CGR - Graphic Design Career Program
Faculty Advisor: William Schaefer · Phone: 410-386-8546 · Email: email@example.com
This certificate outlines a sequence of courses designed for artists and technicians working in the design field or those who would like to obtain employment as computer graphic designers, computer illustrators and desktop publishers. (See corresponding degree program for details.) Although courses may be taken in any sequence as long as prerequisites are met, certain courses (CGR-110 and CGR-115) are strongly recommended before others as the skills developed in these courses are utilized and applied in the more advanced courses.
Program Length: 18 months
|ART-105||2-D Design||3 credits|
|ART-110||3-D Design||3 credits|
|CGR-105||Introduction to Computer Graphics||3 credits|
|CGR-115||Graphic Design 1||3 credits|
|CGR-120||Digital Photography||3 credits|
|CGR-157||Introduction to Web Page Design||3 credits|
|CGR-250||Publication Design on Computers||3 credits|
|CGR-252||Computer Illustration (Fall Term only)||3 credits|
|CGR-270||Portfolio and Career Development||3 credits|
|Elective||Any CAD or CGR course||3 credits|
Although Carroll may not collect all of the following data, it must disclose the following information based on the Department of Education's Gainful Employment Program.
Office of Postsecondary Education Identification Number (OPEID): 031007
Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) Number: 110803
- Higher Education Opportunity Act: Student Financial Assistance
- Tuition and fees
- In-county: $4,694.40
- Out-of-county: $6,811.20
- Books and supplies (approximate): $900
- Room and Board: NA
Student Completion (July 1, 2011- June 31, 2012)*
- Students completing with loan debt - Carroll does not offer student loans.
Program Completion Time
- Typical completion time: 18 months
- Student completion within typical time frame*
- Percentage completing within the normal time frame*
- Program completer job placement rate - In compliance with federal guidelines, job placement rates will not be reported until a federal methodology is approved.
*In compliance with federal guidelines, for privacy reasons, this is not reported for programs with less than 10 certificate graduates in the reported year.