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Graphic Designers are the link between the client and the audience. 

The graphic designer's hand drawn, painted, photographed, and computer-generated images can be seen on business cards, TV ads, books, magazines, advertising pieces, and even movies. Without the work of graphic and web designers, marketing, branding, and all commerce would be difficult. The Graphic Design Program at CBT College offers the first step towards a career in the commercial graphics industry using the latest in imagery technology. 

Our graphic design school curriculum emphasizes on learning the skills and techniques of computer graphics, digital imaging, and production; in which, students will be taught how to direct and control the flow of advertising design in both web and print media and get graphic design training using computer graphic applications such as: QuarkXPress, Maya, Adobe Flash, InDesign, AfterEffect, Illustrator as well as receive a Photoshop certification.

Program Details Info 


Program Highlights
Degree: Associate
Length: 24 Months
Credits: 68

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Graphic Design Lab at CBT College

Graphic Design Lab at CBT College

All students have access to work on state of the art Apple Mac Pro computers.

Collaborated creativity!

Collaborated creativity!

Share ideas with your classmate as you explore the amazing tools inside the CBT College Graphic Design Lab.

Go beyond the mouse…

Go beyond the mouse…

We make it easy to transfer credits to pursue a Bachelors degree in a 4yr. Institution.

Each student will get to use a Bamboo Fun Pen and Touch Tablet which comes with the largest active…

Collaborated creativity!

Collaborated creativity!

Share ideas with your classmate as you explore the amazing tools inside the CBT College Graphic Design Lab.

Get ready for the 3D revolution!

Get ready for the 3D revolution!

Discover Autodesk® Maya® 3D the animation software that delivers an end-to-end creative workflow with 3D animation tools, modeling, simulation,…

Collaborated creativity!

Collaborated creativity!

Share ideas with your classmate as you explore the amazing tools inside the CBT College Graphic Design Lab.

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Program Details

CGS1883 | Web Design Fundamentals

This course helps students to establish a solid background of web page creation and website basic components. Additionally, students will learn basic web design concepts such as color theory, typography, and introduction web languages such as HTML, XML, XHML, CSS, Dynamic HTML, and JavaScript. Prerequisites/Co-Requisites: None

CGS1060 | Microsoft Technology Applications

This is a hands-on course in which you will learn to use a computer to practice four of the most popular programs within the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint). You will learn to be an intermediate level user of the Microsoft Office Suite.
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ENT1000 | Principles of Entrepreneurship

This is a foundation course in the modern treatment of entrepreneurship. Students will learn the elements of start-up/buy-out/franchising, business plans, marketing plans, human resources, financial planning, legal forms, products/services, selling, advertising, management policies, accounting systems, tax issues, capital management, computers, risk management and business ethics. Prerequisites/Co-Requisites: None

PYG1890 | Principles of Photoshop

As a student in this course, you will learn how to use Adobe Photoshop. You will first be introduced to Photoshop basics in order to gain knowledge on image processing, editing, selection, and masking. Learn to optimize and save images for web and print media.

CGS1801 | Web Site Design I

This course provides an introduction to web site design using one of the most useful web editors. It is taught on IBM PC compatibles using Microsoft Internet Explorer as the default browser to review the design.

DIG1310 | Interactive Media Design

As a student in this course, you will learn how to use computer animated applications, such as Macromedia Flash. You will first be introduced to Flash basics, and learn to plan and create an animation. You will learn to create animations, movies, and banner ads.

ART1201 | Principles of Design

In this class students will learn to how to balance creative and practical considerations so you can choose the best format for a design. Line, type, shape and texture are the building blocks for any design. You will be able to use the elements together to create great designs. Prerequisites/Co-Requisites: None

DIG1112 | Motion Graphics

Learn the basic concepts in motion graphics, animation and visual effects for film, video, DVD, and the Web. This course also reviews how to produce and integrate with other computer graphic design software to overcome production challenges and deliver quality results.

GRA1852 | Computer Graphic Illustration

As a student in this course, you will learn how to use Adobe Illustrator current version. You will first be introduced to Illustrator basics in order to gain knowledge on Shapes, editing, selection, and masking. Learn to optimize, save images for web and print media and to do photo illustrations.

DIG1590 | Portfolio Creation

The student develops a graphic design portfolio in preparation for a job interview. Working individually with the instructor, each student begins the selection of representative pieces that showcase a unique style and demonstrate overall conceptual abilities and technical competencies.

ART1300 | Fundamentals of Drawing

This class is designed to help students learn and understand the key tools needed to draw inanimate objects as well as the human body. Since learning to draw involves learning to see, The Art of Drawing stresses the development of this essential visual skill.

DIG1302 | Computer Animation Processing I

Students will learn how to solve dimensional design problems, characterize, develop new products, design prototypes, and build digital models using an industry standard animation application. Prerequisites/Co-Requisites: None

GRA2858 | Digital Publishing - Indesign

Students will master the unique design opportunities and challenges presented by brochures and other multipage publications. Students are expected to cultivate and demonstrate a high level of comprehension about the interrelationship between visual form and meaning. Students will lay out professional quality single and multipage documents that include text and graphics, and are designed for professional printing and publication.

GRA2160 | Graphic Symbolism

In this class students will learn to express a new brand or to revitalize an existing one using a universal fivephase process for creating and implementing effective brand identity. Course will cover from research and analysis through brand strategy, design development through application design, and identity standards through launch and governance for the entire process. Prerequisites/Co-Requisites: None

BUL2514 | Intellectual Prop Law for Graphic Designer

The Intellectual Property Law course is designed to introduce students to the legal issues surrounding graphic design and employment in the graphic design industry. Topics include Copyright Laws, Fair Use, Contracts and negotiation, fair pricing and other ethical issues. Prerequisites/Co-Requisites: None

General Education Courses

ENC1100 | English Composition I

This course will allow students to develop an understanding of good, college level writing with an emphasis on exposition and the research essay. Oral and written communications of impressions and judgments concerning assigned readings in the essay and allied genre are required.

MAC1100 | College Algebra

The student will demonstrate: an understanding of the general concepts of relation and function and specifically of polynomial, exponential, and logarithmic functions; the ability to solve system of equations by utilizing matrices and determinants; and the ability to solve practical problems using algebra.

ENC1106 | English Composition II

This course will allow students to develop an understanding and appreciation of imaginative literature in its various genre and periods and to perfect composition and research skills at the college and university level. The student will  learn how to read imaginative literature for profit and delight and how to write essays and research papers effectively. There will be assigned readings in poetry, prose and drama, the perfection of writing skills developed in ENG101 and papers and examinations on assigned readings. Prerequisite: ENC1100

SPC1013 | Speech

The course includes theories and practices in oral communication and speech writing, and the process of oral communication in all types of organizations. Students will learn the fundamentals of effective oral communication, with an emphasis on delivering effective presentations. This course will cover skills and techniques for planning and delivering a presentation, overcoming anxiety, and working with various audiences.

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