Instructor: Michael Kay-Louis - View Michael Kay-Louis' profile
Students participate in a broad-based introduction to visual communications concepts, technologies, processes, and to the world of work. The program builds specific skills in graphic design, computer applications, pre-press, printing and photography. Students work with outside customers to produce real products, and also develop a comprehensive portfolio to demonstrate their proficiency to future employers and/or admissions officers. Field trips and co-op experiences expose students to a variety of career choices in the area of graphic design, printing, and photography. Graphic Arts students also participate in the DECA student organization with opportunities for leadership, competition, scholarship, and community service.
7 Available Credits:
- 1 embedded Math or Art credit. OR 1/2 credit each
- 1 English credit.
- 5 Program credits.
Who should consider enrolling in this program?
Students who have an interest in exploring careers in:
- Graphic Design
- Commercial Printing
- Multimedia Production
- Advertising & Promotion
- Professional Photography
- Fine Arts