Design & Graphics Technology prepares students for jobs in the graphic communications industry, including digital and print advertising and marketing; packaging and display; and printing and publishing. Courses of study include graphic design and pre-media technologies.
Students learn how to design and produce effective creative projects using industry standard hardware (MacBook Pro) and software, including Adobe Creative Suite, with an emphasis on understanding best practices for all phases of the design and production process. Students have access to a graphic design studio with a light table and digital displays and printing and finishing equipment, including a state-of-the-art Xerox iGen4 digital press.
Instructors have industry experience and stay up-to-date with software and trends in design. Dunwoody students have won numerous national awards for both design and production over the past decade. Graduates earn an associate of applied science degree. Design & Graphics Technology runs a Print Services Center, which serves both on- and off-campus clients.