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Free Summer Classes

Our gift to qualifying students

PCA&D is offering one (1) FREE Summer 2021 class to newly accepted/deposited students. Our classes run from June 1 through August 1 and courses will extend across an entire eight-week term. 

Register today and learn with us this summer!

PCA&D is offering one (1) FREE Summer 2021 class to McCaskey EITC Funded dual-enrollment and newly accepted/deposited students. Our classes run from June 1 through August 1 and courses will extend across an entire eight-week term. 

Register today and learn with us this summer!

3D Design I

June 1 – August 1, Mon & Wed, 10am – 1pm

This course will deal with the fundamental elements of design and the design process as they apply to the ordering of space. 3-D Design will also teach students ways in which the physical character of materials can formally and conceptually direct the design process.

Instructor: Justin Phillips

3 Credits | Online

$0

Introduction to Business I

June 1 – August 1, Mon & Thu, 5pm – 8pm

This course is the first in a two-part series that introduces students to the dynamic business environment. Topics covered include risk, globalization, economics, ethics and socially responsible behavior, forming a business, management, and leadership, and human resources. Students will begin to create a professional portfolio in this course that will be expanded on throughout the program.

Instructor: Holly Mosher

3 Credits | Online

$0

Introduction to Business II

June 1 – August 1, Tue & Fri, 9am – 12pm

This course is the second in a two-part series that introduces students to the dynamic business environment. Topics covered include marketing and promotions, basic accounting and financial terms and functions, the legal environment, and technology in business.

Instructor: Holly Mosher

3 Credits | Online

$0

Introduction to Western Art I

June 1 to August 1, Tue & Thu, 9am – 12pm

This course examines the major monuments of Western art and the philosophical foundations of Western art history. We’ll investigate the major styles and movements in architecture, painting, sculpture, and the decorative arts created in Europe and North America from the prehistoric period to 1300 within their historical context. Students will be introduced to the basic foundations of visual analysis and art historical theory. 

Instructor: Angela Kost

3 Credits | Online

$0

Intro to Live Experience Design

June 1 to August 1, Mon, 10am – 5pm

This course introduces students to the scope and nature of the live experience industry. It surveys design processes and practices such as scenic design, concept art, storyboarding, 3D rendering, lighting design, sound design, and architectural design. Professional practices and entrepreneurial skills are introduced, including project management and team experience.

Instructor: Troy Holleman

3 Credits | Online

$0

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