With a focus on key graphic design applications - Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign - the Graphic Design Certificate program grounds you in the fundamentals of designing for print and media. Learn to create and manage digital assets, build your portfolio, and launch your work online or in print. You will explore design fundamentals, typography and preparation of files for print or web publishing. This program features industry-active instructors with up-to-date know-how who are passionate about design and teaching.
The GTA is a major hub for a wide array of industries involved in creative work. Small- to medium-sized companies, regardless of their activity, are producing their own graphic design material in-house. This combination of a vibrant service industry and company DIY’ers makes graphic design skills very attractive to employers. Whether you are just starting out, or taking your skills to the next level, this is the program for you.
On completion of the program, you may find employment as a graphic and web designer working with corporations, advertising agencies, media, print and publishing companies, or as a freelance designer.
To receive your certificate: once you have successfully completed all the required courses in this program, please contact The Part-Time School of Media Studies and Information Technology for your certificate.
|Course Name||Course Code||Offered|
|Adobe Illustrator 1||IMAG 133||Fall Winter Summer|
|Adobe InDesign Level 1||IMAG 139||Fall Winter Summer|
|Adobe Photoshop 1||IMAG 132||Fall Winter Summer|
|Advanced Design Portfolio Development||IMAG 140||Winter Summer|
|Desktop Prepress and Print-Product Development||IMAG 137||Winter Summer|
|Typography||IMAG 138||Fall Winter|