Graphic Design SchoolsThe Graphic Design program prepares graduates for design positions in communication related fields. The program focuses on the development of conceptual thinking and artistic element arrangement to communicate a visual message for corporate identity, product packaging, advertising layout, and related projects. Students acquire a solid foundation in the areas of: Drawing and design skills Use of color and typography to visually communicate Application of industry related computer programs and equipment Creative problem solving techniques. Entry-level Employment Opportunities include:Assistant Designer, Assistant Art Director, Graphic Designer, Production Artist, Production Coordinator.

Graphic Design includes a variety of courses that make a strong curriculum and is designed to teach and train individuals who can plan to be professional commercial artists. Students take courses in advertising, graphic design, illustration, photography, airbrush and computer graphics. Students will learn the proper methods for using a number of techniques that can save a great deal of time and produce artwork within deadlines and learn how they can put their knowledge and skills to use in a commercial art field.

Graduates of the commercial art program are able to seek employment on an entry level in advertising agencies and commercial art firms. They are also qualified to be employed in print shops and sign shops as well as book publishers, record companies, newspapers and photography studios. Some enterprising graduates elect to work as free-lance commercial artists.