Graphic Design Program at VCAD
In order to succeed in graphic design, you’ll need to back up your raw talent and drive to succeed with a highly-focused and hands-on design education. VCAD’s graphic design program gives you the knowledge, skills and professional connections you’ll need to launch your career in graphic design.
From color theory, drawing and typography, to standard software used in the industry, this program will teach you the theoretical and practical skills you need to turn your creative ideas into reality. Students will build a portfolio of designs for packaging, advertising, publications, websites and branding.
Graduates of this program will be prepared to apply for graphic design jobs with web development firms, newspapers, magazines, publishers, printers and more.
This program is 60 weeks in length.
– Medical or Scientific Illustrator
– Layout Designer
– Page Designer
– Graphic Artist
– Advertising Designer
Jonathan, a Graphic Design student from the Visual College of Art & Design (VCAD), offers his piece of advice for future students: “There’s nothing stopping you.” After working in another industry for several years, he realized that he wanted to pursue his passion for art and design as a career. VCAD’s small class sizes and industry-experienced instructors helped to provide a solid foundation for his future.
Eli, a graduate from the Graphic Design program at the Visual College of Art & Design (VCAD), switched colleges to go to VCAD after he felt that his original school wasn’t the right fit. At VCAD he discovered industry-experienced instructors, new technology and equipment, and an opportunity to build a portfolio for the future. His time at VCAD has helped him pursue his career dreams in graphic design.
Kaitlin, a Graphic Design student from the Visual College of Art & Design (VCAD), talks to us about her graduating portfolio work and why she chose to go to VCAD. Whether it’s the right classes, assignments or instructors, VCAD can help launch your dream career.
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