Graphic Design (CFGDTC)
This program provides students with entry-level skills in graphic design and allows students to upgrade or expand their present skills. Students will focus on typography and the foundations of visual communication design for both print and on-screen media, and build skills in the most widely used graphic design software applications. This program provides credits towards the Associate in Applied Science Degree in Graphic Design.
Students should choose the appropriate faculty for academic advising based on their last name: Ingrid Ankerson (A-M), Kristine Willimann (N-Z).
Eastern Michigan University, several BS degrees.
Copies can be obtained from the Counseling Office, a program advisor, or from the Curriculum and Assessment Office Web site: www.wccnet.edu/departments/curriculum/articulation.php?levelone=colleges.
Good computer skills and aptitude are required to enroll in GDT computer-based courses. Students with no or minimal computer skills are encouraged to begin with GDT 105, Introduction to Mac Graphics. GDT courses are taught using Macintosh computers.
- Business/Computer Technologies
- Digital Media Arts Dept
- Ingrid Ankerson, Kristine Willimann
Requirements(Items marked in orange are available online.)
|GDT 100||Typography I||4|
|GDT 104||Introduction to Graphic Design||4|
|GDT 112||Principles and Problem-Solving in Graphic Design||4|
|GDT 220||Publication Design||4|
|INP 150||Web Coding I||3|
|INP 154||Interaction Design I||4|
- Total Credits Required
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