Graphic Design (Daytime)
Students in intergenerational programs will be sharing instruction, classroom,
and laboratory activities with GJCTC's high school students.
720 Hours - Tuition $6,650* — Program Begins Late August and Ends Early June
Daily Schedule 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday
The Graphic Design/Multimedia program merges basic art skills required to make powerful graphic impact, with the latest technology available in the industry. The graphic design segment equips students with the tools they need to develop good composition, color theory, layout and perspective. In the multimedia segment, students learn how to apply these new skills to computer design, using professional software for graphics, photo manipulation and "Two-D" animation. Multimedia technology is a high-tech, emerging occupation requiring skilled employees. This program prepares students for entry-level employment in companies doing graphic designing, screen printing, advertising, video production and related graphic and multimedia activities. At program completion, the student is awarded a diploma.
General Areas of Training**
- Computer Introduction
- Typography/Computer Type
- Color Theory
- Elements and Principles of Design
- Units of Measure
- Perspective and Illustration
- Digital Photography
- Animation Digital Video
- Reproduction Process
- Web Design
*Note: Tuition subject to change.
**In an effort to stay current with changes and trends in the industry, program curriculum may change during the program year.