Graphic Communications is an exciting and rewarding career that combines technical knowledge with artistic expression. The Graphic Communications program provides students with essential skills and training for an entry-level position in graphic design, publications...
Graphic designers design and produce artwork for a variety
of printed material, including logotypes, stationery, brochures,
advertising, packaging, book covers and many other types of
projects. This field also includes computer-related imagery for
Core ProgramThe objective of the College of Graphic Design (CGD) curriculum is to develop students' critical and creative thinking processes and proficiency with the tools, media and techniques of the graphics field, from traditional approaches to the use of...
We live in an information society—surrounded by an ever-increasing number of words, pictures and sounds. The role of the
graphic designer is to shape this information in a meaningful way,
visualizing and communicating ideas in the most effective...
The associate degree curriculum in graphic design prepares
students for entry into the broad field of visual communication, with an
emphasis on the development of problem solving in the practical application of
graphic design. These applications include design...
Category: Graphic Design
Study mode: At the institution
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