Graphic Design AAS
Associate of Applied Science
The Graphic Design concentration is an interdisciplinary, career-focused program that helps students develop skills in design, typography, computer graphics, and new media design for print and web. This concentration is appropriate for students who wish to enhance their skills, retrain for new or added job skills, or enter the job market versed in design for print or web. The curriculum combines foundational and software-specific classes. Graduates may find work with advertising agencies, publishing and printing firms, art studios, television and radio stations, newspapers, and various businesses with in-house design departments.
|ANM 100||Adobe Creative Suite||3|
|ANM 102||History of Graphic and Web Design||3|
|ANM 120||Business Practices/Creative Careers||3|
|ANM 133||Adobe InDesign||3|
|ANM 141||Graphic Design||3|
|ANM 142||Adobe Photoshop||3|
|ANM 143||Adobe Illustrator||3|
|ANM 240||Advanced Typography Print and Web||3|
|ANM 241||Advanced Graphic Design||3-OR-|
|ANM 282||Design Crew Merit Course||3|
|ANM 256||Concept Development||3|
|ART 101||2D Design and Color Theory||3|
|ART 103||Drawing and Composition I||3|
|ART 133||Intro to Digital Photography||3|
|ANM 215||Advanced Digital Photography||3|
|CIS 170||Web Page Coding w/ Dreamweaver||3|
|COM 101||Public Speaking||3|
|ENG 110||College Writing I||3-OR-|
|ENG 160||College Writing and Research||4|
|COM 113||Interpersonal Communication||3-OR-|
|ENG 112||Writing for the Workplace||3|
|MATH 115||Math for the Liberal Arts||4|
|Minimum Total Credits: 66|
*The sample class schedule does not include additional course work, prerequisites, and other important degree or certificate qualifications.
*It is essential to see a counselor regarding your program of study to verify course requirements.
To make an appointment, call 269.373.7800 (ACC).