The Graphic Design Program at Santa Fe College teaches the skills you need to enter the graphic design field. As a graphic designer, you will plan, analyze and create visual solutions to communications challenges and marketing and advertising needs. You might develop the layout of magazines and other publications, create marketing brochures, create package design, learn digital image manipulation and design websites. Using digital graphic design you will learn to apply the language of visual communication to a vast variety of communication and business needs.
This Mac-based program emphasizes creative thinking and problem solving using up-to-date industry standard computer hardware and software. The program consists of five semesters of study and courses are offered in specific sequence on a full-time schedule. Upon graduation, you are eligible to transfer your credits to Miami International University of Art and Design or the Fort Lauderdale Art Institute to pursue a bachelor’s degree in graphic design, or other regional private art college.
The Graphic Design Technology program is a full time, lock-step program. This means you will progress through the program with your cohort taking courses in a specific sequence and will not be allowed to take the courses on a part-time basis. Admission is competitive. The Graphic Design Technology program requires a separate application beyond initial acceptance to Santa Fe College.
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