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Digital Graphic

DIG-CT


Delynda Keefe, Lead Instructor, SE, (727) 394-6127
Kevin Stanley, Academic Chair, SE (727) 394-6011
Dr. Jonathan Steele, Dean, CL (727) 791-5987
Dr. James Olliver, Provost, SE (727) 394-6111


Based upon equipment and demand, some computer courses may be taught at only one site.

Job Related Opportunities:

  • Graphic Designer
  • Technical Coordinator
  • Desktop Publisher
  • Digital Multimedia Designer
  • Media Production Development
  • Digital Media Project Assistant
  • Motion Graphics Designer
  • Interactive Media Designer

    The Digital Graphic Certificate prepares students to work with computer technology for desktop design, publishing and presentations. Students earning this certificate will be qualified to apply for work in secretarial, technical, design and professional positions in which the ability to create web-based, digital media and print quality graphics. This certificate is designed to prepare students for the latest technological advances in digital media including recent innovations in 2-D, motion graphics and interactive web. This program is aimed for the degreed student, for employee enrichment and for individuals currently working in the field who wish to update and broaden their design and computer skills.

    All courses apply toward the AS degree in Digital Arts, Media and Interactive Web Design - Digital Graphic Design Subplan.


    APPROVED REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS WITH CATALOG YEAR
    20091/0415 (BEGINNING 8/24/2009) OR LATER
    ~ REFER TO CURRICULUM FILES FOR PREVIOUS CATALOG YEAR REQUIREMENTS ~



PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS
GRA 1206C TYPOGRAPHY 3
GRA 2201 ADVANCED DIGITAL PUBLISHING 3
DIG 2116 ADVANCED DIGITAL IMAGE EDITING 3
DIG 2117 ADVANCED DIGITAL IMAGE RENDERING 3
DIG 2132 ELECTRONIC MEDIA DESIGN 3

TOTAL CERTIFICATE HOURS

15

C&I 1/27/09 ~ BOT 3/17/09