The certificate program in Graphic Design is designed to provide a working knowledge of the basics of the Graphic Design field for use in entry-level employment in such areas as advertising, design, print production, web page design, and freelance commercial art. Others seeking additional training may wish to pursue an Associate Degree in Art.
Learning Support Requirements: No Learning Support classes are required for completion to enroll in this program
|Fall Semester||Sem. Hrs.|
|ART 1020||Design I||3|
|ART 2150||Computer Art||3|
|ART 2180||Digital Photography||3|
|Spring Semester||Sem. Hrs.|
|ART 2160||Visual Design||3|
|ART 2170||Web Page Design||3|
|ART 2200||Professional Practices, Portfolio Preparation and Review||3|
|One Year Total||18|
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