GRDS

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Caitlin Dejewski

I’ve been obsessed with art for as long as I can remember; from the moment I learned how to write, I’ve found myself constantly drawing and designing, whether it be in a sketchbook or in my school notes. As I got older, I expanded my horizons to digital media, and in high school I found myself taking web and graphic design classes so I could push my creativity to its limits. As a college graphic design student I strive to be as creative as possible even if it means stepping out of my comfort zone in order to pick up new skills and I hope to someday inspire others to do the same.
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GRDS

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

You will be introduced to the range of opportunities in this field: design of print-generated and computer-generated graphics for books, newspapers, magazines, web applications and marketing materials; and additional design applications for point-of-purchase, packaging and outdoor advertising.

Today’s digital world reduces the geographic limits for finding clients. Employers include advertising agencies, corporations and nonprofit groups.

You can earn the Production Artist technical diploma on the way to completing the Graphic Design associate degree.

POSSIBLE CAREERS

  • Art Director
  • Digital Media Specialist
  • Graphic Artist/Designer
  • Illustrator
  • Imaging Specialist
  • Layout Artist
  • Prepress Technician
  • Production Artist