These certificates prepare you for careers in electronic publishing or will provide you with additional knowledge and skills to help with career advancement. Employment opportunities are in corporate communication departments, newspapers, and print shops as well as other businesses and industries.
The programs focus on the production of electronically prepared documents, promotional pieces, and reports. Keyboarding proficiency is required.
This certificate curriculum includes many of the courses included in the Associate of Applied Science degree in Graphic Design and credits may be applied toward that degree. CMC also offers a certificate in Web Application .
Students must demonstrate college-level proficiency in reading and writing as prerequisites for courses within this program. Skills in these areas may affect the sequence of courses in which you can enroll and may also extend the time required to complete this program. Graphic Design courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better to move to the next course in sequence or to satisfy graduation requirements. For more details, see the Academic Placement and Testing section.
Graduates of these programs will receive a Certificate of Occupational Proficiency in Graphic Design.
Please see your adviser for a recommended sequence of courses.The Graphic Design I certificate is offered at Roaring Fork Campus - Glenwood Springs/Spring Valley. The Graphic Design II certificate is offered at Roaring Fork Campus - Glenwood Springs/Spring Valley and Summit Campus - Dillon. These certificate programs are not eligible for federal student aid funds.