Why choose Multimedia Graphic Design at PPCC?
PPCC’s Multimedia Graphic Design program educates students on the best practices, trends and software needed to pursue a career in print design, web, video and motion graphics. Principles of design including color theory, layout, illustration and production are taught by qualified instructors with real-world experience. Upon graduation, students are equipped to provide strong visual communication and problem solving skills to their clients and employers. They can pursue a variety of careers including art director, illustrator, UX/UI designer and special effects technician.
What do PPCC MGD students study?
The Multimedia Graphic Design program provides substantial emphasis in one of three communication options: Print, Multimedia, and Design Illustration. Areas of study include:
- Layout & Design
- Electronic image
- Photo imaging
Explore your interests while building foundational skills for the MGD field.
Classes You Might Take
The certificates and Associate of Applied Science degree provide training for entry-level occupations such as Graphic Designer, Multimedia Artist, Technical Illustrator, Digital Illustrator, and Web Designer. Career opportunities include:
- Art Director
- Production Layout/Advertising Artist
- Web Designer
- Digital Illustrator
- Special Effects Technician
Program Learning Outcomes
Program Learning Outcomes (PLO) are competencies with which students will be proficient at the completion of an academic program. Program Learning Outcomes link with course learning outcomes and competencies.
Congratulations to our students...again!
Congratulations to 2020 student ADDY winners!
Carolyn Boyce - 2 Silver, 2 Gold, Jacob Ady - Gold, Best in Show, Ciara Abayta - 2 Silver, Jake Cowdrey - Silver, Brad Barrett - 2 gold, Judges Choice, Jennifer Roberson - 1 silver, Amber Borata 1 silver, 2 gold, Kenneth Snyder - silver