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Computer Science Class CSci 199 on Blender at UND


The University of North Dakota will be offering a class on Blender.

Scott D. Kerlin invisions this class while being taught inside the Computer Science department as
a course which could be useful for students who would like to learn about animation and motion graphics
as well seeing a value in it for engineering students who might like to simulate or visually explain
their products and research.

Here are the course facts:

This is a 2 credit summer session class for the Computer Science requirement.
No programing language is required as a pre-requisite and Blender does not require Python.

CSci 199
5/16/11 - 6/24/11
8 AM - 10 AM Mo/Tu
9 AM - 10 AM Th
Streibel Hall
Room 103

Faculty Info:
Scott D. Kerlin, Instructor (M.S.)
University of North Dakota
Department of Computer Science
Streibel Hall Room 201
3950 Campus Road  Stop 9015
Grand Forks, ND 58202-9015
scott (dot) kerlin (at) und (dot) nodak (dot) edu



  1. The course is not free. It costs 2 credit hours of tuition (cost of which varies based on the student's enrollment status).

    One of the purposes of this course is to have instructor(s) able to interact with students in real-time and in the labs with students as they work and learn to use Blender. The money to pay these instructor(s) needs to come from somewhere. There are also costs of maintenance to the computer lab and equipment that will be used in this course.

  2. I'm looking at taking this class and am curious what text that the class is looking to use, will there be a text book used for the class? If so, which book? if anyone knows.

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