Computer graphics are an integral part of designing for Internet/Intranet/World Wide Web, and print industries. The computer graphics program will help to develop your technical ability to design for all of these mediums. The purpose of the computer graphics program is to respond to the needs of local businesses by supplying a pool of qualified candidates who can design for multiple mediums.
The program prepares you for employment in positions such as a graphics position in advertising/marketing, newspaper, magazine, or e-commerce industries.
The program offers hands-on computer experience with state-of-the-art software so that the students can acquire the best possible position upon graduation. Recognizing the ever changing environment in the computer graphics field, the program technology and curriculum is continually evaluated.
For Graphic Designers (US Department of Labor):
- National Average Salary $45,340
- State of Ohio Average Salary $49,080
- Mid-Ohio Valley Average Salary $34,840
Course listings with descriptions of each class may be found in the Washington State Community College Catalog.
Successful completion of the computer graphics program leads to an Associate of Applied Business degree. The program can be completed in four (4) semesters.
Contact to Learn More:
Casey Corbett, Assistant Professor
740.374.8716 ext. 1749