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    The Associate of Arts in Graphic Design program offers a variety of courses in the aesthetic, technical, and theoretical aspects of graphic design. Courses are taught in labs with cutting edge technology, and cover the major areas of the graphic design, including illustration, logo design, web design, and animation. Students are prepared to compete in the workforce with skills in conceptual thinking, drawing, color theory, art and design history, as well as knowledge of the computer programs essential to success in the field. The program gives students the opportunity to merge imagination with technique to produce cutting-edge design work.

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