Digital Graphic Design & Publishing
The primary goal of the certificate in digital design and publishing is to provide students a sequence of study that will offer them artistic and technical skills vital to the contemporary media design workplace. The coursework is intended to provide suitable preparation for entry level employment in computer design and publishing; it also enables people currently employed in computer design and publishing a means to upgrade and expand their skills.
Minimum program credit hours: 33
- Degree Option
- Hegis Code
- Curriculum Code
|ENG 1530: English Composition II||3|
|Social Science Electives
|PSY 1510: General Psychology or HIS 1540: US History Since 1865 is recommended||3|
|CSC 1510: Introduction to Computer Science is recommended||3|
|Liberal Arts and Science Electives
|ART 1510: Drawing I||3|
|ART 1530: 2-D Design & Color||3|
|ART 1730: Introduction to Computer Art & Design||3|
|ART 1740: Graphic Design, Layout, and Publishing Basics||3|
|ART 1750: Graphic Design Applications||3|
|ART 2730: Web Design and Animation||3|
|ART 1611: Studio Problems - Computer Graphics||3|
|ART 1500: Introduction to Art||3|
|ART 1550: Survey of Visual Art: Prehistoric through Medieval||3|
|ART 1560: Survey of Visual Art: Renaissance through Contemporary||3|
|ART 1570: Basic Black and White Photography||3|
|ART 2611: Studio Problems - Computer Graphics||3|
- Students are advised to select program electives after careful consultation with their advisors.
Upon completion of the program, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate competence in a variety of media production skills.
- Demonstrate the ability to apply production skills in the creation of effective media pieces.
- Apply knowledge of audience analyses in the design of their media pieces and production.
- Demonstrate the ability to use industry standard media software to create media pieces and productions.
- Apply foundation knowledge, skills, and behavior to be successful in professional or academic work settings.