The digital design program provides students with a strong fine art and technical foundation in both 2D and 3D design. With an emphasis on computer graphics across multiple software platforms, graduates will be equipped for entry-level positions in entertainment design and for visualization positions in architecture, engineering and the medical fields. These positions include 3D modeler, texture artist, production artist, digital graphics specialist or CAD assistant. Using the guiding artistic concepts and principles learned, students will culminate their studies by creating a professional portfolio. The program is also designed as a gateway to further education and/or specialization in art, architecture and engineering.
Students should work closely with their adviser for proper sequencing of classes in order to complete the program in an expeditious manner. Also take careful notice of course prerequisites (see course descriptions).
For more information about graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program and other important information, visit www.wvc.edu/digitaldesign.
Required courses: Digital Design Certificate of Completion
Offered at Wenatchee campus
(to be taken any time based on availability)
Graduates of the Digital Design program should:
- be equipped for entry-level positions in entertainment design and for visualization positions in architecture, engineering and the medical fields.
- be able to demonstrate software competency in the context of fine art design principles and concepts.
- be able to demonstrate the diligent work ethic, and esprit de corps expected in the design professions.
- be ready to work as collaborative, team-oriented business professionals.