Design & Visual Communications, GenPrint
Topics of Study
In this program, you will focus on the principles and techniques for communicating ideas and information, in digital and other formats, to businesses and consumers. You will analyze how people see information and learn how to create illustrations, printed media, photographs, apparel, furnishings, packaging, or interiors, for example, which will convey the desired message. You will study the conceptual, perceptual, and spatial principles of the visual arts. You will also learn specific mediums, such as drawing, photography, and textiles.
- A certificate or associate degree prepares individuals for entry-level positions with graphics arts companies, public relations or advertising companies, design groups or studios, and publishers.
- A bachelor's degree provides a broad background in all aspects of art as well as experience with a variety of technologies
- A graduate degree is usually required to teach in college.
- Graduates who have a degree in design and applied arts may also find work opportunities in the areas of product design, interior design, Website design, and digital art.
- Fashion Artist
- Fashion Designer
- Floral Designer
- Graphic Artist (Print Materials)
- Industrial Designer
- Interior Designer
- Merchandise Displayer
- Set Designer