Art & Design Technology

Free

SUBJECT COMBINATION AT JOHNSON IB

Option 1
HL Mathematics
Physics
Chemistry
SL English
French \ Hindi
Visual Art \ Computer Science
Option 2
HL Visual Art
Physics \ Biology
Business Management
SL English
French \ Hindi
Mathematics SL\Studies

COURSE DESCRIPTION
It is a requirement of the program that students study at least one course level in mathematics to fulfill the requirements of various university and career aspirations. Mathematics enables students to, develop mathematical knowledge, concepts and principles. Develop logical, critical and creative thinking and employ and refine their powers of abstraction and generalization.

Through studying a science subject students should become aware of how scientists work and communicate with each other. While the scientific method may take on a wide variety of forms, the emphasis is on a practical approach. In addition, through the overarching theme of the “Nature of Science” this knowledge and skills will be put into the context of the way science and scientists work in the 21st Century and the ethical debates and limitations of creative scientific endeavor.

JOHNSON IB ALUMNI

1 SANIA CHITNIS MIT INSTITUTE OF DESIGN, PUNE BACHELORS IN DESIGN
2 SHASHANK VELPUCHARLA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF FILM AND MEDIA, JNAFAU, HYDERABAD BFA  ADVERSTISING + DIGITAL MARKETING
3 PRAVALIKA RAM NOVA SCOTIA COLLEGE , CANADA BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS MAJOR IN FILM
4 NAVJYOTH KUMAR DSK SUPINFOCOM, PUNE B.SC VIDEO GAME DESIGNING
5 G.ANURAG REDDY DSK SUPINFOCOM, PUNE TRANSPORT DESIGNING
6 C.SAI DHEERAJ KOUNDINYA WOXSEN SCHOOL OF DESIGN, MEDAK PRODUCT DESIGNING

ART & DESIGN TECHNOLOGY
Art & Technology, is a creative degree that offers students hands-on experience with state-of-the-art digital media technologies and formats. This area in the Department of Art is focused on conceptualization as the driving force for creative experimentation with digital media and advanced technologies. New media technologies are powerful tools of expression and we seek to expose our undergraduates to a wide array of creative and conceptual approaches to understanding a critical use of technology that acknowledges history and theory while also defining what is next at the intersection of technology, art and the sciences.