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  Sep 25, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog

Visual Communications AAS-T


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Learning Outcomes


• Develop and implement solutions to visual communication problems.

• Interpret and use market research information to draw reasonable conclusions.

• Articulate design concepts in a professional manner and connect to the intended audience using visual, oral and written presentation skills unique the field of visual communications. Identify and use technology consistent with the graphics industry standard.

• Demonstrate proficiency in technology consistent with the graphics industry standards. Demonstrate the ability to perform effectively in a team environment.

• Identify and determine how differences in audiences and cultures affect the nature of the visual product.

• Upon completion of the program students will have a portfolio that reflects a balance of presentation work that includes both print and web design.

• Student will demonstrate the use of formal design principles such as balance, visual hierarchy, rhythm and unity and include effective use of contrast, color and typography.

Requirements


Prerequisites


  •  Some classes have entry requirements not listed here. Talk to a faculty adviser.

Important Notes


  • This information does not substitute for meeting with a faculty adviser.
  • Students must achieve a minimum grade of 2.0 in each core course.
  • Not all classes are offered every quarter.
  • Enrollment in this program is open every quarter.

Specific Requirements


Total Core Credits: 66-68

Suporting Courses


 For the AAS-T degree students must choose up to 15 credits of the following.  Talk to a faculty adviser.

Total Supporting Course Credits: 15

Related Instruction Courses


 Other related instruction course credits may also qualify.  Talk to a faculty adviser.

  • MATH - Math 100 or above
  • ENGL& 101 - English Composition I
  • Social Science - Choose from one of the following:
      Choose from one of the following:  PSYC& 100, PSYCH 120, 130; SOC& 101; ANTH& 206
Total Related Instruction Credits: 15

Total Program Credits 96-98


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