective negotiation skills in a professional setting.
  • Utilize strong marketing skills.
  • At completion students will:
      - have an updated resume
      - digital portfolio
      - print portfolio for interview
      - understanding of employment marketplace for medical illustrators
      - be able to negotiate fair price and usage for art, anaimation and web development


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    COURSE evaluation

  • 1:1 faculty - student interface
  • Critical review
  • Assignment graded
  • Oral presentation graded
  • Final grade


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