The Digital Arts Certificate prepares students to learn the basics of graphic arts and graphic art design programs and for employment in the computer graphics and publishing field. It is also for entrepreneurs starting their own business. Students follow basic aesthetic principles in creating work. Students will gain experience in page design, illustration, photography, and web design using professional Adobe programs.
NOTE: Student will not be eligible for Title IV Financial Aid in this certificate program.
|ENG 085 Communication Workshop II||3|
|MTH 096 or MTH 106||3-4|
|*DA 109 Introduvtion to the Mac
*Students may opt to test out of this class
|DA 110 Introduction to Graphic Arts||3|
|DA 111 Page Design I||3|
|DA 112 Computer Illustration I||3|
|DA 113 Photographic Image Editing I
(cross listed with FA 181)
|DA 211 Page Design II||3|
|DA 212 Computer Illustration II||3|
|DA 115 Web Design I||3|
|DA 220 Digital Portfolio||3|
|Electives: Optional, not required.
DA 213; DA 215; or ENG 180
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|Program Classification of Instructional Program (CIP) Code Code Title|
|50.0409 Graphic Design|
|Program Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) Code Code Title|
|27.1024 Graphic Designers|