Program learning outcomes are statements by faculty members that describe the most important things students will know and be able to do when they graduate from a program.
Associate in Applied Science Degree
Students who successfully complete the Communication Design AAS program will be able to:
- apply two- and three-dimensional foundation principles to visual literacy problems;
- recognize and create effective typographic hierarchies as part of original graphic design solutions;
- apply research, analysis, and critical thinking skills to the various stages of effective communication design development from concept sketching to complete comprehensive;
- create well-executed projects with appropriate attention to detail, using both digital and hand skills;
- demonstrate professionalism and confidence in individual and group projects and presentations, which include the combination of oral, written, and visual skills; and
- develop design solutions that address the parallel relationships between advertising design, graphic design, packaging design, and visual presentation and exhibition design.