Career and Technical Program
The Graphic Design program is designed to prepare
students for entry-level positions in the graphic design
market. The program emphasizes the basic skills, knowledge,
and abilities typically encountered in the graphic
design professions. Instruction includes theories and
methodologies used to implement creative, technical, and
esthetic solutions into print advertising, packaging, web,
digital video and new media applications.
Successful completion of each semester, or permission
of the instructor, is required to continue into the next
semester. This is a limited enrollment Career and Technical
program. Prospective students who do not meet
the initial eligibility requirements for this career and
technical limited enrollment program will need to take
selected courses to receive necessary skill building prior to
entering the program (see page 43 of the catalog).
Contact the Career and Technical programs advisor for
information and admissions criteria.
Note: Current industry professionals may enroll in individual
courses on a space-available basis with the permission of
the instructor and the Dean of Career and Technical
and Workforce Education.