Combining art and multimedia technology to communicate ideas and experiences
Key Program Features
Utilize your artistic talent and work with current technology in the creative field of graphic design! Carefully crafted visual elements can communicate messages via print or electronic media to inform or allure audiences. LLCC students are taught by faculty who are successful artists themselves. Students learn tools and techniques used in the industry, concepts based on the design environment and the application of design software so they can meet the challenges and demands of a constantly evolving job market. Our graduates leave prepared to work for an organization developing designs for ad campaigns; brand identity; books, magazines and newspapers; marketing materials; packaging; promotional displays; websites; video games; and more.
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the median annual salary for graphic designers was $47,640 in May 2016. Employment of graphic designers is expected to remain consistent through 2024. Nearly 262,000 individuals were employed as graphic designers as of 2014, with one out of five being self-employed.
LLCC offers an Associate in Applied Science degree in graphic design technology. Learn more about the courses for this program:
Time to completion: 2 years
Investment in Your Future
Digital media (DGM), digital applications (DAP), digital multimedia (DME) and art (ART) courses (except ART 101, 110, 204, 205, 208) have a variable tuition rate. The 2019-2020 academic year variable tuition rate for DGM, DAP, DME and ART courses for in-district residents is $197.25 per credit hour. Tuition for other courses in the program have a standard rate of $131.50 per credit hour. Fees are $11 per credit hour. View Summer 2019 tuition information. Get more information on tuition and fees.
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