The Graphic Communications program prepares students for careers in visual communications.
Why Study Graphic Communications as CSN?
Students learn about the concepts, terminology, and tools used in the field, along with the fundamentals of design, critical and conceptual thinking, and visual communication theory. The program meets all industry standards and continuously evolves to keep up with ever-changing technology.
The Student Experience
The Graphic Communications Program at CSN has been created with the aim of providing students with knowledge, critical thinking, and functional skills to be prepared for today’s workforce. Students practice in both conceptual and practical work, as well as in realistic industry-related work.
Implementing industry practices, standards and trends is a vital aspect of creating future professionals. At the College of Southern Nevada, students are exposed to all of these. With instructors that are active outside of the academic world, future designers get a grasp of the demands, challenges, and rewards of a career in the field of design.
In addition to talented faculty, students at CSN have access to the latest software, equipment and facilities. This ensures that upon graduation, you can hit the ground running.
This degree is directed toward designing, producing, and assembling digital assets into professional communications and deliverables. Graphic Designers may design identity and collateral materials (like logos, brochures, advertising materials) or layouts for print or web publications.
This degree is directed toward designing, producing, and assembling digital assets into professional communications and deliverables. The Web Designer creates graphics, presentations (some interactive), web pages targeted for viewing on a screen.