Sep 22, 2020  
2019-2020 Catalog 
2019-2020 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Multimedia Graphic Design, AAS

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Additional information available on the Multimedia Graphic Design Department website.

Recommended basic skills courses are

This program prepares the students for entry-level work in some of the following creative and exciting areas: graphic design, photo enhancement, digital illustration, interactive media digital video production, web design, animation and production layout. Students receive a blend of knowledge in color, design, computer software, typography and drawing. Students will also choose from a variety of course electives.

Maximizing student success in the Multimedia Graphic Design program is the department goal. The program faculty recommends that students develop the following desirable skill and knowledge foundations to enhance student success:

  • Advanced college level study skills
  • Working knowledge of algebraic principles and basic measurement
  • College-level reading, writing, comprehension and study skills
  • Working knowledge and application of college-level English
  • Demonstrated time management skills
  • Keyboarding, mouse and computer experience (will be taught in MGD 102 ). It is strongly recommended that students see an advisor for program planning.

Students may complete basic skill deficiencies concurrently with the beginning courses in the program. Students must arrange with advisors to remedy deficiencies in program requirements. Please call 719-502-3143 for advising.

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the Multimedia Graphic Design program, students should be able to:

  • Discuss and implement design and industry skills using appropriate techniques
  • Convey a message through a design medium based on client requirements, the target audience and using typographic principles to create an information hierarchy
  • Produce a design that shows a mastery of technical knowledge in Typographic design principles
  • Identify current trends and technologies as well as being well versed in a multitude of creative styles
  • Critically analyze and interpret client requirements
  • Assemble a strong portfolio and produce a professional level body of design work

Content criteria, competencies, and student learning outcomes associated with the general education courses required for this degree can be found on the Colorado Department of Higher Education website.

General Education Courses

Total Credit Hours: 15

Additional Required Courses


Choose twelve (12) hours from list below

Total Credit Hours: 50

Total Credit Hours: 65

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