Graphic Design

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Graphic Design


Associate in Applied Science Degree

The Graphic Design program prepares students for entry-level positions as graphic designers, production artists, jr. art directors, web production artists, web site designers, and other entry-level interactive media positions.

Majors can also graduate and transfer to a four year college, university or art school with a portfolio that makes a difference. Students get a personal portfolio review at least twice before graduation. Graphic design courses include constantly advancing technology. Students learn creative problem solving, critical thinking, presentation skills, computer skills and get a real-world experience. Students take foundation courses in art and graphic design and select electives in advertising, magazine production, web-page design, animation, video, television graphics, digital photography, illustration, interior design and more.

Articulation Agreements

Students should check with the Transfer Office about articulation agreements with this program.
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Graphic Design
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Marshall Williams

Student Spotlight

Marshall Williams
Major: Graphic Design

Hometown: Budd Lake
Graphic Design Professor Steve Longo
“I was out in the world dabbling in design and found myself questioning a lot of things. Attending County College of Morris as a graphic design student provided me with a lot of the basics I had been missing. It filled in the gaps and completed the picture. Along with the basics, I learned how to establish effective relationships and fend for myself in the world. My education gave me the foundation to build upon so I could develop a successful and rewarding career in my field.”

Anthony Miller ’08,
A.A.S, Graphic Design

Archive Director for Ron Galella, Ltd, and Photo Archivist for the documentary “Smash His Camera”