Graphic & Interactive Design
About the Program
The Graphic & Interactive Design program offers training for careers in the exciting, dynamic fields of graphic design, web design, multimedia, illustration and digital publishing. Students develop basic and advanced skills in the traditional processes of layout, design and drawing, and in the leading-edge digital graphics technologies.
Our students take traditional, computer and general education courses designed to produce a well-rounded, highly-trained graduate with sufficient expertise to be employable in an ever-expanding job market.
What you can do with a degree in Graphic & Interactive Design
- Graphic Designer
- UI/UX Designer
- Print Designer
- Interactive Designer
- 2D & 3D Animator
- Graphic Arts Producer
- Digital & Traditional Printmaker
- Fine Artist
- Web Designer
Degree & Program Types
Check out this list for a quick view of our graphic and interactive design programs. For program requirements and full course listings, view degrees and certificates information.
Associate in Arts Degree
Certificate of Achievement
Certificate of Proficiency
Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of our programs, you will understand the design process from sketching to final comprehensive and be able to create unique graphic designs that communicate ideas to others
Take English, Art and GID Courses while you travel!
Attend an Info Meeting on Dec. 6 or Jan. 10.
Questions?We're Here to Help!
Carolyn Brown, Graphic & Interactive Design Department Chair
Division Office Contacts
|Simon Pennington, Division Dean
Division Administrative Assistant
|Christy Moore, Fine Arts Facility Rental Office
|Fine Arts & Communication Division|
|Information & Forms for Faculty|