Graphic Design and Library Technology has three tracks for you to choose from—Graphic Design, Video Game Design, and Library Information Technology. Each track leads to a two-year Associate in Applied Science degree. If you are planning to earn the two-year degree you will take a number of general education courses, GDLT core courses, and courses from the track of your choice.
The curriculum requires a set number of core courses that every student takes. You will take some general education courses in areas such as English and Science, and you will also take some GDLT core requirements such as Introduction to Graphic Design, and Beginning Web Design.
You can choose at least one track to specialize in. The options to choose from include Graphic Design, Video Game Design, and Library Information Technology. You will learn how to use software programs such as Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign.
We also have certificate options available in Graphic Design, Video Game Design, Digital Video Editing, and Library Information Technology. Certificates consist of four or five specialized courses focusing on the area of your choice.
Focus area options in graphic design and video game design were recently added, and more information will be posted soon. Please contact Drew Hunt, firstname.lastname@example.org, with questions. The focus areas will allow you to complete an AA/AS degree with fifteen hours of electives in graphic design or video game design.