GDT 290: Professional Practices
This class prepares students for seeking employment in graphic design and illustration. Topics covered include graphic design and illustration career options/specialties, job hunting skills/techniques, freelancing, resume preparation, portfolio preparation and includes professional review of student portfolios. This course should be taken during the final semester prior to graduation. This course was previously GDT 230.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; 48 credits in Graphic Design program; consent required
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