Graphic designers are a must in today’s marketplace. Print media is still the number one source for advertising. Graphic designers develop skills through training to meet the needs in all areas of communication arts, desktop publishing, Web design, and multimedia. Graphic design uses include identity (logos and branding), web site, publications (newspapers, magazines, and books), advertisements and product packaging. Design and composition is one of the most important features of graphic design. Possessing and refining your two-dimensional design skills will enhance the designer’s ability to develop a strong presence in print, as well as on the Web.
Length of Training
In this program, students will need to complete 144 hours of course work. This program provides a comprehensive foundation for 2-D graphic design, and may be completed in a minimum of two semesters by attending day, evening, and/or weekend classes.
Suggested Prep Courses:
- Keyboarding (must type at least 20 wpm)
- Computer Basics & Windows
|ARTC 1051||Basic Drawing for Graphic Designers||24|
|GRPH 1002||Graphic Design||36|
|GRPH 1001||Adobe InDesign Page Layout I||24|
|GRPH 1051||Adobe InDesign Page Layout II||24|
|ARTC 1090||Photoshop I and II||48|
|Total Program Hours:||144|
|Additional courses for Graphic Design|
|ARTV 1051||Digital Video: ARTV1351||96 hrs|
|ARTV 2041||Advanced Digital Video: ARTV 2041||96 hrs|
|ARTV 1043||Digital Sound: ARTV 1343||96 hrs|
Textbook and Flash drive required for all classes.
Classes will vary by semester
For More Information
Please contact Kaylin Ortiz: