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Information Communications Technologies (ICT) and Digital Media


There are few industries as dynamic, fluid and exciting as Information Communications Technologies (ICT) and Digital Media. Every technology, industry, and job employs ICT and Digital Media in some fashion. Think of it as encompassing all converging computer, software, design, networking, telecommunications, Internet, programming, and information systems technologies.



Graphic Design is about creativity, communication and craft to tell a story. It is a large, diverse and rewarding field of study with many professional pathways. If you are a creative thinker, have strong communication and problem-solving skills, this may be a profession for you.

Areas of study include print and web design, digital illustration, painting, photography and multimedia. This design discipline is for creative people who want to be financially successful while using their artistic and communicative skills.

The design program at Cuyamaca College develops the skills you need to transition to all levels of professional work, or transfer to a college or university to pursue additional degrees.

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State-of-the-Art Facilities

Cuyamaca College Graphic Design program has three well equipped Mac computer labs and an analog workroom/lab. Our facility is one of the best in San Diego County.

You will be using the most current technology which insures that you will be prepared when entering the professional environment. The Graphic Design department is located in the Business and Technology building.

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Last Updated: 12/01/2018

Contact

Tom Bugzavich
Program Coordinator
Email: tom.bugzavich@gcccd.edu
Office Hours: W • 11a-2p • Room E224
Phone: 619-948-9444

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