Program Placement Rate:
Source 2021-22 Dunwoody Career Services Annual Report
Graphic Design & Production
Creativity, application, and theory meet in our Graphic Design & Production program, designed to give you the knowledge and skills needed to be a top designer in a high-demand field.
Job Inquiries Per Graduate
Source 2019-20 Dunwoody Career Services Annual Report
Class topics include:
- Color Theory and Color Management
- Design for Print
- Web Design
- Packaging Design
To view program requirements, including required courses, electives, course descriptions, and credit hours, visit:
Recent Employers of Graduates
Companies that hire our graduates include:
- U.S. Bank
Common Job Titles
Possible job titles upon graduation include:
- Graphic Designer
- Production Artist
- Production Designer
- Web Designer
- Art Director
Academic Excellence Award Winner Yengkong Thao
Yengkong Thao’s interest in graphic design was sparked by chance. After a meeting with his guidance counselor at Wausau East High School in Wisconsin, Thao found out he had a gap in his class schedule that needed to be filled.
An artist at heart, Thao’s counselor encouraged him to consider taking a Graphics Communications elective.
“I always wanted to become an artist, and she told me that graphic design was at least somewhat related to art,” Thao said.
Graphic Design Studio
Conceptualize, design, and share feedback on graphic design projects.
- External monitors for each student laptop
Printing, Finishing, and Packaging Lab
Bring digital designs to life by printing different types of projects on a wide variety of substrates. Learn quality control of print projects and various finishing techniques.
- Digital press
- Wide format printer
Create products, prototypes, and projects by using computer-aided design tools and then producing them in cardboard, plywood, plastic, and other materials.
- 2 laser cutters
- Stratsys 3D printer
- 3-axis CNS router, belt sanders, scroll saws, drills, wire cutters
- Spray booth with utility sink