Graphic Design Technology
The Graphic Design Technology curriculum is a two-year program of study designed to prepare the student for entry-level employment and advancement in the field of graphic design, emphasizing digital technology. Students receive instruction including the design and execution of typography, layouts, professional illustration, color theory, industry specific production, digital imaging, and logo design. hello
Also covered are design principles necessary for publication design, mass distribution and other forms of visual communications such as ads in magazines and newspapers, book cover designs, posters, billboards, brochures, letterhead, newsletters, t-shirts, etc.
This two-year program, which requires 64 semester hours, provides an Associate of Applied Science degree upon successful completion of the Graphic Design Technology curriculum. The Macintosh computer lab supports the Adobe Creative Suites software and dedicates many class hours to the learning and use of these creative programs.