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Technology: Graphics and Publishing

Learn to express your creative side with courses focused on computer graphics and multimedia. Become proficient in designing stunning images for web or print pages, or learn the software to upgrade your existing skills in drafting and creating business presentations.

Current Graphics and Publishing Classes

  • Illustrator CC: Level 1

    Illustrator is a powerful vector illustration tool used to create artwork for the Web and print media. Topics: creating and editing shapes, ... More »

  • Illustrator CC: Level 2

    Illustrator is a vector-drawing environment for creating graphics that scale across media. Capture your vision with shapes, color, effects, ... More »

  • InDesign CC

    InDesign is the benchmark tool for producing print-based brochures, flyers, business cards, or newsletters at your home or office. Topics in... More »

  • Photoshop CC: Level 1

    Photoshop offers an impressive array of tools for editing digital photos, scanned photographs and creating photorealistic images. This is an... More »

  • Photoshop CC: Level 2

    This course builds on the basic skills covered in the Photoshop: Level 1 class. Topics: using Adobe Bridge, processing images with camera ra... More »

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Software Training Served as Entry Point for Student’s Digital Career

Former Continuing Ed student Robin Avni cited our software training as a key driver in her career transition from print designer to digital media strategist. Read more. . .

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Follow Dean Janis Machala's lead and start planning ahead now to achieve your key goals in 2014. Read more . . . 

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