• Digital Design (176)


    This program will develop the student's technical and aesthetic skills necessary for entry-level positions in the print or web design field. This program focuses on graphic design, photography and imaging for students to find employment as a production artist, graphic designer, illustrator, desktop publisher, web developer, Adobe®Certified user or freelance designer.

    Upon successful completion of the program, the graduate will:

    1. Develop visual communication skills.
    2. Demonstrate technical and perceptual skills.
    3. Use principles of design.
    4. Use color theory.
    5. Use current technology as it applies to the arts.
    6. Analyze in order to render 2D forms via line, value and perspective.
    7. Analyze visual images and objects.


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    Degree Requirements

    First Semester

    Course #Course NameCredits
    ART-144Digital Photography3
    ART-150Introduction to Digital Graphic Design3
    ART-168Digital Imaging3
    Total Credits: 9

    Second Semester

    Course #Course NameCredits
    ART-165Digital Publishing 3
    ART-170Web Graphic Design3
    ART-250Advanced Digital Graphic Design3
    Total Credits: 9
    Minimum Credits to Graduate: 18