CTE Program: Graphic Design

  • Graphic Design

    • Express your unique vision while mastering the art of design, digital graphics, and photo manipulation 
    • Interpret client needs to deliver dynamic visual communications for student-run businesses and industry partners
    • Showcase your creative design abilities through a professional portfolio of print and digital products
     

    Career Focus

    • Prepared for immediate employment, advanced certifications, and further education
     

    Competitive Advantages

    • Certifications
    • Internships/Scholarships
    • College Credit
     

    Sequence of Courses

     
    Graphic Design (9-12)
    BCHS, BGHS, DVHS, MRHS, SOHS
     
    Dual Enrollment: Availability can vary by campus & instructor
    CIS120DB - Adobe Illustrator (3 credits)
    CIS120DF - Adobe Photoshop (3 credits)
     
    Intermediate Graphic Design (10-12)
    BCHS, BGHS, DVHS, MRHS, SOHS
    Prerequisite: Graphic Design
     
    Dual Enrollment: Availability can vary by campus & instructor.
    CIS138DA - Desktop Design & Publishing using Adobe InDesign (3 credits)
     
    Advanced Graphic Design (11-12)
    BCHS, BGHS, DVHS, MRHS, SOHS
    Prerequisite: Intermediate Graphic Design
     
    CTE Internship (12)
    BCHS, BGHS, DVHS, MRHS, SOHS
    Prerequisite: Intermediate or Advanced Graphic Design (concurrent or previously completed)
     

ADE Graphic Design Standards

Graphic Design Expo 2020

  • Please click on the slide below to review the slide presentation from the High School to Career Expo on October 29, 2020.Graphic Design


Graphic Design Career Tree


Certifications

  • Students have the opportunity to earn industry credentials and dual enrollment college credit through CTE programs.

    Adobe Certification


Student Organization

  • SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. For more information, visit  SkillsUSA and Arizona SkillsUSA.

    SkillsUSA

     

    FBLA brings business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. For more information, visit FBLA and Arizona FBLA.

    FBLA