Graphic Design


The mission of the Associate of Applied Science degree program in Graphic Design is to provide students with industry-relevant and competency-based academic programs built on a solid art and design foundation that will prepare them for transition to a four-year college or university, or entry-level employment in graphic design production and related fields.

This is possible through learner-centered instruction—delivered by qualified faculty—to students who are capable of and committed to an active role in learning.

What Will I Learn?

The AAS degree in Graphic Design, begins with the foundations courses: Drawing, 2d and 3d design; and progresses with the study of Typography, Digital Imaging, Layout & Composition, Digital Illustration and Corporate Identity.

What is Unique About Our Graphic Design Program?

The student completeing the AAS degree in Graphic Design will a have working entry-level, print and digital portfolio to help them as they enter into the design industry or to use in demonstrating competencies for admission to a 4-year college or university.

What Are My Career Opportunities?

Career Opportunities may include positions as a Production Artist or Entry-Level Designer working with graphics, digital illustration, page layout, research, environmental design and print media.