Talent in the arts combined with an associate’s degree or short-term certificate in computer graphics can give students the ability to shape a lucrative career in a field they love.
Enterprise State Community College students can pursue a short-term certificate program in computer graphics. Enterprise State Community College’s computer graphic design program uses the latest hardware and Adobe Creative Suite software employed by the industry and gives students relevant training in the technology they’ll use in the real world. The program provides hands-on training in traditional media design and computer media design and gives students the opportunity to build a portfolio of work they can show potential employers.
There are a number of great careers in computer graphics and graphics design students can pursue. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, graphic designers have a median pay of $22.55 per hour and about 3,600 new positions will open in the field within the next decade. Graphic design studies at ESCC may also give students an entry into web development. The BLS reports that web developers have a median pay of $31.23 per hour and new positions in the field are expected to grow by 27 percent within the next decade. There are a variety of other jobs computer graphics students can pursue, including multimedia work for television stations, ad design work, and more.
The computer graphic design program has no prerequisites, but it is highly recommended that students take CG courses in order to get the full benefit from them. After obtaining a short-term certificate in computer graphics, students can later pursue further education at a four-year college or university.
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COMPUTER GRAPHICS GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT DISCLOSURE